Christina is the executive manager of the Asian Legacy Library’s preservation efforts at the National Library of Mongolia, located in Ulaanbaatar.
Christina studied medieval Islamic intellectual history in a doctoral program at Harvard University, acquiring an M.A. in the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations. She then entered the technology industry, holding positions such as vice president of marketing, where she helped to facilitate IPOs, and consulting in international technology market analysis.
Subsequently, she went to work for Robert Reich, serving as his campaign scheduler in his bid to become governor of Massachusetts. Post-campaign, she worked in the non-profit industry in social justice sectors, on issues such as the subprime mortgage crisis, the estate tax, and savings in underbanked communities. She also was a consultant at Harvard University on a recent $6 billion capital campaign.
Christina is a long-time student of Sanskrit, an advocate for the elderly, and a passionate political volunteer in Northern Arizona.