Christina has worked in the field of higher education for twenty years and has amassed experience across a wide variety of departments including academic advising, enrollment management, financial aid, teaching, and leadership. Prior to joining EAB in 2017, she managed a college access and success program that supported adult learners. The success of the students in this program led to her dissertation research on the role of holistic advising in the persistence of low-income community college students.
In her role at EAB, Dr. Hubbard focuses her research on best practices within community colleges. She is a frequent presenter on topics such as post-traditional learners, part-time learners, supporting underrepresented students in higher education, and academic advising in colleges and universities. Her passion for seeing all students reach their fullest potential informs her service to serving colleges and their students.
Christina holds a Ph.D. in Education from George Mason University, where she published her dissertation research on the role of holistic advising on the persistence of low-income adult community college students. She holds a Master of Education in Student Affairs from Regent University and a Certificate in College Counseling from UCLA Extension.