Christina is a self-starter whose work ethic is only outmatched by her drive to better herself and help those around her. She brings a wealth of experience in the government sector advocating for vulnerable populations, protecting workers’ rights, and combating fraud.
Most recently, Christina was employed as a Senior Investigator with the Fair Labor Division at the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office (AGO). In her role, she handled challenging civil and criminal investigations where she collaborated with multiple state, federal, and other local law enforcement agencies. Through her investigations, she brought in millions of dollars in restitution to victims of wage theft and managed the distributions of such funds.
Due to her language skills, most of her work involved vulnerable workers from Spanish speaking and poor economic backgrounds. Additionally, she served as the Union Steward representing all of the investigators in her division. Christina’s work has been featured in multiple press releases by the AGO. In 2017, Christina was honored by the Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey as the recipient of the Attorney General Thomas F. Reilly Award for Excellence. By personally witnessing the importance of social programs in her own life, Christina has found an immense personal fulfillment in helping others. In her spare time, she is an avid volunteer at Chica Project, Inc., an organization helping underprivileged youth through early empowerment, where she served as an Empowerment Institute Fellow.
Christina earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting and Auditing from the University of California, Riverside (UCR).