As Clinical Care Coordinator, Christina is the lead in developing care coordination programs and clinically relevant trainings and communication materials for health center clinical staff. She is also responsible for providing direct support to health center clinical staff to infuse care coordination activities throughout all TACHC clinical and compliance programs. Christina works with TACHC’s HCCN to provide targeted training and technical assistance to inform HCCN centers to use data from internal and external sources to inform patient care plans and care coordination strategies, especially to address social risk factors, to improve patient health status. As Emergency Management Coordinator, Christina provides health centers with training, technical assistance, and resources to support their ability to prepare for, respond to, and recover from an emergency or disaster. Christina comes to TACHC from the National Center for Farmworker Health where she was responsible for distance learning services, including webcasts and conference coordination. Christina also managed local community outreach and CHW/Promotora programs within NCFH. This included a promotora curriculum training program and outreach activities for NCFH patient navigators who provided assistance to Medicaid and CHIP members in Central Texas. Prior to her move to the Austin area, Christina worked as the Community Outreach Coordinator at the Community Health Center of Lubbock for 10 years. Christina’s past professional experience also includes program development, health education and health center training and technical assistance. She received a BS in Organizational Management and is a licensed nurse and Certified Community Health Worker/Promotora Instructor in the State of Texas.