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Christina Mitchell

LIFE COACH

Christina takes a vision and makes it a reality through sound strategy development and hands-on involvement. She intuitively sees the potential in others and opportunities for growth in those she works with and brings them together into a coherent whole. She is an impactful life coach and she achieved this by sharing her story in such a way that it speaks to the humanity in all who are listening. She challenges others to live up to the potential that they know they are capable of.
Christina takes a vision and makes it a reality through sound strategy development and hands-on involvement. She intuitively sees the potential in others and opportunities for growth in those she works with and brings them together into a coherent whole. She is an impactful life coach and she achieved this by sharing her story in such a way that it speaks to the humanity in all who are listening. She challenges others to live up to the potential that they know they are capable of.
She is an inspirational leader who tells stories that call people to action while at the same time is grounded in passion from first-hand experiences. Respected as a credible voice in advocacy, Christina poised herself and is determined to amplify the narrative surrounding being from the inner city of Jamaica, poor, a woman, LGBT and an immigrant living in America.

She has made appearances on Netflix, in the New York times and Diva Mag UK. Mitchell holds a BS in Kinesiology from Liberty University and a Masters degree in Sports Science from the Gardner-Webb Univ, she is also a Certified Exercise Physiologist through the American College of Sports Medicine and is a Certified Life Coach.

Currently, as CEO of Dianna Mitchy as a certified life coach, Mitchell also oversees the operation of two budding non-profit organizations. She is now actively pursuing writing and transformational speaking as a means of expanding her platform. She began her career in public speaking in Jamaica as a young girl, from being on debate and sports teams, she has always advocated for the voiceless and the underserved.