Mrs. Crawford resides in Towson, Maryland (Stoneleigh) and graduated with a Bachelors of Science degree in Education, from St. Bonaventure University, Olean, New York. Christine is married with a daughter and is a grandmother to two grandsons.
With nine years in the industry and serving as the Vice-President of the Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce, Christine works to serve a diverse audience of citizens throughout Baltimore County, providing leadership and resources. Therefore, her involvement in boards and professional/community organization is diverse, including the following: a Board Member of the Baltimore County Public Library Foundation and the Baltimore Pump Out Clean Water initiative, member of Walters Art Museum and Baltimore Heritage, Inc., panelist/guest speaker at Women of Baltimore (WEB), Notary Public, State of Maryland and Towson Chamber of Commerce – former member of Board of Directors, the Executive Committee, Membership Committee, Special Events Steering Committee and a former member of the Greater Baltimore Committee (GBC) serving in the area of Hospitality and Tourism Council.
“Our children and young adults deserve a quality education since it is the richest, healthiest gift that parents, grandparents, corporate leaders, community leaders/residents and educators in Baltimore County can offer them, stated Mrs. Crawford. I believe in and am committed to the mission of the Foundation to provide financial resources to supplement the school system’s budget by building awareness in the community to fund activities and programs that align with Baltimore County Public Schools’ vision of a successful and bright future for every student. The strength of Baltimore County, as well as the state of Maryland, is dependent on our children’s solid success during their most formidable years.”
The Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce is a member-driven, member-supported organization that Christine is proud to serve as the Vice-President. The chamber has been the voice of business in Baltimore County since 1966 with its mission being to promote, grow and sustain a diverse and healthy business community that will enrich the quality of life and enhance prosperity in the Baltimore region. As a long-standing community partner, the chamber ensures the county maintains a healthy business climate, a well-trained and education workforce, quality schools and safe neighborhoods for the future of our community. With more than 425 members of small to large businesses and organizations, they have a vested interest in the economic vitality of Baltimore County and the region.