Director of Land use and Planning, Metropolitan Planning Council
As Director of Land Use and Planning for the Metropolitan Planning Council (MPC), Christina works across MPC initiatives to focus on the intersection of planning, development, land use and open space. Prior to joining MPC, Christina practiced landscape architecture and urban planning, with a focus on integrating resident engagement into planning and landscape frameworks. She worked on projects at a range of scales, from managing neighborhood plans to detail design for parks. Several of her projects have won awards from local chapters of the ASLA. Christina received her master’s degree in landscape architecture from the Harvard University.