Christine Senavsky is a first-year Master of Arts Management Student at Carnegie Mellon University. From the Bay Area California, she graduated from University of Oregon in June 2016 with her Bachelor of Music in Violin Performance and her Bachelor of Arts in English. Last year she worked for the San Francisco Symphony Youth Orchestra and continued to the role of Schedule Coordinator at Aspen Music Festival last summer. She is inspired by the festival dynamic, of so many people from so many places coming together to make something vast and beautiful happen artistically. This summer she looks forward to developing her management skills and being a part of the collaboration between musicians, administrators, and community members at National Repertory Orchestra. She is excited to see how the experience informs her career trajectory in the music industry. She is also exhilarated at the prospect of hiking mountains on her days off.