Prior to working at Boys & Girls Clubs of Western Pennsylvania, Christine was the Robotics Director at the Sarah Heinz House, where she developed and grew the Sarah Heinz House Advanced Robotics Program. She has also worked with the Robotics Academy in developing curriculum, and with the Robomatter as Customer Support. As winner of the 2017 Carnegie Science Award in Leadership, Career and Technical Education, Christine has exposed thousands of local youth to STEM and computer science-related activities. In the past two decades, Christine has had the privilege of chartering internationally competitive robotics teams, growing the region’s involvement in technology education through robotics competitions, and creating caring and equitable environments for all students to learn.
What do you love most about Boys & Girls Clubs of Western Pennsylvania?
“Boys & Girls Clubs of Western Pennsylvania is a place for all students to learn and grow. We are at our best when we can learn and grow through interaction and communication with one another. I get to learn from the students each day as they learn from me. If we can be a learning community, we can do great things.”