Christina Atrach lives in Georgetown, Ontario, where she is a grade 12 student that attends Christ the King Secondary School. She is an active leader both in her school and community. Christina’s passion for leadership and helping others began at a very young age, as she was always looking for an opportunity to become an involved individual. She shines a radiant light of love and positivity in the lives of all those she meets. A philosophy she follows in life is the concept that change is made by those who do not give up and results are made possible through the process of dedication.

She currently is a Student Trustee for the Halton Catholic District School Board, a member of Minister Hunter’s Student Advisory Council, and a mentor for students in her school community. Her positive mentality, collaborative skills, and dedicated work ethic make her a well suited individual for a variety of tasks. Christina creates a genuine relationship with all those she meets, whether they may be stakeholders or the students that she graciously represents.

Christina enjoys advocating for student wellness on both the board and provincial level. It is her hope that all students are given a safe and inclusive environment to learn in, so that they may receive an education where they can reach their full potential. Christina believes that everyone has the ability to establish change that will better others if they put their mind to it. She hopes to assist students of Ontario in creating the change that they desire to see in the educational system by working with an incredible team of powerful leaders.