Christine Storm serves as the Regional Vice President of Caron Florida.
In this role, Christine is responsible for alumni engagement, donor relationships, leadership of the annual Florida gala, as well as the management and growth of the Florida Advisory Board.
Christine came to Caron in 2004, beginning her career in the Student Assistance Program, providing substance use prevention education and early intervention services for students, parents, and professionals in the Greater Philadelphia Region. She held numerous positions within this department, including regional director of the Philadelphia and Washington, DC territories, overseeing significant growth in public and private school contracts. In 2020, Christine moved to South Florida and took on the position of director of community education. In this role, she focused on delivering education on substance use disorders to a national audience through webinars, media opportunities, and the development of print and social media content.
During a brief hiatus from Caron in 2021, Christine acted as the executive director of a small nonprofit behavioral health coalition in Palm Beach County, Florida. She was responsible for board development, working collaboratively with local and statewide organizations to better serve the community, directing the day-to-day operations, managing and developing staff, assuring high quality care, sound fiscal operations, and maintaining compliance with all related regulatory agencies.
Christine is excited to rejoin Caron and to work closely with Caron Renaissance, Ocean Drive, and the rest of the development team to advance fundraising efforts in the region.
Christine earned a Master of Public Health degree from West Chester University of Pennsylvania and a Bachelor of Science degree in education from the University of Scranton in Pennsylvania.