A strong woman who faced a lot of challenges at her young age. Her stories have great values of different cultures traditions. She is passionate about Children’s Well-Being | Dedicated to Children’s Education and Foster-Orphan Children | She has a compassionate heart towards children.
Christina was instilled with the foundation of a successful work ethic since she was a child. She watched her father build and succeed his import/export textile business since she was 6 years old. During this time, her father taught her the basics of the trade believing Christina would continue in his footsteps and flourish as a businesswoman. Business industry runs in her family. Not only was her father being a very successful businessman, her great grandfather was also a very wealthy businessman who left his legacy by founding two schools in South Korea. Prior to founding two schools, S.N. Middle School and High School, he was a promoter of Korea Defense Agency when the Sino- Japanese War had broken out. In 1937, he ran his big company of gold mining and had invested in various of fields such as financial trusts, catering, manufacturing, and commerce. From a rich line of family success, Christina has decided to follow familial footsteps as a business entrepreneur.
Christina was born in Los Angeles, California with both Koreas descents. The oldest in the family, Christina dealt with parents’ different cultural belief. Because her parents carried an old Korean traditions, Christina was enrolled in a Korean Preschool. At age 6, to purse her careers and future, she had to put her parents’ strict culture behind and realize who she was as a young child that had her own dream and voice. At age 6, Christina had a huge ear operation and during this struggle, her parents transferred her into a private school. After several ear surgeries, Christina faced a hearing loss but the challenges never stopped her. Christina continued to use her vision to pursue studies in design educations. She studied Fashion at Otis College College of Art and Design then transferred to study Product Design at Art Center College of Design. Using her two talented hands she wanted to further her design education into patisseries at Le Cordon Bleu of Los Angeles-Hollywood, California. Christina never gives up. Christina will fight any challenges until she wins.
Fairmont Prep Academy
1998 – 2002
Otis College of Art and Design
Art Center College of Design
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