Kristina began her career as a teacher, with extensive experience in health and physical education at both the K-12 and higher education levels. With a Master’s degree in Health Promotion Management, Kristina shifted her professional work toward a focus in non-profit leadership. Today, she is putting her experience and passion to work serving the diverse needs of the community in her role as vice president of the Green Bay School Board.
Kristina’s community contributions are wide-ranging. She served as Northeast Regional Coordinator for Women’s March Wisconsin, helping to organize a major event in Green Bay and rally in January 2018 attended by more than 400 people. Kristina also serves as a community organizer for Black Lives United. Kristina is running to restore integrity and representation to the 90th Assembly District. The issues such as the calculated defunding of public education, climate change denial, rising health care costs, and diminished workers’ rights require strong leadership and ethical representation.