Christi Kobus Rokicki joined The Land Conservancy of New Jersey in 2012 as Development Director.  Christi’s mission is to grow resources and revenue to support all of The Conservancy’s goals, working closely with the President and Board of Trustees.  Her special focus is Major Gifts.

Christi has spent her career in the nonprofit world working for a variety of health and human service organizations, including the United Way and the American Red Cross.  Prior to joining The Conservancy Christi was Executive Director of the New Jersey Chapter of The Huntington’s Disease Society of America.  She currently still serves as Vice President of the Board of NJ Cure HD.

Christi has also volunteered for many local organizations including Morris Arts, Children on the Green, and the College of Saint Elizabeth.

Christi earned a BA with Highest Honors from the College of Saint Elizabeth, a Master of Administrative Science in Non-Profit Management from Fairleigh Dickinson University, and a certificate in Nonprofit Financial Management from Seton Hall University.

Christi is a Certified Volunteer Administrator certified by The Council for Certification in Volunteer Administration.

“Getting to meet the members and donors who make our work possible is the most rewarding part of my job.” 

Christi’s favorite acre:  The Pompton Riverwalk – “As someone who has been involved in disaster relief, I find our participation in the Pompton Riverwalk Buyout Project to be some of our most inspiring work.” 

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