The diverse and exciting course electives allowed Kristine to customize her career path to exactly what she envisioned. Numerous internship opportunities, specialized coursework and the ability to work in a hands-on environment, helped further nourish her knowledge and build Kristine's success in her specialized field.
Rider’s impact on Kristine’s career
As an undergraduate, Kristine was unsure of where her Rider education was going to take her in terms of finding the perfect career path. That was until her senior year when she started her internship at Princeton Child Development Institute where she would further enhance her knowledge in special education by working closely with children with autism. Her internship would eventually guide her into becoming a CEO and President of her own special education non-profit, Potential Inc.
As an undergraduate Psychology major at Rider, I was not sure what career path I would take. Thankfully, Rider offered internships in my senior year and that changed everything.”
Kristine Quinby '95
President and CEO of Potential, Inc.
Kristine is the current CEO and President of Potential, Inc., a program that aids children and adults with autism. Her organization helps individuals with autism reach their full educational, social and emotional potential through their specialized techniques and methods.