Serves as a mentor at the Women in Construction Program facilitated by the Tanzania Women Architects for Humanity (TAWAH) organization.
A graduate architect from Ardhi University (ARU), currently working as a project manager at II Group Ltd, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Christina also serves as a mentor at the Women in Construction Program facilitated by the Tanzania Women Architects for Humanity (TAWAH) organization. Through various collaborations, Christina has assisted in research on areas of urban development, public art, and intercultural competence while designing with a diverse team. In 2016, recommendations from her bachelor of architecture dissertation report were featured in the approved 2016–2036 Dar es Salaam Master Plan, with credit due to AfriArch Associates, where she was working at the time. She is also a recipient of the Erasmus+ exchange scholarship, that allowed her to attend UHasselt in Belgium from 2020 to 2021 during her joint M.Arch. degree studies in collaboration with ARU. In 2021, she was featured in a ‘Flood Savers’ designing and building hackathon at Bonde la Mpunga, Msasani, that triggered her passion for pursuing humanitarian architecture. As a member of the Architects Association of Tanzania (AAT), Christina plays an active role in debates and policy discussions on developing the built environment in the country.