Christina Lambert was sworn into office as West Palm Beach City Commissioner for District 5 on April 5, 2018. Christina is a longtime community activist who has dedicated most of her life to public service. A natural problem solver, Christina brings energy and innovative ideas to address local needs.
Christina is a Productivity Strategist where she works with local CEOs and business professionals on improving their corporate businesses practices, including implement better organizational policies, increasing efficiencies and streamlining internal procedures.
Christina is the former President and CEO of the Education Foundation of Palm Beach County. The foundation is the lead philanthropic organization for the PBC School District, the 11th largest school district in the country. Overseeing an annual multi-million-dollar budget, Christina was responsible for day to day operations and the strategic long-term development of the foundation. During her time with the foundation, Christina oversaw an increase in private funding to support local schools and launch new programs that helped teachers and students.
Prior to the Education Foundation, Christina served as Executive Director of Leadership Palm Beach County, the county’s premier leadership program. Christina brought together leaders from across Palm Beach County to look at local issues, including jobs and economic development, education, homelessness and public safety.
Christina’s background in bridging government and the local community through public-private partnerships has helped her make a positive impact in the lives of the families and communities she has been a part of.
Christina has been a member of numerous community organizations such as Leadership Florida, Leadership PBC, Economic Council of Palm Beach, Business Development Board, Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches, Forum Club, Economic Forum, SunFest, Nonprofits First, 211 Crisis Line of the Palm Beaches & Treasure Coast, Grassy Waters Conservancy and the West Palm 100.
Christina is frequent guest lecturer and speaker at local schools and universities, Chambers of Commerce and media outlets to discuss leadership initiatives and policies.
Christina attended public schools, graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Public Relations and Business with High Honors from the University of Florida and has a Master of Arts in Corporate Communication and Technology from Rollins College.
Christina, her husband Monte, and son Noah live in the southend of West Palm Beach.