Christina is the Center Director for the Cedar Park treatment center. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Developmental Psychology from St. Edward’s University in Austin in 1999, and her Master’s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis from Northeastern University in 2017.
After completing her undergraduate studies, she was blessed to be a stay at home mom for 12 years. When the youngest of her 5 children began Kindergarten, she started working as a Special Education assistant at a local elementary school, and fell in love with working with children on the autism spectrum. During her 3 years working in the school setting, she was able to work with children with autism in both self-contained classrooms as well as supporting children in inclusion settings. Christina then came to Behavioral Innovations in 2014, and began her graduate studies the following year. In her 3 years with BI, she has served as an RBT, Program Manager, and Treatment Manager.
As the mom of 5 children and 4 step-children, Christina loves attending her children’s band, dance, and theatre performances and spending time with her husband and family. She is a native born Texan with a love for Mexican food (especially queso), country music, the San Antonio Riverwalk and any beach.