Director, NCRC Training Academy
Kristina is the Director of the National Training Academy for NCRC. Born and raised in Central Florida, she has spent the last twenty years fighting for the human rights and civil rights of low-income individuals, foster children, prisoners, and the wrongfully convicted. Utilizing proven data-driven approaches, Kristina was instrumental in reforming Florida’s broken foster care system and Wyoming’s public health insurance programs. She was recognized by the US Department of Health Human Services and the Florida Governor for excellence and innovation in government for these projects. Prior to joining NCRC she worked as a campaign manager for the ACLU, as a funding and fair housing consultant for Community Legal Services of Mid-Florida, and as a consultant on the United for Care campaign.
Kristina earned a law degree from Florida A&M College of Law where she specialized in taxation and legislation, and earned a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Central Florida.