Christina Quattrocchi has been a teacher, an entrepreneur and a community organizer. She received her masters in teaching from Pace University School of Education in New York and taught math and created math curriculum at Mott Haven Village Prep High School, a public school in the South Bronx. She later worked as a community organizer at Portland's Stand for Children, were she trained and coached team members in public speaking and networking. She also served as the educational operations manager for Caldera Arts in Portland, where she managed in- and out-of-school programs for underserved middle and high school students. She moved to Shanghai, China where she consulted for Compassion for Migrant Children, a program that aimed to help migrant children throughout China. When she returned to the US, she wound up teaching at High Tech High. Christina is also a 2013 Education Pioneers Fellow.