Christine has worked in healthcare for 30 years, gaining deep experience in direct patient care, hospital leadership, nonprofit board leadership, and health policy advocacy at the state and federal levels.
She graduated from the University of Vermont and the Yale University School of Medicine PA Program, and has practiced in an academic medical center (both acute and ambulatory settings) for nearly 20 years.
With a desire to help improve healthcare delivery at a systemic level, Christine completed graduate-level certifications in healthcare administration, leadership and management, and professional mediation/conflict management. While serving as a hospital leader with enterprise-wide responsibility, Christine developed a passion for helping other leaders and clinicians maximize their professional and personal potential. This sparked her desire for formal coach training and certification.
Christine is a Certified Professional Coach and graduated from the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC). She was granted the Associate Certified Coach (ACC) credential by the International Coaching Federation (ICF) and is committed to upholding the highest professional and ethical standards in coaching.
As a coach, Christine is passionate about helping mission-driven professionals optimize their performance and personal wellbeing by becoming clear about their core values and mastering prioritization and focus.
In addition to her coaching practice, Christine serves as Immediate Past President of the PA Academy of Vermont, is a consultant on Advanced Practice Provider optimization, and continues to practice clinically in Emergency Medicine.
When not working, you’ll find Christine playing with her dogs, developing plant-based recipes, exploring new places here and abroad, and connecting with friends and family.