Program Officer, National Leadership and Education
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Christina Carter-Grant serves as the Program Officer for National Leadership and Education at the Center for Community Progress (Community Progress), America’s nonprofit leader for turning “Vacant Spaces into Vibrant Places.”
Carter-Grant’s background in community development and community engagement ties closely with her role in helping to implement and grow Community Progress’ educational programs, which includes place-based trainings, webinars, peer-to-peer learning exchanges, and conferences.
Prior to joining Community Progress, Carter-Grant worked as an Analyst for Krambo Corporation where she assisted in mortgage securitization for Habitat for Humanity affiliates nationwide. She has also served as a Grants Management Intern with the Michigan Suburbs Alliance where she aided in the early stage development of a research tool that would identify and evaluate potential funding opportunities for Metro Detroit communities.
Carter-Grant is currently an MBA Candidate at Babson College. She received her Master of Urban Planning degree from the University of Michigan with a focus in Housing and Community Development. She also holds a Bachelor’s degree in American Culture from the University of Michigan. She is a native of Detroit, Michigan, and currently resides in Miami, Florida.