Christina is an internationally recognized cyber attorney, thought leader and business executive available to lead/consult in the areas of cyber, privacy, ethics, collaboration, Internet governance, RIM, IoT, innovation, board service and diversity. She focuses her strategic consulting on cyber risk, ediscovery and information governance. In addition to being a Certified Records Manager, she taught “Information Policy” at the Masters level at The George Washington University. A community leader, she served on the Boards of MWC ARCS, the Fairfax Law Foundation, the Women's Alliance for Financial Education, ARMA NOVA, the Hellenic American Women's Council and the Women’s Bar Association of DC. She received her Zertifikat Deutsch als Fremdsprache from the Goethe Institut and studied advanced French conversation on scholarship at the Alliance Française in Paris, France. She is a magna cum laude graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University (BS- Biology/ BA-Philosophy; Minors- Mathematics/French, University Honors) and received her JD from the Marshall-Wythe School of Law at the College of William & Mary.
Speaker: ILTACON 2016 Annual Educational Conference, Governing Data In The Cloud
Speaker: ILTACON 2016 Annual Educational Conference, The Dark Web: The Wild West of the Internet