Christina Meredith grew up on the east coast of sunny Florida with her seven brothers and sisters. Shortly after Christina’s 8th grade year she was frequently placed into the care of other family and friends due to the instability went to Allen D. Nease high school were [singlepic id=680 w=320 h=240 float=left]she excelled in ROTC, Cross Country, and Track and Field. Due to the extensive abuse she was experiencing at home, The department of family services placed Christina into the foster care system were she remained a ward of the state until her 18th birthday. Shortly after she graduating high school and leaving the foster care system, Christina with no where to turn lived in her car for almost a year.
Christina moved around several cities eventually ending up in the Golden State, California. Her hardships and struggles have shaped her into the woman she is today. She knows the trouble of a broken home and her goal is to impact the hearts and lives of other young girls and women in hopes of encouraging them to never quit on themselves. Christina’s tenacious attitude gave her the ability to compete for the state title , Ms. California United States and claim the crown. Christina’s strong faith in God and her passion for life are the driving force of her founding her non profit, which helps underprivileged young girls and women. She also plans to release her first book this year detailing the stories of her life.
Christina resides in Ventura, California and competes for the national title, Ms. United States, in Washington DC over Fourth of July weekend