Qualitative research, community-informed practices, cultural competencies, health equity, organizational management
With expertise in qualitative research, community-informed practices, cultural competency and health equity, Christina helps CCLP’s Health Care program identify data points and metrics to evaluate and inform policy and legislation.
Christina earned a Master’s in Public Administration and a Master’s in Public Health, with a concentration in community-informed policy from the University of Colorado Denver in 2019, and a bachelor’s in Psychology from Emory University in 2017. She has worked with the Eugene S. Farley Health Policy Center at the Anschutz Medical Campus, assisting on numerous projects from medical legal partnerships to behavioral health in the education sector. Christina also has worked with the Colorado Black Health Collaborative, undertaking projects that include tackling menthol in tobacco products and the school-to-prison-pipeline.
A young woman with diverse interests, Christina enjoys the opportunity to learn from the CCLP team, which consists of experts in a variety of fields, and to use her knowledge and skills to help make quality health care more affordable and accessible for all Coloradans.