Christina Palladino serves in the role of Senior Principal, Public Relations and Communications, at Park Street Public where she assists clients in developing and executing public relations and media outreach strategies. Christina has more than 15 years of broadcast television journalism experience. Most recently she was the lead reporter at Fox9 for their nightly newscasts — reporting on national stories like the civil unrest after the death of George Floyd and the death of Australian native Justine Damond Ruszczyk.
During her three years at Fox9, Christina became one of the most trusted journalists in the Twin Cities, forming partnerships with community activists, non-profit organizations and other entities that helped make a difference and hold people accountable. Prior to her time in Minnesota, Christina spent several years in Milwaukee and Des Moines covering breaking news, politics, and investigative reporting.
During her tenure in Milwaukee, Christina’s reporting on a slain female police officer lead to a national outcry and eventual change in policy on a corporate board that oversaw how police officers killed in action were memorialized in Washington DC.
While in Des Moines, she covered the 2008 and 2012 presidential races, interviewing many candidates including President Barack Obama, Vice President Joe Biden, Governor Tim Pawlenty, Senator Mitt Romney, and former Republican VP candidate Sarah Palin.
Christina has won several Emmy awards and a regional Edward R. Murrow for her work. Christina earned a B.A. in Communications from Fairfield University in Fairfield, CT.
She was born and raised in the Boston area.