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Education, Honors & Awards
Delaware Small Business Chamber of Commerce; Delaware Small Business Chamber; Barter Program; New Castle Co Chamber of Commerce
Krav Maga, an Israeli militia style of self-defense which uses techniques to disarm knife, gun and other weapon attacks. She enjoys helping to train others and is working to become a certified instructor herself
Christine Radovich, President and CEO of Atlantic Barter, is a former police officer now running an organization that works with business owners to increase their revenue and protect their cash flow through the use of organized barter. Christine's leadership skills come from her law enforcement background having served as a police officer and welfare fraud investigator. Passionate about the industry, Christine has now been working in organized barter for 18 years. Christine believes that the organized barter industry is America's best kept business secret. Under Christine's supervision and newly implemented business strategies, her company has been very successful, resulting in excellent customer service and satisfaction for which she is extremely proud. Her plans for the future are to continue servicing current clients in Delaware, Pennsylvania and New Jersey, expand nationally and increase revenue. Christine is personally involved with the Delaware Humane Association as well as through Atlantic Barter. Atlantic Barter's monthly newsletter contains a photo of a dog or cat each month to help them be placed in a safe home. Christine also organizes fund raisers for The Delaware Humane Association. In her spare time, Christine practices Krav Maga and is working to become a certified instructor.