Born and raised on Treaty 6 Territory, Christina has been improvising since 2011 and joined Rapid Fire Theatre as a volunteer in 2012. She joined the player ensemble in 2017 and was elected as the Player Liaison in 2019. A life-long learner, Christina has enjoyed leadership and training opportunities in all aspects of her personal and professional life. Some favourite trainings include: Tactical Communication, Crucial Conversations, Gender Based Analysis Plus, Unconscious Bias, Bystander Awareness, Anti-Racism, Mental Health First Aid, and a variety of courses specific to leading people.
Christina has also worked as a trainer and facilitator in her supervisory career, which has focused on work in the provincial and municipal government. These have included customer service focused courses, accessibility and diversity awareness, dealing with difficult people, and occupational health and safety. Working with people and supporting folks through difficult and challenging experiences has been a passion for Christina since her first leadership role as the Co-President of the University of Alberta Improv Group. Christina has felt both challenged and excited in her role as the Player Liaison for RFT, especially during a difficult period of social change that has occurred over the last year. When not actively working in such roles, Christina loves hanging out with the RFT family and organizing social gatherings with her fellow ensemble members.