Christina is dedicated to advancing seafood sustainability through policy changes, industry improvements and consumer education. She works as the Eastern Canada representative for SeaChoice, a partnership formed by the Ecology Action Centre, David Suzuki Foundation and Living Oceans Canada.
Christina is a graduate of the Master of Marine Management program from Dalhousie University and holds an undergraduate degree in Marine and Freshwater Biology from the University of Guelph. She was awarded the Marine Affairs Gold Award for her academic achievements and the skills she gained that are critical for marine management. During her master’s, Christina conducted research within Atlantic Canada on seafood traceability and worked within the industry at a local fishmonger in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Prior to this, she has worked with other environmental not-for-profits conducting project-based work, outreach and event planning.