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Christine developed an interest in working with people living with dementia and their care partners at the young age of 15. She supported that passion through volunteer work, formal education, and my professional career. In 2003, Christine earned a bachelor’s degree in Health Administration at Auburn University and graduated from Troy University with a master’s degree in Counseling. She currently hold a Society of Certified Senior Advisors designation; am a member of the National Board of Certified Counselors. In addition to working with PAC, Christine is the director for REACH Community Respite Ministry in Auburn, Alabama which is part of the Respite For All Foundation (RespiteForAll.org). REACH stands for: Refresh . Encourage . Activities . Care , Hope . The vision of REACH is to create a community of hope that embraces the needs of people living with dementia and the loved ones who care for them. REACH develops and deploys well trained volunteers who meet friends where they are and are intentionally present with them in the moment. Christine and her husband Billy have two young children, Emma and Christopher.