Christina Tamayo is a project manager at Grid United.
A U.S. Army veteran, Christina served nine years as a Military Police Officer, specializing in emergency and crisis management. She commanded a team of 180 people across a law enforcement unit and a corrections group and was involved in developing and managing protection, operations, logistics, and sustainability plans and programs. Prior to joining Grid United, Christina was a part of the waste management industry as an associate for innovation, corporate development, and venturing. She was involved in wide-ranging studies and projects involving fleet energy solutions, AI/Machine Learning, rapid prototype design, recycling technology and markets, and land-based carbon reduction strategies inclusive of community stakeholders.
Christina is a field force volunteer for West Point admissions, mentoring and coaching high school students aspiring to attend a military academy. She’s a committed wife and mother. Christina is a member of the Renewable Energy Alliance of Houston and participated in the young professional’s group where she has helped to plan engaging meetings.
Christina holds an MBA from Rice University and a bachelor’s in Engineering Psychology from the United States Military Academy at West Point. She is FEMA ICS 100-400 level certified.