Christian Starling
Title(s)
Director of Online Learning
Director Emeritus, SEGL Summer Institute
Teaches
Integrity 101/202: Ethics & Leadership Online
Ethics & Leadership
Education
MEd, Lesley University
BA, Harvard University
Bio

Christian Starling is a graduate of Harvard University, where he earned a degree in Social Anthropology and a secondary certification in Visual and Environmental Studies. At Harvard, he spent most of his time focused on social justice work, in both volunteer and full-time employment positions year-round. He divided up his time as a director, elected officer, and student trustee at the Phillips Brooks House Association (PBHA), the nation’s largest student-run social justice and non-profit organization. Additionally, he worked as a recruitment intern for the Boston-based non-profit Artists for Humanity. In his recent tenure as a Citizen Schools National Teaching Fellow, he was leader of his campus’s Eighth Grade Academy and college and career prep curriculum lead in Charlotte, North Carolina. Christian grew up in Detroit, Michigan, where he served as Student Council President at the University Liggett School and was a Skillman Scholar.

Christian was a 2012-3 recipient of a grant from the Gray Pedersen Fund for Teaching Excellence.  His grant enabled him to attend an AP English workshop; as a result, he is now certified by the College Board to teach AP English.