Christina joined the Social Life team in February 2016. She has worked on a number of projects for Social Life from evaluating community investment programmes on Grahame Park and Woodberry Down estates to researching the role housing developers can play in increasing opportunities for children and young people to access creative provision in London.
Prior to joining Social Life, Christina worked in Washington, D.C. for an international development company and EICC, a non-profit supporting electronics firms to improve social, environmental and ethical responsibility in the global electronics industry supply chain. Christina also worked with various non-profits on urban initiatives in Philadelphia, including designing an employment tool for Nationalities Service Center to help increase early employment opportunities for recently resettled refugees as well as a regeneration strategy for the People’s Emergency Center to address second-story vacancies on an underserved commercial corridor.
Christina is currently on maternity leave.
Christina holds a bachelors in International Business and Spanish from the University of Georgia and a Master of City Planning degree from the University of Pennsylvania.