Christine Kung’u, is a leader with over a decade of experience in developing and implementing strategic initiatives, partnerships, in the area of interpersonal violence awareness, prevention and intervention. A lawyer from Kenya, Christine has worked with survivors of Interpersonal violence both in Kenya and U.S. She recently served as the Assistant Director of Interpersonal Violence Prevention and Response at IUPUI, providing direct support for survivors of sexual and relationship violence. Christine is excited to be part of the COIN, to help in its goal towards increasing access to information, collaboration, resources, and connection to multiple local organizations committed to providing legal, and other services for immigrants.
Christine became a Board Member in December of 2022
DURING TIME AT COIN
In the first few months of working with COIN, Christine hit the ground running and wasted no time getting involved. In her short time, she has been instrumental in the planning of the Walk A Mile In A Refugee's Shoes Event which will occur in May. Christine has also been able to give back to the community in many different ways. Recently, she attended Sycamore School, on behalf of COIN, to share her journey to the United Stated with students. While this doesn't encompass everything Christine has done, it does provide insight to what a hardworking individual she is, COIN is delighted to have such reliable and hard working Board Member.