Christina started organizing for environmental and climate issues as a youth in her hometown of Dallas, Texas. With the Sierra Student Coalition, the student-led branch of the Sierra Club, she organized youth-led climate justice campaigns for over eight years. Christina graduated from the University of Washington’s History and International Studies departments, and later earned an MSc in Social Policy in Development from the London School of Economics and Political Science. Her career focuses on shaping the way institutions practice sustainable development, especially as it relates to addressing impacts on frontline communities experiencing climate change. Christina’s current role at the Port of Seattle focuses on transforming the organization’s engagement with the communities it serves in a way that promotes equity and environmental justice. In her free time, she cooks, reads, and watches Star Trek.