Christina was the inaugural editor of Cinnaminson Patch, from when the site launched in December 2010 to February 2013.
Christina has been a professional reporter in South Jersey for about eight years. She graduated from Rowan University with a journalism degree. After college, Christina was the editor-in-chief of the Plain Dealer a weekly newspaper covering Monroe Township, Glassboro and Pitman in Gloucester County. After a short time there, she was promoted to executive editor and oversaw eight South Jersey weekly newspapers, including the NEWSWeekly, a paper that covered Cinnaminson and other river towns.
After that, she worked as a project editor with Slack Incorporated, a company focused on medical publishing, for about a year.
Christina was the political and county reporter at the Gloucester County Times, a daily newspaper. She is currently a freelancer for South Jersey Magazine and teaches a publication layout and design class at Rowan University.
Presently, Christina is the city editor of Metro Philly, managing the newsroom and its staff.
She grew up in Cinnaminson and graduated high school from there. She moved back to Cinnaminson from 2009 to 2011, and as of 2012, she lives in Riverton.
An avid Phillies fan and tea lover, Christina is out and about in Cinnaminson, learning about what's most important to residents here.