Hey friends, Christina here!
I am a Senior Transition Specialist.
My superpower is helping people like you!
Shortly after starting Christina to the Rescue in 2018 and fulfilling a long-time dream of mine, my husband and I, relocated to Springfield, Missouri to start our own little homestead complete with dogs, cats, horses, chickens and goats!
This city girl never knew the farm life was exactly what I had been missing. Spending my free time hanging outside with my goats and working on the Homestead is my absolute favorite thing. Over the past few years, my husband and I have managed to fine tune our gardening, figure out that chicken math is real, and horses are just overgrown expensive yard dogs… BUT we wouldn’t change a thing!
Along with a love for animals, I have always had a passion for helping others and have worked in many industries that have allowed me to do just that. With over 20 years working in the legal industry, social work and foster care, I have always found myself looking for new ways to help and to do more. So, in 2018, combining my passion for helping people with my business acumen, I finally made the decision to leap into the world of entrepreneurship and ‘Christina to the Rescue’ was born.
Although Christina to the Rescue started off as a Virtual Assistant business in 2018, we have grown into so much more! After assisting a VA client with her dad’s estate and helping my own family with moving my grandma into a nursing home, I realized there was a need for Christina to the Rescue to offer something more.
In 2020, Christina to the Rescue switched gears and we now provide Senior Transition Management as well as Home Organization, Downsizing & Packing/Unpacking. Nothing brings me more joy then helping others. Being good at organizing is only a small part of it though. Honestly working close with my clients and being able to empathize with their situation goes a long way towards obtaining their end result. I put my all into each and every job and walk away knowing that my clients have had a huge weight lifted off their shoulders.