The BCFS System has named Christina D. Houghton its Director of Property and Risk Management. As Director, Houghton will oversee the agency’s purchase of and enrollment in insurance programs, identify risk exposures, and recommend solutions.
Houghton joined the BCFS System in 2015 as Executive Assistant to the BCFS System’s Office of the Executive Vice President of Community, International & Residential Operations. Soon after, she began supporting the Executive Vice President of Public Affairs & Communications, the Executive Vice President of Labor and Employment Law, and the Executive Director of Children’s Emergency Relief International (CERI).
“Christina has been a great asset to our agency,” said BCFS System Executive Vice President Kari Tatro. “Her promotion as a director will give her the opportunity to utilize more of her professional skill set and business expertise. We look forward to her continued contribution to our team and mission.”
Houghton earned a bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Texas at San Antonio and is currently pursuing a Master of Business Administration degree from Texas A&M-Corpus Christi. A native of Dallas, Texas, she enjoys travel and spending time with her partner, Rudy, and their two-year-old daughter, Sofia.
The BCFS System is a global system of health and human services non-profit organizations with locations throughout the United States, in Europe, Latin America, South Asia, and Africa with the goal of charting innovative paths to address critical unmet needs of communities affected by disaster and underprivileged individuals and families.
For information, visit BCFS.net.