DTS Owner and CEO will receive the Quinnipiac Chamber of Commerce's Community Impact Award. This recognition will be presented at the Women's Achievement Awards on October 26th, and highlight the accomplishments of women in business. "This is a shock," commented Mansfield. "We remain inspired by so many in our community. I'm fortunate to help employees every day in our clients, large and small, to build skills and navigate the changing technologies in our business world -- and also have the flexibility to help in the community."
Christine proudly serves on the Chamber board, chairs the Government Affairs committee and enjoys resucitating the QShow, showcasing state legislative discussions. In addition to her Chamber return, Mansfield co-chairs the Town's 350th Jubilee Committee, serves on the Wallingford Community Theatre board, chairs the Sheehan Parent Teacher Association and was former chair and board member at Holy Trinity School. She is an active parishoner at Most Holy Trinity Church, serving on the parish council, lector ministry and co-founder of the Mission Possible ministry, serving those in need. Mansfield participates on many community and school fundraising and event committees, strategic planning forums and business/ community speaking engagements. "What a humbling honor to even be considered. I remain blessed and proud to serve side by side with so many dynamic and caring individuals in the Chamber membership and our Wallingford community," commented Mansfield.