September 1, 2014

2014 40 Under Forty: Christienne Bik

Director of Government Relations, Fallon Health, Worcester

Birthplace: Hyannis


Residence: Shrewsbury


High school: Notre Dame Academy, Worcester


Colleges and degrees earned:
B.A., American University; J.D., Suffolk University Law School

Career highlights: I have been able to assist in making our communities safer and healthier. As an assistant district attorney, I worked to take criminals involved in drugs and guns off the streets. I continue to do this work at Fallon Health, which offers solutions to seniors so they can remain safely at home, incentivizes healthy active lifestyles, and works to end hunger.

Community involvement: Board member, YWCA of Central Massachusetts; corporator, EcoTarium

Ultimate career goal: Executive leadership role with the New England Patriots

Non-relative you admire most: U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. She has never wavered in her beliefs and has continued, through her opinions, whether concurring or dissenting, to protect individuals' rights against discrimination, persecution and denial of equal rights.

Favorite book: "Fall of Giants," by Ken Follett

Birthplace: Hyannis
Residence: Shrewsbury
High school: Notre Dame
Academy, Worcester
Colleges and degrees earned:
B.A., American University; J.D.,
Suffolk University Law School

Hidden talents: Part-time spin instructor and commissioner of "Capitol Imports," a 12-year-old fantasy football league.

"If I were to win $1 million in the lottery, I would … move to Northern Sonoma County, pour wine at a small boutique winery, and become an adjunct constitutional law professor at a local university."

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