Committed to excellence through equity and empathy.
A Boston native and Weston METCO student, Christina graduated Boston College with a major in business administration with a concentration in marketing. She holds a master’s degree in education from Lesley University. Christina taught in Weston, and served as the director of the Lincoln-METCO program for almost a decade. She is the co-president of World of Wellesley, where she focuses on family and community anti-bias awareness and education. She works collaboratively with a team of dedicated community volunteers and other community-based organizations, committed to creating a more inclusive Wellesley.
In 2016, she was appointed by the Commissioner of the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education as a trustee on the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Racial Imbalance Advisory Council (RIAC), where she works with a team to advise the Commissioner of Education and the Board of Education on matters pertinent to the development and maintenance of school desegregation/integration in public schools within the Commonwealth. In 2022, she received the Black Excellence on the Hill Award from the Massachusetts Black and Latino Legislative Caucus. This annual event celebrates the achievements of Black leaders effecting change in their communities.
Read her letter announcing her candidacy.