position now occupied. Christina notes, “2015 was an amazing year for ALFA, surpassing fundraising goals, attracting new granters, and most exciting exceeding all state set goals in regards to client outcomes. I’m looking forward to carrying on the momentum as ALFA expands services to include Hepatitis C testing, and expanding awareness about Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) and Post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP).”
Christina earned a BA in Women’s Studies from University of California at Santa Cruz and is currently enrolled in Lenoir Rhyne University’s Masters of Public Health Program. Ms. Kliesch is married to Dr. Brian Goldsmith, History Professor at Lenoir Rhyne University, and together they have four children.