Education Programs Manager
Location: Robinson, Suite 7800
Christina DiTerlizzi received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Liberal Studies with a Minor in Education from Curry College in 2008. She then worked within the administration field in early education for six years before joining the Alzheimer’s disease Center in January of 2014.
Christina serves as the Education Programs Manager for the BU ADC Education Core. She manages all professional and community-based education activities, research tasks, and administrative activities for the Boston University Alzheimer’s Disease Center (BU-ADC) Education and Outreach Core including: Managing the ADC website, social media, production of print and web marketing and communications, and preparing the biannual ADC Bulletin. Christina coordinates and manages both the ADC PAIRS Program and the T32 Post-Doctoral Training Program in Translational Alzheimer’s Disease Research. She assists with planning and coordination of a Continuing Medical Education course and a thank-you brunch for our research participants. Christina oversees coordination and evaluation of the ADC lecture series and conducts outreach with the BU-ADC Community Action Council and a variety of other organizations/coalitions to generate innovative and novel recruitment opportunities/strategies.