Born and raised in Port Arthur, Texas, Christina attended Prairie View A&M University where she received a Bachelors’ Degree in Architecture, a Master’s Degree in Community Development, and a Master’s Degree in Architecture. While attending Prairie View, she presided over the Omega Gamma Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc, and studied the works of Le Corbusier in France. Christina began her professional career as an MEP engineering designer in Houston, Texas, specializing in plumbing and electrical design. While pursuing her first graduate degree, she was invited to intern in the City of Houston’s District F in the Public Works department. Shortly after, she began her career in architecture as a Senior Designer with a firm in Sugar Land, Texas, specializing in healthcare design. Christina joined the ETA team in 2023, and is pursuing architectural licensure.
Having traveled much of the United States, France, and some Caribbean countries, Christina developed a love for spaces and buildings as well as a love for mankind. Christina has enjoyed getting to know her new home of Huntington, West Virginia, and being a part of ETA’s investment in the growth of the city and its people.