Christina Córdova-Herrera (she/her/ella) is a born and raised Chicagoan, daughter of Mexican immigrants, mother, and Army wife. She’s a passionate advocate for issues affecting the Latino, immigrant, veteran, and mental health communities.

As the Director of Communications for Chicago Foundation for Women, Christina is responsible for developing and executing the Foundation’s overall communications, media, marketing, public relations, digital strategy, and community outreach.

Before joining CFW, Christina worked as the Director of Marketing and Communications for Benefit Chicago, an award-winning place-based impact investing fund, where she managed the overall communications, marketing, and community outreach efforts. Previously, she was the Communications Manager for Online and Spanish Media at the Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Chicago, where she managed the website content, social media, and Spanish media relations for the organization. Christina’s prior experience also includes serving as a Marketing Manager for Viva Entertainment Network, a Hispanic marketing, concert, talent, and venue management company, where she managed multiple event marketing programs, deliverables, and sponsorship opportunities for a variety of clients, including several Fortune 500 companies.

Christina received her Bachelor of Arts from Columbia College Chicago in Marketing Communications and her Master of Arts in Mass Communication from the University of Florida focused on Public Relations.