Christina comes to Juno with a wealth of experience and passion, having worked across the intersections of family/intimate partner violence, family services, disability service provision, mental health, suicide prevention and the LGBTIQA/SB+ space.
Their previous roles have included Advanced Practice Leader at the Orange Door, LGBTIQ+ Safety and Responsiveness Project Officer at St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne, working alongside sex workers as a case manager and in the Magistrates Court and child protection.
Christina is also a committed community organiser and activist working on grassroots campaigns, including Naarm’s International Women’s Day March, the recent Organise 4 Equality campaign, our inaugural Trans Pride Concert and Trans Pride March.
“I am so excited to work for Juno as we do the deep work in and for community. My values align with Juno as a political, intersectional feminist organisation and culturally is a great fit, I look forward to progressing our agenda alongside my amazing colleagues.”
We are thrilled to have Christina join the Juno team and look forward to seeing the amazing impact they will make!