Social Work and Stress Management Expert
Christina Kominoth works for the Federal Aviation Administration as the Manager of the Strategic Project Management Office in the Office of Human Resource Management. In this capacity, she is responsible for several distinct functions including the Human Resource Business Partner team, the Reports and Analysis Function, the Onboarding Program Office and a group of Senior Project Managers dedicated to strategic projects. She has worked for the FAA for the past eight years and just prior to this position, she served on the Senior Management Team as the Special Assistant to the Assistant Administrator for Human Resource Management.
Although she has served in several positions for the FAA, she began her tenure as the WorkLife Program Manager coordinating the Employee Assistance Program, Telework Program, Crisis Response Team, Health & Wellness Initiatives, and other Work/Life programs for nearly 48,000 employees across the country.
Ms. Kominoth has a Bachelors degree in Psychology from Loyola College in Baltimore, Maryland and a Masters of Social Work with a specialization in Employee Assistance Programs and Substance Abuse from the University of Maryland. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (Inactive), a Substance Abuse Professional, and a Certified Employee Assistance Professional.
She is trained in Critical Incident Stress Management Services and has provided numerous briefings following incidents of workplace violence, the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, and the Space Shuttle Columbia accident.