Christina Spicer was introduced to the Girl Scouts as a Brownie in the second grade. The organization showed her what a strong sense of community looked like from an early age.
In the fourth grade, Christina moved to Mesa with her mother and grandmother. At that time there weren’t any Girl Scouts chapter in Mesa, Arizona. However, Christina and her family quickly found the same sense of community in Mesa that was instilled in their family when Christina was a Brownie. Their community in Mesa rallied around Christina and her family to help raise her to become the leader she is today.