Christi Kobus Rokicki is a skilled non-profit professional with 20 years of experience in the sector. Christi has spent her career working for some of the nation’s leading health and human service organizations including United Way, American Red Cross and the Huntington’s Disease Society of America. During her tenure with the Red Cross, she worked on national disaster relief operations, including 9/11 and Hurricanes Floyd and Katrina. She currently works as the Director of Development for The Land Conservancy of New Jersey where she oversees all of their fundraising and communications programs.
An eternal volunteer, she has had the good fortune of working with a multitude of local agencies as well as her alma mater. She is presently serving as the Vice President of the Board of Directors for NJ Cure HD and is a member of the Lakeland Hills YMCA Parent Advisory Committee.
Christi earned a BA with Highest Honors from the College of Saint Elizabeth, a Master of Administrative Science (MAS) from Fairleigh Dickinson University, and a certificate in Nonprofit Financial Management from Seton Hall University. Christi is a Certified Volunteer Administrator certified by The Council for Certification in Volunteer Administration. She is the recipient of the American Red Cross Presidential Scholars Award and a LEAD NJ Fellow, Class of 2015.
Class was great. No information overload yet a lot learned.