Christina's work combines sharp analytical skills with a passion for creativity and new ideas.
Beginning her professional life as a youth worker and completing a degree in social work, Christina spent over 15 years in direct service, management and executive positions. In 2002, Christina began Kalico Consulting and completed a masters degree in social research methods in 2006. In 2017, Christina gained a place in the Executive Program in Social Entrepreneurship at the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
The rich diversity of people and agencies that she works with, as well as the breadth of projects undertaken, is what Christina likes most about her work. A skilled facilitator, Christina's practice is underpinned by a deep belief in the potential of change and the importance of building strength and resilience.
Since graduating with a Bachelor of Jurisprudence (Hons) and Bachelor of Laws (Hons) in 1987, Maxina has had the privilege of working with a diverse range of client groups and organisations.
Maxina has extensive experience of working within the not for profit and government sectors in a range of roles including direct service delivery and senior management positions. She is a part time member of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal.
In 2005 Maxina ceased legal practice and since joining Kalico Consulting in 2011 has focused upon developing her expertise in the areas of evaluation, social research, managing organisational change and governance.