Christina received a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Emory University. As an undergraduate student, she assisted in numerous trauma research projects including a study that compared the mechanism of traumatic brain injury in prison populations versus the general population. She spent time volunteering at Craig Hospital, which specializes in TBI and spinal cord injury, and at the Aurora Strong Resilience Center, which offers affordable, holistic treatment for trauma patients. She often found herself asking questions about the public health side rather than the psychological perspective. Christina is currently working on her Master of Public Health at the CU Anschutz campus. At the Farley Health Policy Center, she contributes to various projects regarding behavioral health integration, community-based prevention, and payment reform. Her passions include healthcare access for disenfranchised populations, social determinants of health, and treatment of trauma patients.
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