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Christina Wright has a Master of Philosophy in Film Theory & History from Trinity College Dublin, a Bachelors in Drama from San Francisco State University and an Associates in Speech Communications from Foothill College. She works as an Adjunct Faculty member in Film and Television at De Anza College, Online Faculty for the Character Education Resource Center at University of San Diego’s School of Leadership and Education Sciences and Wellness Arts Coach for Bauman Wellness. She is also on the Writing Teams for Journeys in Film and Growing Leaders developing K-12 curriculum in SEL. She has facilitated arts education workshops and discussions with a focus on media literacy, character education, leadership development and holistic wellness at a number of schools and conference centers.

Christina currently serves on the Executive Committee and Advisory Board for Bauman Wellness, the Board of Directors for the UNA Monterey Bay Chapter, serving on the Youth Education Committee and the International Documentary Film Festival Committee, and as a Facilitator of educational materials developed by The Ruhi Institute. She holds certificates in Social Emotional Arts from UCLArts&Healing,  Character Development Education from University of San Diego: Professional and Continuing Education and Certification in Leadership Development Coaching from the Co-Active Training Institute.

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