Founder and Chief Executive Officer
Christina Blocker is an energetic thought leader focused on creating innovative and collaborative approaches to foster diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility (DEIA). As the CEO and founder of Momentum Professional Strategy Partners, she works to with today’s leaders to effectively undo the harmful impacts of systemic and institutional racism through creating sustainable DEIA strategies, values-centered community engagement, and culturally inclusive PR and marketing. As a leader, Christina seeks to inspire passion, commitment and collaboration.
Prior to founding Momentum Professional Strategy Partners, Mrs. Blocker served as Managing Partner for Archway Consulting Group Int’l. During her tenure, Christina was a key figure in advocating for equity and inclusion within Washington State’s Democratic Party’s campaign contracting system and its systemic barriers that excluded BIPOC political consultants. In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, Christina Blocker alongside a team of consultants to launch the ‘A Mindful State’ campaign with the Washington State Department of Health and Comprehensive Healthcare. The campaign continues to serve as a people-powered, culturally inclusive, mental health initiative.
Due to her passion for equity, Christina Blocker served as campaign manager for the Tacoma Creates campaign. The campaign was a voter-approved initiative in the city of Tacoma to increase access to arts, culture, heritage, and science experiences by reducing barriers to access for underserved youth -becoming the first Cultural Access Program to be enacted in Washington State.
Christina Blocker has spent a substantial portion of her career specializing in public relations, diversity & inclusion strategy, and community engagement for high-growth organizations and has been recognized as one of South Sound Business Journal’s 40 under 40. Throughout the years, she was worked with mission-driven clients such as the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), Washington Environmental Council, Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce, and the Children’s Literature Association.
In Christina’s free time, she proudly serves as a Trustee at Bates Technical College in Tacoma, Washington. Appointed by Washington State Governor Jay Inslee in 2016, she is the first African-American female appointed to serve since the college’s founding. Christina is also President of the national African American Community College Trustees Association and serves on the Board for Tacoma Arts Live. She is the mother of two amazing little boys and the proud wife of Tacoma's Deputy Mayor, Keith Blocker.