Designer, Project Manager, Operations Manager
Christina’s interest in community design was sparked during her doctorate in architecture program at the University of Hawaii, where the shortage of affordable housing led her to research effective synergies for sustainable design to house and serve people in need. At EW, she focuses on housing for underserved populations, including housing for people with disabilities, family housing, and rural housing.
Representative projects include:
- Provail Home for persons with traumatic brain injury (Shoreline)
- Rainier Park Family Housing (Sunnyside)
- Youth Haven Group Home for Teens (Kirkland)
- Sunnyview Village Family Housing (Freeland)
- Unity Village Family Housing (Seattle)
Christina is a LEED Accredited Professional, and a graduate of the Housing Development Consortium Leadership Cohort and the Pomegranate Center’s community facilitation training program. In her free time she plays roller derby with the Jet City Rollergirls, a nonprofit dedicated to community service and providing a positive environment for women of all backgrounds to be athletes.