Christine is a multidisciplinary designer, strategist, and advisor with 15 years of experience helping teams launch, improve, and promote projects and services in the social enterprise and economic development sectors. Currently working with the Innovation & Entrepreneurship team at the World Bank Group, Christine’s expertise includes design thinking and user experience, designing and facilitating participatory events, branding and strategic communications, and developing multimedia campaigns that spark engagement and action. She is also well versed in technology strategy and development, community building, and research, monitoring, and assessment methodologies. Christine enjoys facilitating connections between diverse stakeholder groups and has advised businesses, nonprofits, research centers, development agencies, and governments. She holds an MA in Public Communication from American University in Washington, DC.
New resources, getting it right, and a not-so-new recommendation: Georgia Civil Society 2.0
This summer, TASCHA and Facilitating Change wrapped up work on Georgia Civil Society 2.0, implemented between May 2012 and June 2013. …
Misconceptions and mistakes: What if our approach to technology in libraries, telecenters, and cybercafes is all wrong?
Join the Global Impact Study team at USC’s Annenberg School on Monday, October 7, for a review of what they learned, and to discuss how …
Crisis informatics project featured in Chilean press
Adding to Melody and Maria's update on our crisis informatics project in Chile, I wanted to share this newspaper clip from La Prensa, …