Executive Profile: Christina Correira, Triple Canopy SVP for Human Resources

With 17 years of leadership experience, Christina Correira is responsible for all aspects of global human resources and talent acquisition at Triple Canopy.

Prior to joining the company, Christina was the executive vice president of human resources for Avaya Government Solutions Inc. (formerly Nortel Government Solutions). Christina led the integration of the Nortel and PEC businesses, streamlining the human resources function and championing a six sigma black belt project around recruiting. She also served as a member of the executive team which handled the sale and transition of the business to Avaya.

Christina previously served as corporate counsel and director of HR and contracts for Communication Technologies in Chantilly, Va. There she was able to support the commercial telecommunications business, along with the government contracting practice. Christina also worked as VP of HR at VAXCOM Services, a U.S. government contractor primarily serving the intelligence community.

Christina holds a Juris Doctor degree from George Mason University School of Law and a bachelor’s degree in international development from The American University. She is also an active member of the Virginia State Bar.

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