Help us by following and sharing our campaign!

Donate
VOLUNTEER

MEET CHRISTINE BOYLE

Candidate for Pennsylvania State Representative

Growing up in Glenside, PA, Christine moved to Vermont only to return to Glenside in 1977. Christine attended Bishop McDevitt High School in Wyncote, along with her two sisters. She went on to Fordham University, where she graduated with a BA in Public Administration. In 1989. she received her JD from Brooklyn Law School.

Christine first began practicing law as a public defender in Manhattan with the Legal Aid Society. In this position, she protected civil and criminal rights for the indigent residents of Manhattan. She helped clients enroll in drug programs as an alternative to incarceration, reunited families that were separated due to criminal activity, and advocated for clients in the legal systems. It was through this experience that she developed communication skills and realized how important it was to understand and respect all members of our community.

After moving to Haverford Township in 1994, Christine continued practicing law at Marks, O’Neill. O’Brien and Courtney, P.C. in Philadelphia. She concentrated in civil litigation for 10 years. From 2004 to 2014. she worked for McShea and Tecce, concentrating in toxic tort and product liability defense. Presently, Christine is an associate attorney at Reilly, McDevitt, and Henrich, P.C. in downtown Philadelphia continuing civil litigation work.

Throughout her 26 year law career In Philadelphia, Christine also began a family and became involved in the local community. Actively involved in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, she led Pre-Cana classes and served as a Eucharistic Minister at. Saint John Neumann Church. With her children involved in Haverford Township sports, Christine developed relationships with fellow constituents by coaching Coopertown T-Ball, Haverford Township Soccer. and fundraising for Haverford Youth Football.

Her three children attended Saints Colman-John Neumann School in Haverford Township for 9 years. During this time, Christine was elected President of the Home and School Association from 2008 until 2010. Since then, Christine was elected to the Parish Council at Saint John Neumann Church and remains actively involved in the community. At her sons’ high school, Christine served as Chairwoman for the annual fundraiser and volunteered for many community outreach events that stretched throughout the suburban Philadelphia neighborhoods.

Christine has shown both passion and commitment during her law career and community involvement Through such positions and experiences, she has developed the ability to evaluate. negotiate, and discuss whether it be legal issues, personality issues, or professional issues. She has successfully learned how to listen to and understand people, ranging from administrators to parents, as well as corporations and officials. Most importantly, in every role, Christine has been fortunate enough to serve as a voice for others. She will continue such responsibility as Pennsylvania State Representative.

During her free time, Christine enjoys spending time with her husband and three children, students at Penn State and Boston College. This summer, you will (hopefully) be able to find her vacationing on the beaches of Sea Isle City, NJ. Christine encourages you to reach out at christineboyle2020@gmail.com with any questions or concerns.

Help us by following and sharing our campaign!

Donate
VOLUNTEER

MEET CHRISTINE BOYLE

Candidate for Pennsylvania State Representative

Growing up in Glenside, PA, Christine moved to Vermont only to return to Glenside in 1977. Christine attended Bishop McDevitt High School in Wyncote, along with her two sisters. She went on to Fordham University, where she graduated with a BA in Public Administration. In 1989. she received her JD from Brooklyn Law School.

Christine first began practicing law as a public defender in Manhattan with the Legal Aid Society. In this position, she protected civil and criminal rights for the indigent residents of Manhattan. She helped clients enroll in drug programs as an alternative to incarceration, reunited families that were separated due to criminal activity, and advocated for clients in the legal systems. It was through this experience that she developed communication skills and realized how important it was to understand and respect all members of our community.

After moving to Haverford Township in 1994, Christine continued practicing law at Marks, O’Neill. O’Brien and Courtney, P.C. in Philadelphia. She concentrated in civil litigation for 10 years. From 2004 to 2014. she worked for McShea and Tecce, concentrating in toxic tort and product liability defense. Presently, Christine is an associate attorney at Reilly, McDevitt, and Henrich, P.C. in downtown Philadelphia continuing civil litigation work.

Throughout her 26 year law career In Philadelphia, Christine also began a family and became involved in the local community. Actively involved in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, she led Pre-Cana classes and served as a Eucharistic Minister at. Saint John Neumann Church. With her children involved in Haverford Township sports, Christine developed relationships with fellow constituents by coaching Coopertown T-Ball, Haverford Township Soccer. and fundraising for Haverford Youth Football.

Her three children attended Saints Colman-John Neumann School in Haverford Township for 9 years. During this time, Christine was elected President of the Home and School Association from 2008 until 2010. Since then, Christine was elected to the Parish Council at Saint John Neumann Church and remains actively involved in the community. At her sons’ high school, Christine served as Chairwoman for the annual fundraiser and volunteered for many community outreach events that stretched throughout the suburban Philadelphia neighborhoods.

Christine has shown both passion and commitment during her law career and community involvement Through such positions and experiences, she has developed the ability to evaluate. negotiate, and discuss whether it be legal issues, personality issues, or professional issues. She has successfully learned how to listen to and understand people, ranging from administrators to parents, as well as corporations and officials. Most importantly, in every role, Christine has been fortunate enough to serve as a voice for others. She will continue such responsibility as Pennsylvania State Representative.

During her free time, Christine enjoys spending time with her husband and three children, students at Penn State and Boston College. This summer, you will (hopefully) be able to find her vacationing on the beaches of Sea Isle City, NJ. Christine encourages you to reach out at christineboyle2020@gmail.com with any questions or concerns.