Kristina Robinson Hunt – #100women
OUR 55th WOMAN YOU SHOULD KNOW:
Mrs. Kristina Robinson Hunt
She is a strong, dedicated, hardworking woman who upholds elegance and the law.
Kristina Robinson Hunt, J.D. is a native of Detroit, Michigan. The daughter of clergy, Kristina places a strong emphasis on her faith, and works to serve others by giving of her time and talents. Currently, Kristina works as a Youth Specialist for the Methodist Children’s Home Society. She serves youth, who have been abused or neglected, in a residential setting after their entry into the foster care system. Kristina hopes to help the residents of Methodist transition into the community as a member of a team of professionals that serves the needs of each child. Prior to working at Methodist, Kristina served her community in the legal field.
While pursuing her law degree, Kristina worked as a legislative aid for former Michigan State Senator Virgil Smith Jr., D-Detroit. She served the constituents of the fourth state senate district in the areas of constituent relations, legislative affairs, and public policy. Kristina researched key pieces of legislation, resolved constituent inquiries with several state agencies, and helped continue work attracting new opportunities for Detroit. In addition, she was treasurer for The Committee to Elect Virgil Smith State Senator. After finishing her legal education, she worked both in a corporate and firm setting.
Her guiding motto is best articulated by the late great Muhammad Ali, “Service to others is the rent you pay for your room here on Earth.” Kristina is passionate about volunteering, advocacy, and outreach. She served as a Big Sister in the Capital Area Boys and Girls Club (Lansing Michigan), a volunteer advocate with the Lansing Teen Court, a diversion program for youth charged with misdemeanor offenses, a trained volunteer with the Barry and Eaton County Court Appointed Special Advocate Program, a student member of the Davis Dunning Bar Association (Lansing, MI), and an Extern with the Washtenaw County Public Defender’s Office working with an Attorney Guardian Ad Litem assigned to the child abuse and neglect unit. Moving forward she hopes to continue working with youth in the foster care system and advocate for families raising special needs children.
With a world that is in desperate need of caring and genuine persons, she is one that we can surely count on.
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