Christina is the Senior Project Manager at the Robert Group, supporting and leading all aspects of public engagement and community outreach activities, including the development and implementation of public outreach programs. She joins The Robert Group with over 10 years of experience in urban planning and design, project management, policy research, community building and outreach. Prior to joining the team, served as a Program Officer at American Councils for International Education, working on all elements of the U.S. State Department-funded, Future Leaders Exchange Program in Eastern Europe. More recently, she was a private consultant in the real estate, public policy and urban planning sectors.
Christina holds a Master in Urban and Regional Planning (MURP) from the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs; there she focused on spatial analysis, public space, housing/disability rights, and adaptive reuse. During her BA in Development Studies at UC Berkeley, she concentrated in city planning, environmental design and anthropology.
Originally from Ukraine and Lebanon, she immigrated to Los Angeles at a young age. She speaks Russian and Ukrainian and has studied Spanish, German and Arabic. She enjoys photography, trying new cuisines, yoga, bicycling, and hiking with her dog.