When asked why she wanted to pursue a career in law, without hesitation Christina said she wanted a career where she could help people. Although there are many ways to help people, she always had a love and curiosity for the law and was driven by the problem-solving nature of practicing it. Christina’s passion and skills are a perfect fit for the firm’s workers’ compensation practice.

She began her academic journey as an undergraduate student at Winston-Salem State University where she served as President of Black Women for Change and graduated summa cum laude. Christina continued her journey at Emory University School of Law, where she was elected as the Deputy Public Defender for the Student Bar Association and as an Advocacy Specialist for the Black Law Student Association. During this time, Christina also had several internships including an in-house legal compliance internship, a private practice law firm, and the Public Defender Council of Georgia.

When Christina has time for herself, she can be found at church, enjoying time with her family and friends, reading, or shopping. She also enjoys traveling to Puerto Rico as she loves the culture and most importantly the local, Indigenous people. And here is a fun fact – Christina is an avid collector of vinyl records.