Christine Wagner, MPP
As the Senior Research Program Manager, Christine Wagner manages the Protocol for Association Research (PAR) program. In her role, she works with associations to provide a cost-effective and useful research data analysis platform. Christine develops and executes long-term research plans for clients to collect and establish longitudinal data. Additionally, she visualizes the data into a dynamic online platform, creating a custom dashboard for each client integrating survey data with membership and marketing metrics. Christine provides expert consultation, ongoing intelligence, managed research and comparable data to each association.
Christine joined McKinley with an extensive background working with non-profit organizations, having previously worked as a consultant in Chicago where she created, managed and executed projects for a variety of mission-driven organizations around the country. Christine received her bachelor’s degree in history from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and her Master of Public Policy degree with a concentration in social policy and nonprofit policy and management from the University of Michigan.
Originally from the Washington, DC area, Christine attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison where she received a bachelor’s degree in history and ended up staying in the Midwest for the next twelve years. She is excited to return home to live in DC and explore the city and all of its neighborhoods as a new resident!