Christina teaches on topics of social justice, information, and technology at NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program. She has spent the past 10 years researching how technology addresses the balance of power of the individual and big institutions in a networked globalized world; the balance of influence between small groups and big data; and the construction and evasion of digital identity.
Christina also serves as Chief of the Peacekeeping Information Management Unit for the Chief of Staff of United Nations Departments of Peacekeeping Operations and Field Support. There, she has applied her research in global programming and on-ground support, from Timor-Leste to Syria to the Ebola Response.
Prior to joining the UN, Christina worked for 15 years as a business consultant, focused on information processes and interactive design, and serving Fortune 500 clients. She earned degrees from Smith College and New York University.