Christina leads ICF’s research, analytical and evaluation services in European public health policy. She manages assignments for the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Health and Food Safety, its executive agency Chafea, and other parts of the Commission that work on health at European and international level (DG JUST, DG EMPL, DG ECHO).
She brings over 12 years’ experience in designing, implementing and managing evaluation, research and implementation projects and studies in the field of public health, well-being and humanitarian aid. Christina specializes in the design of evaluation frameworks, qualitative data collection tools and analysis. She has evaluated the effectiveness of laws, policies and programs to improve health policies, reduce discrimination in healthcare, and ensure primary health services are provided to the most vulnerable across the globe. She has been involved in numerous Expert Groups organized by the European institutions, most recently working with DG Health and Food Safety as an evaluation expert on setting up criteria for best practice promotion and prevention projects.
Prior to joining ICF, Christina worked for European public health organisations and the UK local government. Christina holds a degree in European Studies (Law and Policy) with French, and a certification in Business French, from the University of Kent, United Kingdom. She has also completed certified courses in International Humanitarian Law and Improving Health and Health Equity.