Christina brings an enthusiastic passion for making a difference and a depth of experience in both qualitative and quantitative research to every evaluation project she manages.
Christina has been undertaking evaluations for state and federal government organisations since 2008. During that time she has worked extensively in the environment and international development sector.
Mid-way through completing a Masters in Environmental Management and Development, Christina gained her first evaluation role – more by serendipity than design! Christina soon found that she loved the role and the need to draw on a broad range of experience and qualifications in science and humanities. Christina enjoys the problem solving and inter-disciplinary aspects of program evaluation, where information comes together like pieces of a puzzle.
Christina’s passion for evaluation comes from a desire to enhance the natural environment and human wellbeing by supporting organisations working towards worthy goals to make positive change to society.
When not in the field or conducting an evaluation, Christina moonlights as a yoga teacher, visual artist and is a self-confessed ‘body nerd’. She is fascinated by the astonishing functions and healing powers of the human body. Committed to ongoing learning and exploration, Christina is currently learning Bahasa Indonesia and chess.