Kristine joined Restore NYC in February 2017 as the Impact Assessment Coordinator. She graduated from CUNY Hunter College in May 2016 with a B.A. in Political Science and Human Rights. Throughout her time in college, Kristine was introduced to the issue of human trafficking through her classes, where she developed a sense of activism and passion for those victim to social injustices. Through Intervarsity Christian Fellowship at Hunter College, she was able to bring awareness to students at Hunter College via their social justice campaigns.
Shortly after graduation, Kristine began work for A21 at their office in Greece, working with survivors of human trafficking in safe homes and refugee camps around the city of Thessaloniki. She was also A21’s primary editor and researcher for their submission to the State Department’s Trafficking in Persons Report. Her education and work experience helped her realize that her passion is to work towards making the world a place where everyone can live in true freedom.
While working at Restore part-time, Kristine is currently a student at Northeastern School of Law where she hopes to develop a career that’ll further aid those in need.