Christina supported PPSWG from 2014 to 2018 in various roles, most notably overseeing the management of member task forces to support the development and implementation of cost-sharing strategies to fund the organization’s product stewardship programs. Christina currently creates content for PPSWG’s MyOldMeds.com blog and social media platforms and supports the association’s cost allocation and member invoicing processes.
After graduating from The George Washington University in 2014, Christina began her career at the front desk of AMS. She quickly found a passion for supporting association clients through her affinity for graphic design, member communications, and data analysis. These skills led her to find her niche in leveraging visual communications to inform and educate PPSWG members on the organization’s cost allocation principles and strategies.
Christina has also served as the Director of Marketing and Communications at a start-up biomedical company based in Connecticut, overseeing branding, design, communications, and outreach strategies for the company.
Christina resides just outside of her hometown in Branford, Connecticut, with her husband and Scottish Terrier. The majority of her free time is currently dedicated to pursuing her master’s degree, but she also enjoys hiking, listening to music, and playing retro Nintendo games.