Vice President of Development
Christine Domenech is Vice President of Development at the Claremont Institute.
Ms. Domenech has spent the past decade in the field of nonprofit fundraising. She comes to Claremont from FreedomWorks, a free-market grassroots organization with an activist network of nearly 7 million Americans. She has also held development positions at Americans United for Life and The Fund for American Studies.
Christine attended The College of New Jersey on a full academic scholarship, receiving a B.A., cum laude, with a concentration in publishing that combined an emphasis on both technical writing skills and marketing acumen.
A New Jersey native, Christine now resides in the heart of Washington, DC. Her claims to fame include getting the highest women's score while shooting sporting clays with former Texas Governor Rick Perry and cooking dinners for two former House Speakers, a governor, multiple presidential candidates, and non-profit leaders.