Special Projects Manager
As ARtGlass’s Special Project Manager, Christine contributes to various initiatives within the company, from composing press releases and contracts to overseeing the website and creating project memos. She also functions as a crucial aid to CEO Greg Werkheiser.
Christine brought to ARtGlass years of expertise in the cultural heritage sector. Besides her commitment to ARtGlass, she also holds the position of Special Project Manager at Cultural Heritage Partners, PLLC (CHP), participating in client-oriented projects spanning tribal and preservation practice domains. Her previous role included serving on the Government Relations and Policy team at the National Trust for Historic Preservation. With a rich background in public policy, fundraising, history, museums, and project management, Christine is a passionate advocate for historic preservation and cultural heritage.
She holds a BA in History, Classics, and Religion from Gettysburg College and an MA in Museum Studies from The Cooperstown Graduate Program (CGP), SUNY Oneonta. Post graduation, Christine was a part of the National Trust for Historic Preservation for over five years, initially as part of the Individual Giving team, later transitioning to the Government Relations and Policy team. She is presently enrolled in her second MA program in World Heritage Studies at Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus – Senftenberg.
When not immersed in her work, Christine takes pleasure in visiting national parks and cultural sites, sampling a range of unique gins, planning her next adventure with her husband, and spending quality time with her adorable Samoyed, Cleo.