Born and raised in rural Ontario, Christina has built her practice the same way she helped on the family farm – with hard work, collaboration, problem solving and an entrepreneurial mindset.
After completing her Bachelors of Science and Master’s in Public Health from the University of Waterloo, Christina and her husband established their home and professional careers in Calgary. It didn’t take long for Christina to build her network in Calgary and she credits the Alberta “get it done” culture for excelling in earning her law degree from the University of Calgary.
Awarded avenue magazine’s “Top 40 under 40” while in law school, Christina believes that her clients deserve a strong advocate who is diligent, creative, assertive and compassionate.
Christina is an avid Rotarian scheduled to be the District Governor in 2024-2025, she lives the Rotary moto of ‘service above self’. For her visionary philanthropic work and volunteer service, Christina is recognized through many awards including: The United Nations People of Action Young Innovator Award, Paul Harris Fellow, Faculty of Health Young Alumni Award 2015, YMCA International Peace Medallion and Terry Fox Humanitarian Award.
When she’s not volunteering, playing hockey, or at the office, Christina is prioritizing time with her husband, children and family dog Jolie.