Christina Martini certified oncology patient navigator with experience of 15+ years as a Patient Navigator and Oncology Nurse for Radiation and Medical Oncology. She strives to facilitate seamless and supportive experiences to all with cancer from the time of diagnosis to survivorship. She received her certification in Oncology Patient Navigator with Harold Freeman Institute and her license as a nurse in California. She is pro-active with her oncology navigation as a member of the Academy of Oncology Nurse & Patient Navigator, American Holistic Nurses Association, American College of Lifetime Medicine. Christina has extensive experience as a Navigator, attending and hosting in conferences, offering her knowledge for continuing education. She is one of the founders to Guam Cancer Care Foundation and Patient Assistance. In her spare time, she is passionate about one’s overall wellness. She presents workshops, training, retreats, wellness programs sharing pathways to improving the quality of life for cancer patients and the general community as a holistic ambassador for Yoga, Meditation, Breath Work and Mindfulness Practices. This is how she remains balanced, in love with her service work continuing to give back to the community all across the globe. She loves the island life, an Islander herself, originally from Guam, enjoys taking her mini Aussie exploring nature, traveling to fascinating countries to share authentic yoga practices, paddle boarding, playing the piano, juicing and create healthy recipes blogger and hiking trails. What she appreciates most about working at Pacific Cancer Foundation is the opportunity to make a difference to one’s cancer journey knowing her experience, authenticity can help facilitate minimizing barriers that are impactful difference to one patient at a time working respectfully close in collaboration between the multi-disciplinary team of amazing physicians, patients, families, caregivers, nurses, and the supportive care team.