Full Name
Christina Carter-Grant
Job Title
Program Officer
Center for Community Progress
Speaker Bio
Christina Carter-Grant serves as the Program Officer for National Leadership and Education at the Center for Community Progress (Community Progress), America’s nonprofit leader for turning “Vacant Spaces into Vibrant Places.”

Carter-Grant’s background in community development and community engagement ties closely with her role helping to implement and grow the trainings, events, and programming of the organization. 

Prior to joining Community Progress, Carter-Grant worked as an Analyst for Krambo Corporation where she assisted in mortgage securitization for Habitat for Humanity affiliates nationwide. She has also served as a Grants Management Intern with the Michigan Suburbs Alliance where she aided in the early-stage development of a research tool that would identify and evaluate potential funding opportunities for Metro Detroit communities.

Carter-Grant received her Master of Urban Planning degree from the University of Michigan with a focus in Housing and Community Development. She also holds a Bachelor’s degree in American Culture from the University of Michigan She is a native of Detroit, Michigan, and currently resides in Miami, Florida.
Christina Carter-Grant