Christina Richter

The nursing cap was first worn in the 1800s by Florence Nightingale. It quickly became the symbol around the world of” providing help and service to those in need.” Just as Nightingale became know as the “The Lady with the Lamp,” Christina is a dedicated, non-profit thought leader with over 25 years experience. She offers a dedicated light of service, guidance, and solutions to all her clients. Armed with her ability to see the big picture, build relationships, her skills build long-term solutions that build healthy results.

Service-above-self. Community advocate and volunteer. Marathon runner with a purpose to change lives. Lover of the beach, nature, biking and kayaking. Always has a stack of books. Still listens to record albums. Trying her hand at learning to play the piano—“take each day with gratitude to learn something new.”

Christina is currently the Chief Development Officer of the Philadelphia Police Athletic League. She is a former consultant with Dunleavy and Associates with a diverse and strong advancement and leadership background in sectors such as healthcare, higher education, the arts, the environment, and social services. She has implemented and led capital campaigns, major gift strategies, grants, special events, annual fund. She is very relationship focused in her approaches.

Christina has a B.A. from Clarion University in Communications, and a M.A. from Point Park University in Marketing Communications.
She also serves on the Board of Directors of Jewish Family Services of Delaware and the Mary Campbell Center, a residential center for people with disabilities.

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