Commercial & Residential Real Estate, Malibu & Los Angeles, DRE#01900361
Christine is the Managing Associate of RE/MAX ELITE in Malibu, both Residential & Commercial. She is based out of Malibu, CA & covers Malibu, Topanga, Santa Monica, Brentwood, Calabasas, Beverly Hills & surrounding areas. She also covers Los Angeles County & the surrounding Foothill communities of Burbank, Glendale, La Canada, & Pasadena.
She serves on the Executive Board of Directors at the Malibu Chamber of Commerce. She is the Chairman of the Malibu International Sister City Foundation. She volunteers on the Malibu Association of REALTORS Education Committee. Christine also serves on the RE/MAX Los Angeles Regional Executive Board at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.
Christine began her volunteer career in her high school years when she founded an organization called The Awareness Program under RE/MAX Elite’s Corporate Social Responsibility division. Its mission included education and fundraising for Children’s Hospital Los Angeles and the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. During her time at the University of Southern California, she participated in multiple campus organizations- focused mainly on eradicating homelessness in the Los Angeles area and on cross-cultural and teaching programs abroad. She has been recognized nationally for her leadership as the President of UNICEF@USC. In addition, she served as Chairman and Founder of the Benefit Concert series “Voice of a Child” and founded a number of co-organizations, such as Volunteer Los Angeles, Volunteer Abroad, and UNICEF@USC Academic Conference Series. Christine continues to volunteer domestically and internationally.
During her time living in Sydney, Australia she worked on various Film, Photography and Fashion projects, producing and collaborating with local artists
Christine Hameline graduated from the University of Southern California, earning a Double BA in International Relations (International Security and Human Rights) and Art History, as well as completing studies in film. She also studied Romanticism and Impressionism at Cambridge University, England and French at the Université de Bourgogne, France.