As Environmental Planning Program Manager for the Central Valley in Northern California, Christina leads multidisciplinary teams and coordinates with lead agencies and strategic partners to deliver outstanding environmental documents for urban and environmental planning projects.
Christina has over 19 years of extensive experience working on complex, multifaceted projects that require a high degree of coordination and interface with multiple stakeholders. Her work on sports facilities, infill development projects, and strategic planning documents includes some of the most high-profile and important plans and projects in northern California. Christina’s dedication to high quality work, clear writing, and achievable implementation of environmental protections is evident in her work, which has been recognized by the Association of Environmental Professionals.
Christina holds a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Policy Analysis and Planning from the University of California, Davis, and is also a member of the Urban Land Institute.
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