Student Affairs Program Specialist
Bio: Christine Gordon is the Center for Entrepreneurship’s Student Affairs Program Specialist. Committed to enhancing the academic experience for students, Christine is involved in collaborative program and project management of curricular and co-curricular entrepreneurial events at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. Christine is the liaison for students enrolled in CFE academic programs and entrepreneurship related student organizations. She assists with managing CFE lecturers, staff, and external program advisors, as well as facilitates marketing and outreach efforts to provide entrepreneurship content.
Christine is CFE’s point person for the launch of Entrepreneurship and Innovation study abroad at NTU in Singapore May/June 2016. CFE’s Entrepreneurs Leadership Program and fall/winter terms of ENTR 407 are other points of her curricular focus.
Christine’s professional background is in education. She holds a Post-Graduate Certificate in Educational Leadership of the International Baccalaureate from Oakland University, Master of Arts in Curriculum and Instruction from San Diego State University, and Bachelors of Science in Education from Eastern Michigan University.
Prior to joining the CFE team, Christine was a classroom teacher in Michigan, Florida, Texas, and California as well as extracurricular coach in art history for the University Interscholastic League and manager of Science Olympiads. Christine also steadfastly served her local communities both home and abroad through a myriad of volunteer efforts, partnerships, and advisory board appointments, the creation and execution of numerous philanthropic events, cross-cultural educational outreach in diplomatic support capacities, and is a well-researched educational advocate.
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