Who Are You? with Christina Rothman-Iliff, Access Princeton

Posted on January 21, 2016

As part of a grueling ELGL initiation process, new members are asked to complete our version of the Wonderlic test. It’s an open book test and participants do not have to use a dull number 2 pencil to fill in tiny circles.

Christina Rothman-Iliff (LinkedIn) is the manager for Access Princeton. Access Princeton is a non-emergency call center created by the Municipality of Princeton to provide customer service and a point of contact for the citizens of Princeton.


Complete the following sentences.

In 2016, I will….

Can’t think of anything specific I will be doing.

I joined ELGL because…..

I want to get more information on local governments, specifically how they are using social media.

If I had to buy a Fathead, I would buy…


Derek Jeter

You should probably know that I…. 

Come from a police department background and struggle with some of this side of local government.

One thing you should know about my hometown is…

Where I grew up is small; where I live now is nice.

Do you agree/disagree with the following statement(s)……Explain….

It’s better to be courageous than popular.

Agree. Change is good!

Local government has recovered from the recession.


I could live in a city where below zero temperatures are common in the winter.

Not if I don’t have to. Disagree!!!

Improving walkability should be a priority for cities. 


I envision running for mayor or council one day. 

Disagree – no thank you!!

Local government should expect more from employees.

Hmmmmm……Expectations should be clearly defined by government to employees before expecting them.

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