Christina has been very blessed to have worked with behavioral health facilities and non profit organizations that serve communities for the last 10 years. Previous to that, she served in the United States Army and was honored to serve her country. She believes that she brings a unique set of skills to Pikes Peak Suicide Prevention. She believes that life is worth fighting for and is thankful that she has been given the opportunity to provide hope, resources and advocacy to those in need. She has always felt that she is a public servant and can be a voice for positive change and hopes she will continue to do so. She's passionate about suicide prevention because she believes that life is a beautiful. Christina lost her own brother to suicide and because of this loss she has been dedicated to her career to advocate for hope and life. When her brother passed away she did not know of the resources, support or community organizations that were available to my brother or herself. She wakes up daily and knows she has a purpose to be a voice and is passionate about helping others when they need it the most. Christina has four amazing sons and two awesome corgi's.