Christin Davis is an adjunct professor of communications at California Lutheran University, and the editor in chief of a nonprofit publications office for The Salvation Army. She received a master’s degree in specialized journalism, focusing on culture, ethnicity and religion from the University of Southern California Annenberg School of Journalism. Her profession and a love for new destinations has led Davis to pick beans on a coffee farm in Vietnam, interview prostituted women in a former brothel turned resource center in India, and to a sit down with a religious leader in The Communist Party of Cuba. Her writing has won a first place prize, among others, in the Evangelical Press Association Higher Goals awards. While Davis officially works to oversee content publishing and teach effective writing, really she is determined to help people be better understood and find validation. She believes that everyone has a story to tell, that every story has meaning, and that telling it well builds confidence and connection.
Master of Arts, Specialized Journalism, University of Southern California
Bachelor of Arts, Communication, California State University, Fullerton
Member, Evangelical Press Association
Members, Society of Professional Journalists