The Elizabeth Stone House of Roxbury (ESH) recently announced the appointment of Cambridge resident Christina Cutting to the position of Parent Child Center Coordinator.
Cutting will lead the team of child care facilitators to create and maintain a safe and nurturing environment for parents and children. She is responsible for implementing daily and weekly lesson plans and activities for both individual and group child care.
She will work directly with children that have survived multiple traumas, including homelessness, domestic violence, abuse and community violence.
Prior to joining the Elizabeth Stone House, Cutting worked as a Children’s Advocate for My Sisters’ Place Inc. in New York, where she was responsible for providing direct services to children of parents who were victims of domestic violence. Prior to this role, she served as a teacher for Bright Horizons, where she managed and directed age-appropriate activities to encourage growth and development.
Cutting earned her bachelor’s degree in Human Services from Franklin Pierce College and has participated in numerous training programs and workshops.
ESH is a family shelter and community support center for families who are survivors of domestic violence, substance abuse, mental health issues and homelessness.