As a member of the Talent Development team, Christina supports the success of the CCI Consulting practice by specializing in the design and execution of strategies to develop workplace performance from the C-suite to the frontline. Known for her ability to meet objectives by applying adult learning principles and proven methods across multiple modalities, Christina has a demonstrated ability to work effectively with people at all levels of an organization while achieving program goals.
Prior to joining CCI, Christina’s extensive background in learning principles and design has included: e-learning course customization & facilitation, teaching in both synchronous & asynchronous learning environments, and work as a facilitator in the education technology sector- including the fields of mathematics-based Spatial-Temporal reasoning, and cloud-based literacy development.
Christina holds a master’s degree in education from Mercy College, and a bachelor’s degree in psychology and business from Muhlenberg College. Further, she has completed an innovative Technology Entrepreneurship MOOC from Stanford University. In addition to her credentials, Christina is a visiting team member of the Middle States Association Commission on Elementary & Secondary Schools. She continues seasonally as a course designer and instructor of Academic Writing for Duke University’s Talent Identification program, and is a freelance writer for Infobase Publishing: a Manhattan-based American publisher geared towards the North American library, secondary school, and university-level curriculum markets.