Christine Wolff-Eisenberg is a Senior Learning Specialist at The Hope Center for College, Community, and Justice. Christine has collaborated with higher education institutions, associations, and funders over the past decade to examine and support the practices and preferences of students, faculty, and staff. In recent years, she has led several major initiatives on student basic needs, including large-scale studies documenting levels of insecurity and national surveys of leadership perspectives. She has also brought institutions together to design and implement new services to address unmet student basic needs. Her work has received coverage in The Chronicle of Higher Education, Inside Higher Ed, Diverse Issues in Higher Education, The Hechinger Report, and Community College Daily.
Christine comes to The Hope Center from Ithaka S+R where she led a team of researchers in studying student and faculty needs, academic support services, and organizational leadership in collaboration with higher education institutions across the country and globe. Previously she supported assessment and statistical reporting initiatives at Rutgers University. She holds a bachelor of arts in industrial/organizational psychology and a master’s in human resource management.
Christine’s hope: We will redefine institutional success to center the lived experiences, challenges, and talents of today’s students