Christine Ravesi-Weinstein currently serves as a high school Assistant Principal in Massachusetts, USA and previously worked as a high school science department chair for four years and classroom teacher for 15. Diagnosed with anxiety and depression at 23, Christine began her journey towards mental wellness. She began a non-profit organization in June of 2017 aimed at removing the stigma of mental illness and promoting physical activity as a means to cope with anxiety.
As an avid writer and educator, Christine became passionate about bridging the two with her advocacy for mental health. Since March of 2019, she has had numerous nationally published articles including the number one most read article of 2019 on eSchool News (she also had the number six and eight most read articles in that year). She has also published articles with District Administration, the Teach Better Team, Tech & Learning, SmartBrief, and Edutopia.
Christine has presented at numerous national conferences including ASCD CEL 2019, Empower20 (selected), ASCD CTE 2020 (selected), Tech & Learning 2020 Virtual Leadership Summit, the 2020 ASCD Virtual Conference, ESEA 2021 National Conference, FETC 2022/2023 and has provided professional development for educators in various districts. Christine is an MASCD Board Member, CEO of The Runner's High Publishing, author of the books Anxious: How to Advocate for Students with Anxiety Because What if it Turns out Right? (Times10, March 2020) and Finding Your Way...Your Way (The Runner's High, August 2023). Follow her work on Twitter @TRH_Publishing and @RavesiWeinstein and on YouTube at http://bit.ly/TheRunnersHigh.
Sun Chronicle 20 Under 40 / 2018
Christine was named one of the 20 most aspiring
and outstanding leaders under the age of 40 in the
greater Attleboro, MA communities.