Cristina González is a political strategist and organizer in New York City who has worked on races from the City Council to Attorney General, most recently working as Campaign manager for Rodrigo Camarena's City Council bid, and Janos Marton's campaign for Manhattan District Attorney. She helped deliver a win for now-Assembly member Jessica Gonzalez-Rojas, who earned 42 percent of the vote in a four-way race, defeating a ten-year incumbent. She additionally served as Jumaane Williams' Deputy Campaign Manager, building the field strategy, and helping garner 33 percent of the vote in a race with 17 candidates. González previously worked with Make the Road Action to turn key Congressional and State Senate seats blue in New York, Connecticut, and New Jersey. Through the joint efforts with Make the Road Action, she helped pave the way for one of the highest voter turnout increases in 2018, with Hispanic voter turnout increasing twice as much as non-Hispanic voters. Prior to that, González served on Zephyr Teachout's campaign for Attorney General, first as the press secretary and later promoted to political director, helping the team secure some incredibly valuable endorsements. She recently moved to Staten Island with her partner and two cats, and enjoys cooking, boxing, and dismantling white supremacy.