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Christine Bresky

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Christine’s background is in collegiate athletics and fundraising. Christine is a native of Okemos, Michigan. In 2008 she earned a business management degree from Michigan State University while earning a full scholarship to compete at number 1 singles and number 1 doubles for the Michigan State Women’s Tennis Team. During her playing career for the Spartans, Bader became only the third player in history to receive All-Big Ten honors twice in her career.  She was a First Team All-Big Ten selection during her sophomore year which was the first time an MSU player had received the award since 1993. As a senior at Michigan State, Bader posted an 18-14 No. 1 singles and doubles record.  She was one of three Spartans to earn a national ranking after finishing her senior season ranked 113th in singles.  Not only was Bader successful on the court but off the court as well, earning the Big Ten Sportsmanship award in women’s tennis in 2005 and 2007.

A three-time team captain of the Spartans was a dream to earn a scholarship there. Christine’s father, Richard, worked at Michigan State University for over 25 years. He began as the Men & Women’s Head Swimming Coach to Director of Basketball Operations and then finished his tenure as the Sports Administrator.

At the age of 21, Christine became one of the youngest Division 1 Head Coaches for the University of Evansville Women’s Tennis Program. She earned her masters degree in Health Service Administration from the University of Evansville while coaching. She then was the Head Women’s Tennis coach at Ball State University from 2010-2013.

Christine moved to the triad in 2013 to become the Development and Outreach Manager at JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation). Christine is a type 1 diabetic (diagnosed in 1999) and was eager to contribute to an organization that fundraised over $3 million dollars a year just in the triad to cure, treat and prevent Type 1 Diabetes. Christine’s love for the triad grew by all the amazing families she was able to connect with and help.

She then was the Head Women’s Tennis coach at Ball State University from 2010-2013.

Christine moved to the triad in 2013 to become the Development and Outreach Manager at JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation). Christine is a type 1 diabetic (diagnosed in 1999) and was eager to contribute to an organization that fundraised over $3 million dollars a year just in the triad to cure, treat and prevent Type 1 Diabetes. Christine’s love for the triad grew by all the amazing families she was able to connect with and help.

With a passion for service in the triad area Christine is ready to help you and your family with your buying and selling needs. Christine enthusiastically joins Adams Carolinas Realty, a company her family used when buying and selling their homes. Christine remembers the outstanding client service and what sets Adams Carolina’s Realty apart from the rest and she is excited to give that effort to you.

Christine and her family are avid Wake Forest Fans. Her husband, Tony Bresky, is the Wake Forest Men’s Tennis Coach. He earned a team National Championship Title in 2018. They have two daughters, Brooklyn (6), and Piper (4)

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