Christina Herzog serves as a Senior Analyst and Senior Project Manager for technical assistance projects under contracts with federal agencies. Christina’s expertise lies in developing national technical assistance strategies that effectively blend in-person and virtual training to support the development of strategies to align workforce, education, and economic development efforts. Key areas of subject matter expertise include sector strategies, workforce board development and governance, and apprenticeships.
Since joining Maher & Maher in 2015, she has served as a Senior Analyst for the USDOL ETA Sector Strategies project, as well as the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Implementation and Technical Assistance initiatives focused on State Teams, Strategic Boards, and Governance, and is currently a Senior Project Manager for the Office of Apprenticeship State Apprenticeship Expansion Grant project. She has also worked on a limited basis with the Office of Regional Management, and in Maher’s Regional practice.
Before joining Maher & Maher, she served with the New Jersey State Workforce Investment Board, known as the State Employment and Training Commission (SETC), in projects focusing on State Workforce Alignment, Business Engagement, and Technical Assistance to Local WIBs. Before the SETC she was a Research Project Director at the John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development at Rutgers University, where she provided project management, research, and policy analysis focused on Industry Sector Strategies. Christina has also spent six years in the private sector and taught courses for the Department of Political Science at Washington State University.
Christina has a BA in Politics and Government from the University of Puget Sound, MPA from Portland State University, and Ph.D.(abd) in Politics and Government from Washington State University.
Christina’s office and residence are located in New Jersey.