Her primary research interests lie at the intersection of political behavior and psychology, race and ethnic politics, and poverty. A second stream of research specifically focuses on gender & politics and millenial voters. Her work focuses on the effects of poverty and inequality on political efficacy and civic and political participation. My teaching interests include Black politics, American Politics, Poverty and Inequality, and Quantitative Methodology.
Christine is a recipient of the Ford Foundation Pre-Doctoral Fellowship (2016) and the American Political Science Association Minority Fellowship (2016). She has presented research at several national, regional, and sub-field specifc academic conferences. She also is a Graduate Research Assistant for the 2016 Collaborative Multiracial Post-Election Survey. Christine holds a Master's of Arts in Political Science from UCLA.
At Spelman College, she studied Political Science and Comparative Women's Studies graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in 2015. She is a former UNCF/Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellow.