My name is Kristina Cullinane, a Bay Area native, Saint Ignatius alumni, and the University of Arizona alumni. I earned my Bachelor of Arts Degree with a major in Communications and a minor in Psychology. During my time at the University of Arizona, I was involved with Delta Gamma, volunteered with several local charities in the community, and spent a semester abroad in Barcelona.
I spent my summers in college working with SC Properties, a Bay Area residential and commercial real estate developer. My last summer before graduating, I interned with Guest of a Guest in New York City, writing articles and covering New York City-based events as part of their editorial team, which inspired my relocation to New York after college as their Hampton Correspondent. I was in charge of selecting and reporting on featured events and products, including hosting Facebook Live.
In September 2016, I joined Next Step Realty, a leading Manhattan-based real estate brokerage. I worked as a Marketing Associate, Communications, and Social Media Specialist. I was responsible for brand management, client hospitality, events, strategic partnerships, public relations, and social media platforms. Early 2017 I moved back to the Bay Area, where I continued my real estate career as a licensed agent with SC Properties. That same year I took a leaped faith and auditioned for the 2017 NFL cheer team with the Oakland Raiders.
I am proud to say I co-captain going on my fourth year as a Raiderette. I continue as an active agent with SC Properties specializing in residential and commercial properties in the great San Francisco Bay Area. I also have property management experience, working as a leading manager, onsite manager, and leasing agent of The Addison, located in downtown San Mateo.
Outside of real estate, I am also passionate about fitness and mental health. I teach classes at the Peninsula Golf and Country Club and began working closely with Safe Space. A local nonprofit organization that focuses on kids’ mental health well-being from middles school to high school. I am very passionate about this, and I hope to make a difference as part of their Adult Alliance Board.