Christine was born in Brooklyn NY, arrived in Vermont in 1967 to attend Bennington College, and since then has never left. Most of her work life has been as a consultant, coach, and trainer for nonprofit organizations, and along the way she has also raised goats and children, founded and managed an orchestra, dreamed up and started several Vermont organizations including the Governor’s Institutes, and worked in college administration, conservation, and K-12 curriculum programs. She got involved with PTV and with Paul Bruhn in the late eighties, served a term on the board at that time, and was part of the exhilarating work of securing and launching the Grand Isle Lake House. Over the years she has assisted innumerable PTV projects through the Sincerbeaux program, served as visiting teacher for the UVM Historic Preservation Program, and spent nearly a decade as volunteer manager of the Left Bank, the 1865 bank and now community center in the historic district of North Bennington. She rejoined the board in 2021 after a 30-year official hiatus despite PTV always being part of her life. She splits her time between Burlington and North Bennington.