Director of the Rhode Island Research to Practice Network for the EdResearch for Recovery Project, where she leads a network of school districts working to implement evidence-based programs and engage in continuous improvement.. Prior to joining Annenberg, she served as the Assistant Director of Academic Support and Development in the Education Department at Brown University. In this role, she developed and promoted instructional excellence in the quantitative analysis courses, led classes on application of quantitative skills, and collaborated with faculty members to create customized curriculum for a diverse group of learners. She also facilitated master’s students’ nine-month internships and formed service-learning partnerships between students and education organizations. Christina came to Brown after four years of teaching high school mathematics in Central Falls, RI.
Christina holds an M.A. in Urban Education Policy from Brown University and a B.A. in Economics and minor in Public Policy from University of California, Berkeley.