St. Mary’s Center for Women and Children is pleased to welcome Christina Bryant as their new Chief Administrative Officer.
For over 20 years Christina Bryant has started each day with purpose and intention – to help others. Christina, the youngest of 8, was born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts and is a proud graduate of Boston Latin Academy. During her time at Boston Latin Academy, Christina jumped at the opportunity to join Blue Cross as a Private Industry Council (PIC) Intern.
Christina comes to St. Mary’s Center for Women and Children from Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, where she served as the Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Senior Manager in her most recent role. She was as a key advisor to the Vice President Talent Acquisition, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging and other business leaders by providing directional advice on diversity-related issues, especially as they pertain to policy, practices and talent recruitment and hiring.
When not working, Christina enjoys spending time with her husband, Raymond and 5 children. She volunteers with her children’s Public-School Committees and youth programs in Plymouth, Massachusetts looking to embed diversity, inclusion and belonging efforts.
In her new role as Chief Administrative Officer, Christina is responsible for overseeing human resources and administrative teams including the front desk, security, and IT. She will also work closely with the President and serve on a dedicated 5-person Executive Management Team to support overall operation planning and strategic direction of St. Mary’s Center for Women and Children. Christina will lead a talented and engaged team of 3 direct reports and work closely with external vendors as well as provide strategic leadership by articulating the agency’s needs and plans to internal partners, shareholders, and the Board of Trustees.
About St. Mary’s Center for Women and Children
St. Mary’s Center for Women and Children (St. Mary’s Center), a multi-service organization supporting 500 women, children, and families annually across the city of Boston, believes shelter is not enough to erase the devastation of cyclical poverty and homelessness. Grounded in social justice, St. Mary’s Center empowers families to achieve emotional stability and economic independence through education, workforce development, behavioral health and family medicine, and permanent housing. Their main campus is located in Dorchester—the largest, most diverse neighborhood in Boston.