Kristine is a seasoned leader with over two decades of experience in global, community, and foundation development. She joins the Camber team as Chief Development Resource Advisor to continue to forge strategic partnerships with key stakeholders, including small businesses, corporations, and nonprofits in the outdoor recreation economy.

With her unwavering passion for social impact, equity, and inclusion, she has dedicated her career to making a positive difference in the world. Kristine previously served as Vice President of Development, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at the National Interscholastic Cycling Association (NICA) where she successfully spearheaded numerous initiatives and projects that have transformed communities and empowered individuals. Her deep understanding of diverse cultures, coupled with her exceptional leadership skills, has enabled her to drive meaningful change. 

In addition to her remarkable achievements in community development, Kristine has also made significant contributions to the field of philanthropy. Through her extensive experience in foundation development, she has successfully secured substantial funding and resources for impactful projects, enabling organizations to scale their efforts and make a lasting difference.

With an unwavering commitment to creating a better future, Kristine continues to drive transformative change by leveraging her vast experience, knowledge, and passion for social impact, equity, and inclusion. Kristine holds a Bachelor of Arts and Science from Bowling Green State University, focusing on English/Native American Literature and Political Science.  She’s also a proud member of the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina.  Her leadership serves as an inspiration to others, motivating them to join the movement towards a more equitable and inclusive society.