Christina works closely with emerging and established tech companies from the consumer internet, software, telecommunications, and entertainment industries, as well as a number of leading venture capital firms, in connection with venture financings, convertible note financings, venture debt, and M&A transactions. She also provides general business advice on the day-to-day issues her clients face throughout their lifecycles.
An effective communicator who is dedicated and responsive to each client she serves, Christina thrives in the fast-paced environment of emerging and fast-growth tech companies. She feels a personal commitment to helping clients achieve their specific company vision and remains aligned with their business objectives.
Christina devotes time to pro bono work by representing immigrants (specifically, unaccompanied alien children) in asylum cases. She has also participated in the firm’s Records Expungement Clinic, which focuses on helping members of low-income communities expunge charges or arrests that hinder their potential to advance.
Prior to joining Lowenstein, Christina worked in the corporate and banking departments at Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP. She also has experience in bankruptcy-related matters, project finance, and infrastructure. Earlier, she served as a fellow at the New York City Law Department during the tenure of then-Corporate Counsel Michael A. Cardozo.
Prior to law school, Christina worked at Analysis Group, an economic consulting firm in San Francisco.