Christina Clarke is currently attending Bellevue College, where she is pursuing a master's degree in psychology, as she plans on becoming a counselor for children and teens after she graduates. Christina was involved in 4-H program as a teen and she feels that our youth deserve a positive public role model. Having traveled overseas to perform for our troops and their families on a USO tour, she says she is devoted to making a difference in the lives of children and teens throughout the world.
Christina enjoys dedicating much of her time to serving her state, working with organizations including Project Homeless Connect, United Way, and Hope for Horses. She was also a member of the Sea Gals, which allowed her to work with organizations including Seattle's Battered Women's Shelter and the Special Olympics.
Raised in a supportive family of Christian faith, Christina says she has developed and maintained a great sense of honest morals and values. Christina shares that a quote given to her at a young age, "What you receive is directly connected to how you believe", served as her greatest life lesson and her goal is to share that simple yet significant message across the nation.
Christina is also a singer, guitarist, professional cheerleader, softball state champion, academic achiever, and has been a competitive horseback rider for 14 years.