Federal Liaison, NCHE
Compassionate, gifted, and tech-savvy, Christina works for the SERVE Center in the National Center for Homeless Education (NCHE). She provides face-to-face and online training and technical assistance to State Coordinators for Homeless Education. Additionally, Christina is the NCHE webmaster and guides most of its technology initiatives. Christina brings to the SERVE Center Spanish fluency, top-notch technology skills, outside-the-box thinking, and a personality that is engaging and friendly.
Christina has been associated with the SERVE Center since October 2000 and began at the NCHE in November 2003. Her first assignment was with the SERVE Center’s migrant technology initiative, which was called the Anchor School Project. Later, Christina went on to work with the SERVE Center’s Project Kaleidoscope, which was funded by a 21st Century Learning Center grant. Prior to her arrival at the SERVE Center, Christina worked mostly in the private sector, primarily as a Portuguese/English and Spanish/English interpreter and translator.
Christina holds a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish from Tulane University and a Master of Arts in Latin American Studies from Vanderbilt University.
In her spare time, Christina enjoys traveling, reading, maintaining an active lifestyle, and hanging out with her two dogs, Linus and Lucy.