Christina Huynh is a web content specialist with the U.S. Green Building Council, helping manage the nonprofit’s portfolio of websites and other digital projects.
Prior to USGBC, Huynh worked at The Associated Press in its Arkansas and Illinois bureaus. In Little Rock, Arkansas, she helped cover the state Legislature and spot news. She was the first to break the national story of the first gay marriage to occur in the state and was one of the first reporters on the scene of a fatal tornado in 2014.
Huynh later transferred to the company’s Central Region bureau in Chicago to work as an editor on its Shared News Desk, helping craft copy and edit stories ranging from crime to politics. She has had her work published in a variety of media outlets, including the New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal and NPR.
A native Arkansan, she graduated from the University of Central Arkansas, majoring in online journalism and minoring in political science. She interned at the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Washington Business Journal. She has won awards from the Arkansas Collegiate Media Association, at several debate tournaments and from Model UN.