Christina Gusman-Meyers joined the Boys & Girls Clubs of Stanislaus County in the fall of 2022. Christina moved to Modesto from Stockton in 2017, after marrying her husband, Nick. Born and raised in Stockton, she is a graduate of the University of the Pacific and San Joaquin Delta College. Her passion for non-profit work started with The Women’s Center – Youth & Family Services where she was hired as a part-time, Development Assistant. She has held development roles at UCP San Joaquin and Center for Human Services, collectively she has over 10 years of fund development and event planning experience.
Christina is passionate about empowering youth, particularly youth in underserved and underrepresented communities, through education. She currently serves on the Stanislaus Latino Chamber of Commerce Foundation Board of Directors and was recognized as Ambassador of the Year by the chamber in April 2023. She is also a graduate of the 2023 Latino Leadership Initiative through City Ministries.
One of Christina’s favorite parts of her role at BGCSC is visiting Club Sites, at the Clubs, she is able to get to know our Club Kids, their stories, and hear how important the organization's programs are to them and their families. Having four children of her own, she understands the important role the Boys & Girls Clubs of Stanislaus County plays in providing peace of mind for parents that their children have a safe place to go afterschool.
Outside of work, Christina enjoys traveling, reading, heated Vinyasa and Bikram Yoga, and spending time with her family - which consists of her husband, their four children, and their 3 dogs.