Basia has years of experience as an artist using various media, such as graphite pencil, acrylics and watercolor. She was a freelance graphic designer and illustrator in Chicago for more than 20 years.
She continues to do commissioned artwork and has won first place for her illustrations from 2019-2022 and sold several pieces at the Boulder County Fair Art Show as a member of the Longmont Artists’ Guild.
In the past, she has advocated for human trafficked individuals by working with the OC Human Trafficking Task Force, (www.egovlink.com/ochumantrafficking) and Somaly Mam Organization (www.newsomalyfund.org), Cambodia.
She was a Donate Life Ambassador (www.donatelifecalifornia.org) after donating a kidney to a stranger on November 3, 2010.
She attended the Commission on the Status of Women www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/csw) at the U.N. from 2007-2010. During March 2010, Christ was on a panel with Fran Drescher discussing the topic of “Women’s Health Care Globally.”
She was nominated as one of the OC Metro’s Top 20 Women to Watch in 2009.
Basia was trained and became a domestic violence advocate during August 2015. She taught domestic violence victims for a number of years at an Orange County domestic violence shelter.
After moving to Longmont, Colorado, our country shut down with COVID-19. After the country opened again, Basia became a volunteer with Our Center which helps low-income families and a hospice volunteer.
Basia received an AAS in Photography and Graphic Design from DuPage Community College, Glen Ellyn, IL, a BS in Business Administration from Elmhurst College, Elmhurst, IL, an MBA from Keller Graduate School, Oak Brook, IL, an MBA in Holistic Alternative Psychology through the Nationally Accredited M.I.N.D.S. Institute (Mind Inspired New Dynamics System) with Dr. Delores Seymour, NY and a Ph.D. in Spiritual Counseling through University of Metaphysical Sciences, CA.
You can text Basia at 949.690.1257 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.