Christina is excited to be a part of the Action News Now team.
Christina started as a reporter with Action News Now in August 2018.
Christina graduated from Seton Hall University in May 2018, with a Journalism and Communications degree. She was born and raised in Monmouth County, New Jersey.
She worked for NJ Channel 77 covering local news with NJDiscoverTV.
She interviewed and hosted for Artist National TV.
Christina also worked as a Development Intern in New York City during her senior year with Jarrett Creative, a TV Production Company.
Christina worked alongside the production manager and coordinator as a production assistant for a series on the Oxygen Network.
She also modeled for Fashion Haunts Magazine, appearing on the front cover of two issues in 2017.
In her free time, Christina likes taking Zumba classes, cooking up new recipes and spending time with animals.
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People in Paradise are keeping a special tradition alive this Memorial Day.
Some people are living in trailers in Paradise using propane tanks to cook, stay warm and live.
The California Highway Patrol is working with other state agencies to stop the overloading of trucks and get drivers and contractors on board for the safety of the public.
During the Summer, PG&E is implementing its public safety 'Power Shut Off' Plan to areas with high fire danger.
A dozen town leaders and community members presented a plan to rebuild the sign during Tuesday night's town council meeting.
The Paradise Irrigation District said it plans on testing water from lot-to-lot instead of in zoned areas.
Park rangers are warning hikers of tick dangers on trails in Butte County.
Chico State recently completed its master plan for the next 10 years, which will include many big improvements for the campus.
The nighttime commute is about to get ramped up a little more in Chico.
Action News Now spoke with a mail carrier in the Camp Fire burn scar to understand some of the challenges these carriers are facing six months after the fire.