Beverli Christensen grew up in Southern California, attending the University of Cal State Fullerton for accounting. She spent nearly a decade working at a non-profit association for rental housing owners in the public affairs department advocating for the rights of rental housing owners at both the local and state levels. She was instrumental in developing the Public Awareness through Citizen Education program (PACE) in conjunction with the Anaheim Police Department, a course designed to teach citizens about the philosophy, policies, and guiding principles of law enforcement and ethical conduct governing police services in the community. During this time, she also volunteered as a 911 operator for one of the largest police forces in the country.
Beverli now resides in South Windsor, CT, with her husband of 20+ years, Marc, and her two children, Hunter and Tessa. She served six years as the Pack Committee Chair and Den Leader for Cub Scout Pack 886 and served two years as Girl Scout Leader both out of Eli Terry Elementary. She currently works for a fleet leasing company in Farmington supporting several large retail companies nationwide as well as local nonprofit organizations and for-profit businesses. For the past three years Beverli has been actively involved with BTC as the parent liaison and volunteer coordinator for the Nutcracker and Spring productions. She enjoys working with kids and taking an active role in the development of the family-friendly and encouragement-filled dance environment that BTC provides as well as the opportunity to further our mission of educating and enriching our community through dance in support of BTC’s outreach programs. Her daughter Tessa is currently a member of the BTC Junior Company.