As a journalist, Christian frequently attends his city's monthly council meetings. He then summarizes and broadcasts recap segments for his local news network, KGEM-TV. Christian utilizes social media to communicate to his community, and has written op-eds for national publications.
Christian has worked tirelessly to fight for what he believes in: mental health policy, LGBTQ+ rights, and climate justice. He serves as a committee member on his local Democratic club's Refugee Task Force, working closely with those seeking new opportunities in the United States. Christian has volunteered on multiple national, state, and city-wide campaigns, including: Joe Biden for President 2020, Vote No To Recall Gavin Newsom 2021, Sashary Zaroyan for Monrovia City Council 2022, Karen Bass for L.A. Mayor 2022, Vote Yes To State of CA Prop 1, and Adam Schiff for U.S. Senate 2024. Additionally, Christian serves as the Deputy Communications Director at Dream for America, a non-profit organization focused on building Gen-Z political power.
Christian was born in Arcadia, California, and currently resides in the San Gabriel Valley, attending high school at Bosco Tech. He will attend college at Stanford University in the Fall of 2023, where he plans to study Public Policy.
In early 2023, Christian completed his campaign for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Student Visionaries of the Year. He truly believes that we can end cancer in our lifetimes.
Following college, Christian plans to run for the U.S. Congress. He believes in a community where all are included, regardless of race, ethnicity, background, sex, and economic status.
Entrepreneurship is rooted in Christian's core. It's what inspired him to respond to the devastating effects of the COVID-19 pandemic by founding the company ITeens. Today, ITeens is a well-recognized, award-winning tech support service.