As DTS' CEO, Christine Mansfield remains an active, award-winning leader in the community as technology consultant, community board member and former elected official. Mansfield remains an advocate of pro-business and pro- job growth legislation and proactive, sustained investment in workforce development and organizational development.
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Whether a keynote speech or a business expo speaker, Christine revels on the presentation stage. As a published author of a Technology Etiquette book, Mansfield has presented many client presentations, webinars, lunch and learns, and expo panel sessions, including the CT Expo. She has also enjoyed speaking on a variety of business, management, education, training and motivational topics.
With consensus building and negotiations skills in tow, Mansfield served in 2013 - 2015 on the Wallingford Town Council, and in 2011 on the Town of Wallingford Board of Education.
Advocated for pro-business, pro-jobs issues at Hartford as former Co-chairwomen of the Chamber Legislative Committee and spearheading jobs rally, candidate forums and active testimony on key legislative issues.
Active in her parish community. Christine helped to organize Most Holy Trinity Church's first mission trip in August 2015. Leading over 100 volunteers, her efforts helped to raise over $14k and send a team of 12 to Appalachia to help restore a school.
Captured the Hartford Business Journal’s Remarkable Women in Business, Quinnipiac Chamber’s Small Business “QStar Award” and was nominated for the Athena Women in Business Award and a finalist in the CT Technology Council’s Women of Business and Innovation.
Serves on numerous community boards, committees and Strategic Planning events, including past members on the Quinnipiac Chamber of Commerce board of directors and Legislative Committee. She currently sits on the board for the Wallingford Community Theatre and Center for the Arts, past Chairwoman and board member of Holy Trinity School, and Parish councilmember and lector at Most Holy Trinity Church, and former youth soccer coach.
Christine has appeared on local Cable TV access shows, relaunching the Chamber’s “QShow”, and guest panelist on the "Citizen Mike Show" and "Bobby O Show".