"It was through Christine's effective facilitation skills and creative thinking that we were able to construct a logical road map that will guide us through the next three years."

Vicki Briggs
Beacon of Hope Community Services

 

"As a result of her diligent work, she crafted a comprehensive plan to connect with our community that enabled us to launch & complete a successful capital campaign."

Michael Andrade, President & CEO
The Arc of Bristol County

 

"She is insightful and well versed in the operation, function and needs of not-for-profit organizations."

Ed Porter, Executive Director
The United Arc.

 

"Eighteen months after the completion of the process, I can say with confidence that our plan has kept the organization focused on our goals and our future."

Mary Heafy, President and CEO
The Arc of Opportunity in North Central Massachusetts, Inc.

 

"Her planning and facilitating skills were well suited to our needs."

Barbara S. Hochberg
Executive Director
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Berkshire Community College

 

"She is very engaging in her presentation and was wonderful at soliciting input from all participants."

Amy Gleason, BS
Director, Life Enrichment
Riverside Industries, Inc.

 

"Christine Singer is a professional who knows how to make everyone feel comfortable, respected and engaged."

Gary H. Blumenthal
President and CEO
Association of Developmental Disabilities Providers

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Christine Singer, President

Christine Singer has more than 30 years of leadership experience in non-profit management, organizational development and workforce development. She holds a masters degree in education from the University of Massachusetts and a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology and child development from Connecticut College. She co-authored a training monograph entitled "Non-Aversive Alternatives to Behavior Management" and has received numerous awards for professional and volunteer leadership activities including:

  • The Commonwealth of Massachusetts for creating community partnerships
  • Berkshire Business and Professional Women, "Woman of Achievement Award"
  • Rotary District 7890 "Service Above Self Award"
  • United Cerebral Palsy's "Mitzi Scelsi Outstanding Employee Recognition Award"
  • Berkshire United Way and Northern Berkshire United Way "Distinguished Volunteer"

Christine provides organizational support to companies across the country, serves as a motivational keynote speaker and conducts supervisory and management training.