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Christine DiPasquale

Religion News Association
Interim Director
Christine DiPasquale is a longtime RNA member with a two-decade career as a freelance religion reporter and writer. Her award-winning work has appeared in outlets including Sojourners, Christianity Today, Religion News Service, UrbanFaith, HuffPost, and Jersey Shore Patch. She got her start as an intern on America’s longest running public television broadcast, "The Open Mind." As the digital revolution transformed the way news was produced and consumed, Christine transitioned from print to multimedia journalism and then into a dynamic nonprofit program manager, helping to develop and oversee an expanding portfolio of projects for an innovative program of dialogue between scientists and religious communities at the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Among those projects was Science for Religion Reporters, which brought programming to RNA’s 2015–2017 conferences and sponsored an annual contest that provided support for religion journalists to attend AAAS’ annual meeting. Christine lives in New York City and is cofounder of the Black Friday College Fund. She holds a bachelor's degree in journalism and media studies from Rutgers University School of Communication and Information and a master of fine arts degree in visual narrative from the School of Visual Arts.
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