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I make code.

& words.

& art.

Photo credit: Sabah Azam

Christine Bower is a San Francisco-based educator and designer who holds undergraduate degrees in philosophy and creative writing. She earned a master’s degree in digital media art and educational technologies through Harvard’s continuing adult education school while working full-time as a content strategist, graphic designer, and web developer in academic PR.

Powered by caffeine and avocados, she’s obsessed with using technology as a vehicle for telling stories.

As an instructional designer, she specializes in developing online, blended, and in-person courses for adult professionals and global audiences, working closely with high-value stakeholders to ensure trainings and assessments meet meaningful business goals.

Christine has created self-paced online courses for General Assembly, Google, and Facebook, as well as in-person staff trainings at Harvard Business School.


How to write a tutorial

UX of VR Conference, Cascade SF. October 5, 2017.

Why liberal arts majors should work in tech (and why tech companies should hire them)

Women Catalysts Community Lightning Talk. July 12, 2017.