Associate Director of Philanthropy & Special Projects
Christina primarily focuses on our fundraising and communications. She also supports many other aspects of our work in the juvenile justice arena, including involvement in our initiatives and book clubs
Christina graduated from Loyola Law School, Los Angeles with a concentration in Public Interest Law. During law school, she served as a clinical student at Loyola’s Center for Juvenile Law and Policy, where she represented indigent clients in juvenile delinquency court, and advocated for the education rights of youth in Los Angeles public and charter schools. Christina also organized an initiative in Los Angeles to train over 500 juvenile probation officers on how to act as educational advocates for the clients they serve, as a part of her Equal Justice Works Fellowship.
Before law school, Christina worked at the Maya Angelou Academy as a Leadership Corps Student Advocate and interned as an Investigator at the Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia. Christina is a graduate of Georgetown University where she majored in both Psychology and Sociology and concentrated in Social Justice Analysis. A native Southern Californian, Christina lives in Los Angeles.