Allow me to introduce myself. I’m Christina (she/her).
Being the daughter of a speech-language therapist, I learned rather quickly that there is no superior alternative to open, honest communication. Not only did this teach me about the power of transparency and the critical effects of words, but it also gave me the drive to do something in which I get to improve the lives of others.
I’m now an alumna of Temple University’s Klein College of Media and Communication, where I earned degrees in strategic communication and political science, became certified in social science research and graduated summa cum laude. Throughout my college career, I gained invaluable experience in public relations, advocacy and public policy across Greater Philadelphia and abroad, opening my eyes to the deep need for a vibrant nonprofit and social good community.
I get to embrace that interest in social impact communications each and every day as a social impact communications strategist. From digital campaign development and social media, to writing and strategic messaging, my hands are in a little bit of everything — and I love it. Nonprofits and social impact organizations give so many people a voice, but sometimes they need help figuring out what to say and how to say it. That’s where I come in. And I’m constantly striving to refine the (what seems to be an ever-changing) skill set needed to drive that positive change home.