Christina Mojíca is an associate editor at the Journal of Diplomacy and International Relations. She is also a UN Digital Representative at the Center for UN and Global Governance Studies. Her areas of expertise are Puerto Rico and Foreign Policy Analysis. In January 2020, Christina initiated and executed a charity fundraiser which took her to the southern region of Puerto Rico to distribute aid to families displaced by earthquakes. Christina has also partnered with an orphanage in Arusha, Tanzania where she sponsors local college-graduate women to teach English and Mathematics to children who cannot afford formal education. She is the president of the Graduate Diplomacy Council at Seton Hall University where she is pursuing a Master of Arts in Diplomacy and International Relations, as well as a Master of Public Administration in Non-Profit Management. She is also the Vice President of the International Law Society.