Kristina Howard is a mother of three who wants to leave behind a legacy of change for her children and for future generations of our beautiful planet. She grew up in a small town in the Ktunaxa territory of British Columbia with a love for nature and wildlife, and has lived in Alberta since 2005 with a continued value of environmental responsibility.
After working several years in the service industry, Kristina decided to upgrade her education from a junior high equivalency, to now being in her finishing credits of a BA degree at MacEwan University with a major in Anthropology and a double minor in Psychology and Political Science. She has dedicated much of her studies toward the impacts of climate change in regards to displacement, biodiversity, resource scarcity, and international security.
Kristina currently lives on Treaty 6 territory and has been residing in the West Henday region for the last decade. She wants to give Edmontonians in her riding the opportunity to vote for the GPA in support of a sustainable Alberta.