November 28, 2022

Christina Vieira da Rosa ’21

Christina serves as an Assistant Regional Counsel for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 10. She works in the Office of Regional Counsel’s Land Law Branch, where she provides legal support for matters arising under CERCLA and RCRA. Prior to joining EPA, Christina spent time in Malawi and Tanzania where she studied animal behavior, wildlife trafficking, and human-wildlife conflict.

During her time at Lewis & Clark, Christina was a member of the National Environmental Moot Court team and Lewis & Clark Law Review. She also published writing on how wildfire impacts spotted owl habitat, and the application of Title IX abroad.

In her free time, Christina is an avid traveler and enjoys spending time with her partner and dog. She also volunteers with the Seattle Chapter of the Surfrider Foundation.