Krista Hendrickson

Director of Lifelong Learning (she/her/hers)

Krista is a New Jersey native and holds a BA in communications and writing arts from Rowan University and a master of education in student affairs from the University of South Florida. Prior to joining the Center for Modern Aging Princeton (CMAP) team, Krista worked as the coordinator for orientation programs at Montclair State University and as area coordinator for residential learning at Northeastern University. Krista is one of the creative engines behind PSRC’s robust lifelong learning program, from managing the administrative process behind Evergreen Forum to planning and implementing a variety of engaging lifelong learning programs in three distinct modalities, in-person, virtual, and hybrid. Krista is an avid writer and enjoys pickleball and hanging with her beautiful rescue dog, Bergen. Krista has a twin sister, though quick to point out that they look nothing alike. “The best part of my job,” Krista notes, “is creating programming that brings people together.” In retirement, Krista hopes to be teaching for Evergreen Forum and would instruct her future, retired self to “keep expanding your horizons – trying new things and new experiences!”



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