Christina Hartman grew up in Lancaster County and is a non-profit leader and global advocate for democracy, fair elections, and government accountability. Christina has worked for nearly 20 years as a senior non-profit leader, managing federally-funded programs up to $44 million in scope and advocating for citizens’ rights and government accountability at several high-profile non-profits, including Freedom House, the National Democratic Institute, and the Joyful Heart Foundation and their affiliate offices, in more than 15 countries. In 2016, Christina ran for U.S. Congress in Pennsylvania’s former 16th district, a district initially deemed “too red to win.” However, Christina made this rural district competitive, gaining national attention from EMILY’s List and the DCCC and raising $1.25 million from grassroots supporters. Christina has also channeled her domestic experience in politics back into the international arena and has trained more than 100 women candidates in Liberia and Ukraine on fundraising and communications. Most recently, Christina was part of an international observation mission for Ukraine’s 2019 Presidential election to ensure the integrity of the vote and use international presence to deter violence.

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