Christina is a Digital Analyst Whaler committed to exploring how nonprofits can grow their communities by making decisions informed by data.

As a graduate of NYU’s School of Business, Christina hails from an education in finance and marketing, which equipped her with tools she now uses to deploy outreach and communication strategy for projects spanning science communication, film, and social justice.

Since those green early years of schlepping through Greenwich Village for $4 Mamoun’s and overthinking social gaffes/overstepping boundaries in the playgrounds of Washington Square Park, Christina has participated in Unilever’s UFLP management program, overseeing the development of a sales tracker that helped inform regional trade spend and product promotion. She has also worked as a researcher for the documentary Resistance at Tule Lake and helped organize three film festivals and two scholarship programs for the science art nonprofit, Imagine Science Films.

In recent years, Christina has contributed regularly to Imagine Science’s sister organization, the digital film magazine Labocine, for which she wrote film spotlights and conducted artist interviews. At Labocine, she managed outreach efforts to local schools and universities, wrote monthly newsletters, and drove site traffic by developing a content management strategy informed by AHREF analytics.

After whaling-hours, Christina can also be found drawing and making animations. Catch her creations here!