Prior to joining Impact A Hero, Christina Resendez had a career in law enforcement for two decades. Throughout her career, Christina quickly moved into leadership roles in the first few years, including Field Training Officer and joining the Emergency Response Team as the only female member.
She has also mentored local children, provided community safety awareness training programs, and was recognized for her efforts by receiving several awards and recognition. In 2008, she was recognized for her outstanding contribution to the department by receiving the Officer of the Year Award.
While serving in law enforcement, she held the positions of Patrol Sergeant, Administrative Sergeant, and Field Training Coordinator. She is also an FBI Law Enforcement Executive Association (FBI-LEEDA) Trilogy recipient. Christina currently serves as a reserve deputy, while working with Impact A Hero.
Resendez continues to make a difference by volunteering in her community and is a servant leader. In addition, she and her children have volunteered with several non-profits, including The MILA Foundation, and The Xena Project.
Christina is a mother of three. Her oldest daughter served in the United States Army.