Leadership is in Christine’s blood — she was voted “Most Friendly” in high school, and held the Texas state record for Girl Scout Cookie Sales! Since then, Christine has applied her natural leadership talent with a strong work ethic in the real estate and retail marketing industry, serving as an executive in multiple companies before starting her own business. Christine has lead and owned her own companies for more than 20 years, most recently, Delucchi Plus — an award-winning strategic digital communications and marketing agency and the #1 LGBT-owned business in Washington, D.C. in 2016.
After 10 years of growing Delucchi Plus, in 2016 Streetsense acquired the company, and Christine remains a principal, serving as the practice group leader of our branding and engagement teams. In this role, Christine oversees the day-to-day operations and strategy, applying more than 25 years of experience in real estate and retail marketing experience to deliver exceptional results for our clients.
Christine applies the same proven recipes of strategy, planning, and real account management to a wide spectrum of brands and clients. Historically ahead of the technology curve, Christine is also quick to embrace new mediums and methodologies as they emerge and evolve, making Streetsense one of the few agencies that truly consults on the entire customer journey.
Christine owes her success to a rock solid work ethic and persistent emphasis on developing long-term, trust-based relationships. Driven by her love of travel and an innate need to serve others, Christine’s passion is both seeing the world and giving back to it through donations, pro-bono work, and community service — especially for those organizations that support the arts, human rights, the environment, and women’s health.
Outside of work, Christine relaxes with a glass of Willamette Valley Pinot Noir with her wife Martha, or reading a good book. She loves to learn, but has the writing bug, too — she’s convinced she’ll one day add “author” to her resume and certainly has enough stories to fill her first manuscript.
If nothing ever changed, there would be no butterflies.-