Data Trust Program Officer
Christina currently serves as the Data Trust Program Officer for the OA eBook Usage Data Trust project having previously served as Educopia’s Director of Strategic Initiatives (2015-2017). Affiliated with Educopia since 2012, Christina has worked to develop capacity-building resources for Educopia’s affiliated communities while managing efforts relating to digital preservation [Identifying Continuing Opportunities for National Collaboration (ICONC), Chrysalis – Opportunities for New Types of Research Alliances], cultural heritage workforce and leadership development [NEXUS: Leading Across Boundaries, Mapping the Landscapes, Coalition to Advance Learning National Agenda Development], and data analytics [Developing a Pilot Data Trust for Open Access eBook Usage].
Now a senior leader experienced in developing data policy, strategic partnerships and extramural funding, Christina began her career working in software as a service development pertaining to back-office supply-chain logistics, government e-records management, enterprise technology planning, and nonprofit capacity-building. Christina is certified in Design Thinking by IDEO and as an Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US) by the International Association of Privacy Professionals. She holds an M.A. in International Science and Technology Policy from George Washington University, a Certificate in International Business from the University of Washington, and a data-analytics focused B.S. with Honors in Criminal Justice and Psychology from The Ohio State University.
She currently serves as Co-Chair for the Professionalizing Data Stewardship Interest Group of the Research Data Alliance, sits on the Advisory Board for the Association of Rural and Small Library Leadership Institute, and serves on the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission’s Data Policy Needs Survey and Toolkit working group.