Christie joined Ceres in 2016 as an assistant focused on food and capital markets. In this role, she provides research support on commodities associated with deforestation and illegal fishing, and administrative and logistical support for Ceres staff.
Prior to joining Ceres as a full-time employee, Christie was a policy intern at Ceres. She has previously worked for the National Park Service conducting research for the Climate Friendly Parks program as well as the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection’s electronic waste division.
Christie received her B.A. in political science with a minor in geological sciences from Boston College where she was also a teaching assistant for two undergraduate courses and resident assistant for the sustainability housing program.