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Christina Hodgson

City of Edmonton | Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

A lawyer since 2019


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City of Edmonton
3 Sir Winston Churchill Square Northwest, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada T5J 3A3
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Christina Hodgson-Mousseau, a lawyer with the City of Edmonton, combines a JD from the University of Calgary with a background in Biological Sciences and Philosophy from the University of Alberta. Her professional life revolves around municipal law and environmental issues. Passionate about these fields, she also enjoys cooking new recipes in her spare time.

In her role at the City of Edmonton, Christina has contributed significantly to various projects, particularly those focusing on environmental and business licensing. She celebrates the achievements of her team, highlighting their success in energy efficiency and waste reduction initiatives. These projects include the Clean Energy Improvement Program, recognized with a Canada's Clean50 project award. Christina's enthusiasm for her work is evident in her support and acknowledgment of her colleagues' efforts and accomplishments.

Christina's professional journey began with several key roles that laid the foundation for her current position. Her experience includes:

  • Solicitor at the City of Edmonton (July 2019 - Present)

  • Articling Student at the City of Edmonton (June 2018 - July 2019)

  • Summer Student at the City of Calgary's Law Department (May 2017 - August 2017)

  • Conservation Legal Researcher at Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society of Northern Alberta (May 2016 - August 2016)

  • Waitress at Taste of Ukraine (January 2012 - July 2015)

  • Summer Camp Coordinator at Shumka School of Dance (June 2011 - August 2012)

These positions reflect her versatility and dedication across various fields, from environmental law to community service.

Christina's educational background is robust, with her JD from the University of Calgary where she was actively involved in Student Legal Assistance, the Environmental Law Society, and competitive volleyball. At the University of Alberta, she graduated with distinction in Biological Sciences, participating in the Ukrainian Students Society, and contributing to Ferruginous Hawk research.

Her research experience includes a project analyzing Ferruginous Hawk hunting strategies, combining data from multiple sources to explore correlations with external conditions. This academic endeavor showcases her analytical skills and her ability to collaborate effectively on complex research projects.

Outside her professional and academic pursuits, Christina has volunteered with the Cross Cancer Institute and Junior Achievement of Northern Alberta. These volunteer roles underline her commitment to giving back to the community and supporting various causes.

Her skills extend beyond legal expertise to include report writing and a proficiency in multiple languages, such as English and Ukrainian. She holds certifications from the National Association of Parliamentarians, which further demonstrate her knowledge of business meeting rules and procedures.

Throughout her career, Christina has been recognized for her achievements, earning distinctions like the Dean's Honor Roll and graduating with distinction from the University of Alberta. Her involvement in various organizations, including the Canadian Bar Association, reflects her ongoing engagement with the legal community and her dedication to professional development.