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Partner Profile: Christina Lynch

Each month we highlight an individual working to make the justice system more accessible to DC residents. This month features Christina Lynch, Programs Officer at the Foundation and DCBF team member for more than four years.


Programs Officer

Years on the Job

4.5 years

Where did you grow up?

Raleigh, NC

What was your first job in DC and what did you learn?

The 2012 Presidential Inauguration. I learned how to effectively work with many different people in a short period of time to execute a VERY large, security-heavy event.


Favorite Movie

Any of the Harry Potter movies

Favorite Vacation Spot

My go-to, home-away-from-home is the Outer Banks.

One Item from your Bucket List

Own a horse farm


Horseback riding, soccer, running, HIIT, cooking

Your dream for our legal system is…

that justice is accessible to everyone.


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