As an Estates Practitioner, Christina assists families in Estate Planning, Estate Administration, Guardianship and Trusteeship Applications, Represented Adult Disputes and Estate Litigation.
Born and raised in rural Ontario, Christina has carved her professional path much like she contributed to her family farm – through dedication, collaboration, problem-solving, and an entrepreneurial spirit.
Armed with a Bachelor’s degree in Science and a Master’s in Public Health from the University of Waterloo, Christina and her husband decided to make Calgary their home and the foundation for their careers. In rapid succession, Christina built a robust network in Calgary. She is well-acquainted with the Estate Bar and an avid contributor to the broader industry.
Christina’s exceptional career accomplishments include her recognition as one of Avenue Magazine’s “Top 40 under 40.” She firmly believes that her clients deserve a formidable advocate who possesses qualities of diligence, creativity, assertiveness, and compassion.
Christina is an avid Rotarian, with a deep commitment to embodying the Rotary motto of “service above self”. Her dedication to philanthropy and volunteerism has garnered her numerous accolades, including the upcoming District Governor 2024-25, the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Medal, the United Nations People of Action Young Innovator Award, Paul Harris Fellow, Faculty of Health Young Alumni Award, United College Alumni Award, YMCA International Peace Medallion, and Terry Fox Humanitarian Award.
While wholeheartedly dedicating her time to various causes, Christina’s highest priority lies in spending quality time with her husband, children, and their family dog, Jolie.
- University of Waterloo, (BSc., 2014)
- University of Waterloo, (MPH, 2016)
- University of Calgary, (JD, 2019)
- Rotary Club of Calgary Fish Creek, District 5360
- Law Society of Alberta (2020)
- Canadian Bar Association
- Calgary Bar Association
- Association of Women Lawyers
- Alberta Civil Trial Lawyers Association
- STEP Canada