Christina Segura is project manager for Beta by Bellwether. She has more than 15 years of nonprofit experience, including in meeting the needs of all learners, communicating effectively, leading teams, community engagement, and operations.
Prior to Bellwether, Christina served for 11 years as executive director of an early learning program at the National Institutes of Health, where she trained staff on various programs and initiatives to promote cultural inclusion and diverse learning experiences. Christina is also an adjunct professor at Montgomery College where she focuses on promoting student engagement in lifelong learning by connecting course material to broader issues and current events.
Christina holds a bachelor’s degree from Rasmussen College and a master’s degree in early childhood studies – administration, management, and leadership from Walden University.
Why I do this work:
I firmly believe that all children should be allowed to develop the knowledge and skills necessary to achieve their future goals. What fuels my fire is understanding how access and equity positively impact children and families.