Christina hails from the theme park capital of the nation: Orlando, Fla. She credits her love of storytelling to growing up in a city where fictional characters are brought to life. She attended the University of South Florida in Tampa, Fla. to study corporate communications and later the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas to hone her writing skills in the school's graduate journalism program. After completing her master's degree, she worked for media giant NBC Universal as a web editor, Samsung Mobile as a product technical writer and integrated agency Golin as a content manager.
Christina is a trained digital news writer turned award-winning content marketer with a knack for telling stories that people want to read. You can find her building digital content strategies ranging from editorial to social media for international consumer and tech brands, ghostwriting thought leadership articles and converting technical information to clear, concise copy for all audiences.
For tourism board VisitBritain, headline copy was crafted for paid promotion through Outbrain to drive traffic
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Ghostwritten Thought Leadership
One of the most prominent trends I've seen in healthcare today is its movement from the hospital to the home. For that reason, we need to rethink our definition of the "smart" home, which goes far beyond automating lamps and maintaining room temperature.
Samsung Solve for Tomorrow social media voting is now open! Visit our website to see the list of finalists and their corresponding school hashtags to include in your votes on Instagram and Twitter.
There has been a paradigm shift in the enterprise. Where business strategies once drove companies to explore new technology, we're now seeing technology fuel business strategies. Investment in business technology has experienced 62 percent growth in total technology purchases made between 2010 and this year.
Wearables have made groundbreaking strides by transforming how patient care is practiced and delivered - but this is only the beginning. With the global medical device and mobile health-monitoring market growing at more than 43 percent per year, the future of healthcare is in the solutions.
The largest outdoor venue in Arkansas, Walmart Arkansas Music Pavillion (AMP), transformed itself from small town site into world-class entertainment destination using video walls and digital displays to enhance on-stage performances, entertain VIP lounge guests and showcase mouthwatering concession bites. The AMP was initially a seasonal concert venue.
A corporate meeting at a leading hotel chain is scheduled to begin in 10 minutes in a conference room. The hotel anticipates more than 25 attendees for the event. All guests are checked in and the luggage is unpacked. Typically all attendees would gather in the designated room for this type of offsite meeting.
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Social copy crafted for PetSmart across Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest platforms incorporating user-generated content
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Wanderlust: [won·der·luhst] (noun) meaning a strong, innate desire to rove or travel about; equivalent to wander (n) Finding the will, the drive, the desire to travel may not be that difficult if you suffer from extreme wanderlust. It's a great big world out there. Most of us see just a small fraction of it and(...)
When planning your next adventure, whether abroad or domestic, it's important to think about - cue the dun, dun, dun music - money! You don't want to go broke while you venture out into the unknown. We want you to enjoy your adventure and have some cash in your pockets when it's time to head(...)
Big Brothers Big Sisters thrives on participation from the community as a donor-supported mentoring organization, but as national volunteer numbers are on the rise, North Texas branches of the organization suffer the reality of fewer male mentors. The decline in male volunteerism has left the organization exploring other options.
FOB piece crafted for "The Numbers" section in Southwest Airlines' in-flight magazine, Spirit.
Nestled between towering skyscrapers and the Brooklyn Bridge, rests a vegetative oasis ripe for the picking. Gotham Greens, a hydroponics greenhouse facility, sits on a warehouse rooftop and brings new meaning to the phrase "locally grown" - especially atop a 15,000-square-foot manufacturing building in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
The United States is lagging behind other countries when it comes down to overall recycling efforts. As the world's largest trash producing country at 1,609 pounds of trash per person, per year, according to the EPA, it raises questions why the land of opportunity isn't taking advantage of its position to help reduce some of the Earth's greenhouse gas emissions.
High-tech helipads modernize emergency transport services in Travis County, Texas
How can the largest university in Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas, lead the pack in sustainability? Build a green football stadium, of course. The University of North Texas (UNT), whose main college grounds are located in Denton, Texas, recently added a new facility to its campus aesthetic and to the green building movement.
LEAPING LIZARDS: If you're scratching your head wondering what's up with the egg on all the Cirque Du Soleil posters - you can certainly find out tonight as OVO hits the Dr. Pepper Arena in Frisco. The insect-themed acrobatic sensation centers on the appearance of a mysterious egg in the land of all things creepy, crawly.
FOB lifestyle piece crafted for "The Numbers" section of Southwest Airlines' in-flight magazine, Spirit
THE COOL KID IN TOWN BROUGHT SOME FRIENDS: Unless you've been living under a rock (or don't listen to the radio) than you've heard the lyrics to "Cooler Than Me" resonate through the speakers and stay in your head for hours on end. Well, you have pop music maker Mike Posner to blame for that.
Environmental responsibility doesn't stop at the recycling bin. Now a day, even the wedding industry has more consumers opting for eco-friendly ceremonies down the aisle. The wedding industry generates a hefty sum of revenue each year - mostly toward disposable products. The average U.S.
One person was killed in a plane crash in rural Wise County on Sunday evening. The pilot, Steve Dauenhauer, died when the Cessna 210 aircraft went down in the rural area of Wise County at about 7:30 p.m. Three survivors were rushed to the Parkland Hospital Burn Unit in Dallas.
Interstate 35E over the Trinity River was shut down for nearly nine hours Thursday morning after a tractor trailer carrying 89 cows to a ranch in Paris flipped on its side overnight in Dallas. The driver of the trailer, 20-year-old Marcus Melvin Brownlow, has been detained on suspicion of driving while intoxicated.
A McKinney Boyd High School student is in police custody after a threatening statement was posted on Facebook Monday night, police say. According to the McKinney Police Department, the teen, who is not being identified due to his age, was taken into custody at about 9:30 p.m.
A 3-month-old baby boy died Monday night after being mauled by the family's pit bull. Burleson police say officers responded to a 911 hang-up call at a home on the 200-block of Linda Drive at about 6:45 p.m. When they arrived, they reported a family disturbance.
NBC 5 has learned that Dallas police took into custody a missing Texas A&M student-athlete who was located early Thursday morning. Texas A&M University police confirmed that Thomas Linze Johnson, a graduate of Dallas' Skyline High School and a freshman wide receiver on the Aggie football team, was found in Dallas at about 2:30 a.m.
Former Dallas Cowboys star Deion Sanders was charged with misdemeanor assault in an alleged altercation with his wife one day after she was arrested in connection with the incident. Prosper police said late Tuesday that further investigation led to citations against both Deion and Pilar Sanders.