Christina focuses her practice on environmental litigation, transactional and regulatory matters, including work involving the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act, the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act and other major state and federal environmental regulatory programs.
Prior to joining Frost Brown Todd, Christina was employed by Ohio EPA for more than a dozen years, rising to the level of Supervisor in the Division of Air Pollution Control. There, she performed and oversaw compliance inspections, the drafting and negotiation of state and federal air permits, administrative and judicial enforcement actions, and all other functions of the Division. Her regulatory experience spans numerous industries, including ferro-alloy production, paper mills, asphalt plants, and oil and gas facilities, including wellpads, midstream facilities and fractionation plants.
Christina graduated summa cum laude from Capital University Law School in 2019 and was awarded the prestigious American Law Institute Continuing Legal Education Scholarship and Leadership Award, which recognizes the single graduate who best represents a combination of scholarship and leadership.
Capital University Law School, J.D., 2019, summa cum laude
Ohio University, MS, Environmental Studies, 2009
Miami University, BA, Zoology, 2000
Ohio State Bar Association
Columbus Bar Association
Women Lawyers of Franklin County
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Bar Association
“Hot Topics in Stormwater Law and Litigation,” Ohio Stormwater Conference, August 28, 2020
“On Golden Pond? Risk of Liability: Ponds, Dams, and Flooding” Ohio Stormwater Conference, August 28, 2020
“Top 5 Tips for Conducting Voluntary Environmental Audits,” Cincy Magazine, Winter 2022: 3; Reprinted in Columbus Bar Association’s Legal Connections Newsletter, January 7, 2022
“The Women of Our Past: 100 Years of Women’s Suffrage,” Columbus Bar Lawyers Quarterly, Summer 2020: 40-43
December 3, 2021
March 30, 2020