Christina Rosamond

Christina Rosamond, Associate, supports our Northern Latin America practice.

Christina M. Rosamond graduated magna cum laude from Georgetown University’s Walsh School of Foreign Service in May 2024. She pursued a major in Latin American Regional Studies and minors in Spanish and International Development. During this time, she studied in Buenos Aires, Argentina and conducted research on Senegalese migrants’ integration into Argentina through the informal economy.

Christina worked as an intern supporting USAID’s Local Health System Sustainability Project in Latin America and the Caribbean through Abt Global. She also served as a research assistant exploring labor on the nineteenth-century Bolivian frontier through Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service and a tutor supporting Central American migrants’ naturalization through CARECEN. Christina is fluent in English and Spanish and proficient in Portuguese.