Christina Burroughs

Managing Partner

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Christina Burroughs serves as Managing Partner for MRA Associates. She works with client families on a variety of wealth management issues such as investment planning, strategic multi-generational planning, and philanthropy. She also serves as a member of the MRA Investment Policy Committee.

Christina earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Northwestern College. She completed graduate coursework in Clinical Psychology at Wheaton College and the Program for Certification of Financial Planners for Northeastern University. She is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional. Most recently, Christina was the President of GenSpring Family Offices’ Phoenix family office. Prior to that, she served as a Director at Inlign Wealth Management and Financial Advisor at Tanager Financial Services in Boston, MA. Christina has worked with wealth management clients for fifteen years; before that she worked for seven years in human services and clinical psychology.

Christina serves on the Board of Directors for The Be Kind People Project™, Hustle PHX, and Act One. She also serves on the Valley of the Sun United Way’s Hunger-Free Communities Advisory Council, Expect More Arizona’s Business Advisory Council, the AZ Children’s Business Fair Organizing Committee, and as a Trustee for The John Whiteman Trust. She is a former Board Member and Vice-Chair for the Cancer Support Community Arizona. In 2011, she was named to the Phoenix Business Journal’s 40 Under Forty and Top 25 Businesswomen of the Year lists. From 2013 to 2016 she has been named a Five Star Wealth Manager™ in Phoenix Magazine. Christina was selected as one of Arizona’s 50 highest-ranking women in the Arizona Republic’s 2014 issue of Who’s Who in Business. She was also recognized as one of 2014’s Top 100 Women Financial Advisors in the Financial Times. In 2016, Christina was named as one of the Most Influential Women by the AzBusiness Magazine1.

Christina resides in Phoenix with her husband and their two Ethiopian-born children. She loves to travel, is a voracious reader, and is thankful for having been born to Midwestern ranching families, who taught her a whole lot about life, family, and work.

 

 

 

1All awards and rankings may not be representative of any one client’s experience because the ranking reflects a quantitative and/or qualitative analysis of factors that may or may not include a sample of the experience of MRA’s clients. The rating is not indicative of future performance. MRA did not pay a fee to participate.

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