Christina grew up in Walla Walla Washington in her younger years and then Modesto California. Her family moved back to the Pacific Northwest where she is raising her six children.
She attended North Idaho College for her undergraduate and Grand Canyon University and then Frontier Nursing University for her graduate and post-graduate degrees. She is a Board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner and Certified Nurse Midwife.
She has worked in her nursing career gaining experience in the Emergency Room, Urgent Care, Preoperative, PACU, Pediatrics, NICU, and Mother-Baby. Prior to nursing, she worked for 22 years as a childbirth educator and doula. It was during this time that she realized she has a particular passion for caring for women and chose to pursue a career as a CNM Nurse Practitioner. She had the privilege of catching 42 babies.
Family is her biggest reward and she enjoys spending time with them most of all. She has enjoyed raising her six children in this beautiful community. Christina has four boys and two girls and her family continues to grow. She feels blessed with three daughters-in-law and a grandbaby on the way. She enjoys being a family nurse practitioner but has a particular passion for helping women.
In her free time, she loves working out weight lifting, meal prepping with her family, cooking healthy meals, and focusing on prevention and overall health. She loves the outdoors and getting out on the water boating, swimming, and playing on the beach. She and her family enjoy camping, fishing, huckleberry picking, and pretty much anything outdoors. She is an active member of Heart of the City Church and has served on the worship team as a vocalist. She has served in the community on medical teams during extra-curricular functions.