Christina Eastman

Christina Eastman

Christina Eastman is a graduate of the University of Rochester and the Eastman School of Music, where she received degrees in engineering and violin performance. Prior to joining American Philanthropic’s Denver office, Christina graduated from the Heritage Foundation’s Young Leaders Program.

Christina is currently a writing fellow at America’s Future Foundation. Her writing has appeared at Fox News, the Daily Signal, American Greatness, and the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation Witness Blog. She is also a member of the violin section of the Boulder Symphony.


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