Proudly Endorsed by
Run for Something
Christine Hernandez is proud to receive the endorsement of Run for Something (RFS), the groundbreaking national organization that recruits and supports strong voices in the next generation of progressive leadership.
Past & Current Students:
As a long-time educator, Christine has advised, supported, taught, and mentored countless students.
"Christine is an exceptional leader. She is kind, thoughtful, detail-oriented, and a positive individual to be around. Christine is well informed on current matters and is an advocate for marginalized communities, making sure to keep the students' best interest in mind at all times. She also has substantial experience working in high-stress situations which makes her a perfect candidate for the HBUHSD Board of Trustees."-Alex M.
"Christine leads by example. Christine is attentive to the needs of others and ensures she is able to demonstrate self-efficacy, positive effects, and ability to consider multiple perspectives. She is clear about her own values and philosophy as a leader. She expresses effective collaboration, equity, health and safety, and community empowerment. She is committed to innovate, grow, improve, and transform the community."-Giselle S.
"Christine helped me to develop my own leadership potential and learn how to work with others towards a common goal. Her dedication to her role as an advocate for students has always been an inspiration to me."
"Christine's leadership is impactful and transformational. She believes in everyone that she helps and advises. She challenges and holds those around her accountable so that they can reach their full potential and be amazing leaders as well."-Helen U.
"I believe Christine would make a great candidate for the HBUHSD Board of Trustees because of her passion and commitment to the betterment of students overall. She goes above and beyond in seeing that her students are receiving quality and fair treatment and education."
"She is a leader who helps everyone find and believe in the leader in themselves."