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A Banner School Alumna

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Christina (Bellino) Sullivan (Class of 1998)

graduated from Cornell University with a BS in the Nutritional Sciences in 2005 and went on to complete her MS in Nutrition Education at Teachers College, Columbia University in 2009. After a challenging year-long internship, she earned her certification as a Registered Dietitian in 2010. Her career as a Nutritionist has taken her from coast to coast, where she has worked in pharmaceutical research, teaching, and as the lead interventionist in a diabetes research program at the University of California, San Francisco Medical Center.





Two years ago she married the love of her life, Sean Sullivan, an accomplished Army Engineer Officer from Northern California who is currently serving in Okinawa, Japan. Christina and Sean are proud parents of a very boisterous 16-month-old daughter, Santina. Since her husband’s assignment overseas, Christina has taken on the challenges of being a mother, Army wife and small business owner. With a penchant for entrepreneurship, the Sullivans put their talents together last year to start Castel San Francesco, a company that offers affordable faith-based housing to college students and young adults across the country. Christina continues to keep her dietitian credentials active by teaching college-level nutrition courses, offering health coaching over the phone and, of course, modeling healthy habits by staying fit and cooking delicious meals for her family and friends. Christina and Santina have settled in their “Happy Place,” the great city of San Francisco, awaiting Sean’s glorious arrival home in early Spring of next year.