Christina has a Master's Degree in Architecture from Catholic University in Washington D.C., and holds a Bachelors of Urban and Environmental Planning from the University of Virginia.
As an intern at Studio CrowleyHall, Christina is responsible for various aspects of design, construction documents as well as construction administration. Her communication and coordination skills are a great asset to our firm, and she would play a key role in the coordination of your project.
Christina’s other experiences have included working with the National Crime Prevention Council's Teens, Crime and the Community program which combined education and service-learning to help neighborhoods engage their youth in positive, community-building activities. She specialized in facilitating workshops with young people throughout the country on leadership, community involvement, and empowering youth to make a difference in their neighborhoods. As a member of the Leesburg, Virginia Public Art Task Force, she helped craft guidelines and policy for the town's current public art program. Recognizing the importance of developing public art in the Washington, D.C. community, Christina, along with a group of other artists, organized and coordinated a public art mural project for the residents of the Deanwood neighborhood at the Riverside Community Center and Marvin Gaye Park.