Christina Campbell is a multimedia broadcaster and meteorologist. She graduated with her Bachelor of Science degree in Broadcast Journalism from Eastern New Mexico University, and began her career in Alaska as an anchor/reporter at KTVF-TV in 1990. She has been broadcasting in TV, radio, and advertising ever since. After completing 40 hours of flight time, she transitioned into meteorology having realized how important weather is to piloting aircraft. She also completed the Broadcast Meteorology Program at Mississippi State.
Prior to joining the Alaska's News Source Weather team, Christina was the chief meteorologist at KTVA-TV during the 1990s, and a weekend meteorologist at KTUU-TV. In 2000, she moved to tornado alley in Lubbock, Texas, to get severe weather experience. She was the chief meteorologist at KJTV-TV and sister station Telemundo 46 where she broadcast in both English and Spanish.
Having her fill of jackrabbits and tumbleweeds, she moved back to Alaska in 2003 and vowed never to leave again. She has been a weekend and fill-in meteorologist since returning.
She is married to a lifelong Alaskan, has two sons, two golden retrievers, and a cat. Christina is an avid downhill skier, and enjoys growing over 22 vegetables, fruits, and herbs in her backyard garden. In her spare time, Christina likes to help students navigate the college/training process by helping them find grants and scholarships.