Kristina Danovich

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Kristina is the nurse manager at Aid to Women Center, a crisis pregnancy center and a low-cost women’s health clinic. She also teaches NFP for the Diocese of Phoenix at the University of Mary in Tempe.

Kristina was born and raised in Tempe, AZ in a Catholic household consisting of her parents and two younger brothers (one of which graduated from the CALL program).  She was raised in the Byzantine Catholic tradition, as her father is Byzantine Catholic (and a deacon in their parish). Kristina’s home parish is St. Stephen’s Byzantine Catholic Church here in Phoenix. However, Kristina also grew up knowing and experiencing the traditions of the Roman rite because her mom is Roman Catholic. 

Kristina attended Franciscan University in Steubenville, Ohio. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in nursing in May 2014. After she graduated, she moved back to Tempe and has been working in the Valley since. 

Kristina is very passionate about woman’s health, proper education and formation regarding human sexuality, TOB, and promoting purity and chastity in today’s culture.