Christina Redmond Daulton
National Congress of American Indians
Christina joined the Policy Research Center in August 2008. For more than a decade, she was a researcher and policy analyst on higher education issues, mainly focusing on access and equity issues, including the contributions of tribal colleges and universities to their communities. Prior to joining NCAI, Christina worked for the Institute for Higher Education Policy and the National Association of College and University Business Officers. She brings strong research skills from both her academic training and work experience, and has written a number of publications for both organizational members and policymakers to use as tools for advocacy and program development. Christina supports a number of PRC projects and works directly with tribal leaders and their communities in providing the data and tools needed to empower their communities in shaping their own future. Christina is originally from Passaic, New Jersey, and earned a Bachelor's degree in English Education from the University of Delaware and a Master's degree in American Studies from The George Washington University.