Christina Gray and her husband enjoy being an active part of the Woodvale community within Mill Woods. The 14-year resident of Mill Woods graduated from Concordia University College of Alberta with an applied degree in psychology.
Previously working as a project manager for a local software development consulting company, Gray has always enjoyed working for local small businesses and values collaborating to make a positive difference in people’s lives.
Christina was awarded a YWCA Women of Distinction award in the Inroads category, for her work in the non-traditional field of computer software development. Previously she was a software developer for a family owned small business and a computer programming instructor for a local technical school. However, she gives back to her community through her volunteer work with Support Network, Mill Woods Crime Council and Woodvale Community League. She is also a past chair of the Edmonton Transit System Advisory Board