Christine Alberga, Institute Manager, came to Neukom during the summer of 2016. Before joining Dartmouth Christine developed the first offices for the Central Caribbean Marine Institute in Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands as well as successfully implemented their Legacy Campaign to build the Little Cayman Research Centre. She then managed the office of the Cayman Islands Information & Communications Technology Authority, an independent regulatory body for the Cayman Islands Government. She established efficient policies and procedures for the handling of complaints, monitored compliance of the ICT sector, prepared both statistical and textual material for statutory reporting to Government, and liaised with the Auditor General's office.
After 12 years in the Caribbean she returned home to New England joining the Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) headquartered in Cambridge, MA., a national science based advocacy organization. She innovated the administration and support of their Executive Department, liaised with the White House, EPA, and DOE on the organizations research and reporting on behalf of the UCS President and Executive Director.
Christine earned her undergraduate degree in Biology and Environmental Science from Jacksonville University, Jacksonville, FL.
Last Updated: 11/15/16