Christine Wolff-Eisenberg serves as Director of Development at Achieving the Dream. In this role, she builds relationships and strategy to support key fundraising priorities and opportunities. She brings to Achieving the Dream more than a decade of experience leading teams and portfolios of work that examine and support the practices and preferences of today’s college students, faculty, and staff.
Most recently, Christine served as Director of Education Programs at The Hope Center, where she designed and scaled a capacity-building technical assistance portfolio to advance research, policy, and practice on student basic needs. Previously she led a team of researchers at Ithaka S+R in studying student and faculty needs, academic support services, and organizational leadership in collaboration with higher education institutions across the country and globe. Her work is regularly featured and received coverage in The Chronicle of Higher Education, Inside Higher Ed, Diverse Issues in Higher Education, The Hechinger Report, and Community College Daily.
Master of Human Resource Management | Rutgers University
Bachelor of Arts (Industrial/Organizational Psychology) | The College of New Jersey
Director of Education Programs | The Hope Center for College, Community, and Justice
Manager of Surveys and Research | Ithaka S+R
Program Coordinator for Planning and Organizational Research | Rutgers University
How has education changed your life/your family?
Postsecondary education ignited within me a commitment to lifelong learning, curiosity, and growth. I believe that all students deserve this opportunity to grow and thrive and that higher education systems have an opportunity — and a duty — to create practices and policies that make this possible.Email Christine Follow Christine on Twitter