Christine Karamagi

Christine has a range of experience in the legal, policy, and software sectors primarily conducting research and analysis. She joined our team following work as a Criminal Defense Litigation Paralegal at Arguedas, Cassman, & Headley LLP where she handled a breadth of cases, including a criminal case related to online pharmacy drug shipments. Prior to her litigation experience, she conducted research on early childhood issues, at Next Generation, to promote public awareness and improve policies that affect children and families. She also worked at Google Inc., where she independently designed and conducted qualitative research to assess the usage of Google’s search engine in Sub-Saharan Africa.

A critical thinker, Christine thrives in examining issues and working on complex theories to solve problems. She values social equity and justice and is dedicated to using factual knowledge to inform decisions affecting those vulnerable in society.

Christine graduated from Stanford University with a B.A. in Psychology focused on Health and Development. She currently lives in Berkeley.