Christina performs countless administrative tasks that ensure the smooth operation of Mills Teacher Scholars’ partnerships and programs. In addition to her role at Mills Teacher Scholars, she is a graduate student in American History at Cal State East Bay. At Cal State East Bay’s Student Historical Conference, she recently presented new research on the Prohibition Era and the loopholes of the 18th Amendment, as well as a study of how racism and citizenship dynamics in the 1920s are still relevant today. She supervises the international housing for the Cal State East Bay dorms and is the biggest dog lover on the planet with two dogs: James, a Labrador Retriever and Rambo, a Doberman Pinscher. Christina received her B.A. in History with an emphasis on the United States in 2012 from the University of California Merced and will graduate in June 2018 from Cal State East Bay with an M.A. in American History.