Christine A. Moses-Egan
Christine Moses-Egan is SEDL's Director of Communications. Within SEDL's Communications department, she leads a team of seven staff members in external and internal communications efforts that include public relations, marketing resources and services, production of publications, and Web development and design.
Director of Communications
You may contact Christine A. Moses-Egan at 512-391-6538
Before joining SEDL, Ms. Moses-Egan was the Program Outreach Director for the Connecticut Science Center located in Hartford, CT. Her responsibilities included creating and managing educational programming and professional development initiatives for elementary school teachers, creating large educational programs for students and the community, as well as managing partnership relationships for the Center. In addition, she launched the marketing and communications department for the Science Center, which is a start-up operation.
Ms. Moses-Egan's professional experience includes founding and managing her own company Wholly Moses Media & Consulting LLC; directing community affairs at Fox 61-TV, the Hartford Fox affiliate; managing media relations for Trinity College in Hartford; and working in New York City at Ogilvy Adams & Rinehart, the PR firm of Ogilvy & Mather Advertising. In addition, she has three years experience as a classroom teacher.Education
Ms. Moses-Egan graduated from Princeton University with a bachelor's degree in sociology and received her master's degree in public policy from Trinity College in Hartford, CT. SEDL Publications
- Research to Practice: What It Means at the Institute of Education Sciences, SEDL Letter, Volume XXII, Number 2 (2010)
- Professional Development in the Afterschool Environment, SEDL Letter, Volume XX, Number 2 (2008)
Community Service and Professional Memberships
Ms. Moses-Egan has also been honored for her community service by numerous organizations including the Connecticut Education Association, the American Lung Association Connecticut Chapter, Fox 61-TV, the Breaking the Cycle of Teen Pregnancy Program, the Clifford Beers Clinic, Nutmeg Big Brothers Big Sisters, Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, and Literacy Volunteers of Greater Hartford.
Her current community and professional work includes serving as the program director for the Women's Chamber of Commerce of Texas's MAPCON event, and serving as the president of the Princeton Club of Austin. She is also a member of the American Marketing Association's Austin chapter.