Christina is a member of the neurodivergent and physical disability communities, diagnosed with Systemic Lupus Erythematosus, PTSD, and Depression/GAD. A veteran of the classical vocal performance music industry, Christina began her higher education at the Juilliard School, and now holds two Masters qualifications, in Opera & Linguistics (Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama: MA with Honors (merit)) and Vocal Music Performance (Guildhall School of Music and Drama: PGD. Cert with Honors (Merit)). She performed internationally, from Hong Kong to Oslo, over the past decade, and has parlayed these global experiences into her current work in the travel industry. She is passionate about mental healthcare reform, with a particular focus on care for women, members of the LGBTQIAP2+ community, BIPOC, and people with physical disabilities. Christina facilitates Asylum Advocates' Music as Meditation Class.