Christina Medina is the Regional Business Manager for Pacific Power. In this role, she serves as a customer and community liaison representing a regional hub for Pacific Power in Jackson County, Oregon, and Del Norte County, California. She provides area representation for local government affairs, economic development, account management, program engagement and implementation, and stakeholder relations on behalf of Pacific Power.
In this role, she also establishes and supports relationships with prominent public and private businesses, governmental organizations, and social and environmental justice groups. This includes outreach and collaboration on challenges impacting BIPOC, Tribal, rural, coastal, and other groups to promote successful, collective approaches to achieve solutions and resolve adverse or disempowering outcomes for these communities.
Christina currently serves on the boards of Asante Health System, Britt Arts and Music Festival, Medford Chamber of Commerce, and the Firebrand Collective (formerly Remake Talent) as that board’s president. She serves on the Medford Climate Adaptation Resiliency Planning Committee, Coalicion Fortaleza Advisory Council, Rogue Retreat Community Advisory Council, and co-chairs the Medford Vision 2040 Vision Implementation Committee. She is also a fellow of the American Leadership Forum.
She previously served on the boards of the Rogue Community College Foundation; Southern Oregon Regional Economic Development, Inc.; Rogue Valley Clean Cities Coalition; Oregon Energy Fund; the Grants Pass Chamber of Commerce as its president.
Christina Medina has a B.S. degree from Southern Oregon University in Innovation and Leadership with a minor in Psychology.