Christina at Work:
Christina Botzum is an open minded, insightful, and gentle change architect, who sees the big picture while noticing nuances that can make all the difference in a high intensity work environment. She has a knack for helping folks with disparate positions identify common ground and create collaborative pathways to achieve great results. Bi-lingual (Spanish) and adaptable, her perspective can be especially helpful in multicultural organizations.
INDUSTRY PREFERENCES: While helping individuals identify their strengths and maximize them to create positive outcomes translates into every professional arena, Christina’s specialty are primarily in the areas of health care, government, and non-profits.
WORK HISTORY: The constant throughout Christina’s career has been working to help people achieve their greatest potential. From collaborating to establish, manage, and expand small businesses, to leading teams during development and installation of a statewide human services computer system, Christina has always focused on individuals. She has enjoyed supporting clients in locating and accessing the resources they need, whether internal or external, and guiding parties experiencing conflict through a safe resolution process.
CONNECTIONS: An alumna of the University of Denver, where she earned a B.A. in Law and Society and a Master of Social Work, Christina was a Hornbeck Scholar and a member of Lambda Pi Eta Honor Society. While there, she served on the editorial board of Voices magazine. She holds membership in the Mediation Association of Colorado (the MAC) and the National Association of Social Workers (NASW).