Christine Kosmowski has worked in the environmental field for over thirty-five years, specializing in the protection of water resources. Christine earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Studies from Oakland University and a Master of Science degree in Earth Science from Western Michigan University. She has been active in the development of the many plans and events that help protect water within Calhoun County and the State of Michigan.
Christine is currently the President of the Kalamazoo River Watershed Council. She is a past President of the Michigan Water Environment Association and the past Chair of the Battle Creek Area Clean Water Partners.
Christine works for the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development as their Emerging Contaminants Specialist.