Christina Critchell began her undergraduate work as an art major at University of Northern Colorado. After transferring to University of Colorado Denver, she changed her major to art history and began her professional life at Antoine du Chez Day Spas and Salons. Developing a passion for the industry of health, beauty and wellness, she built a career in management over twelve years at The Oxford Club Spa, Salon and Fitness Center, where she became Director of Operations.
As an employee of Sage Hospitality Resources, she was on The Oxford Hotel Executive Committee, the entity responsible for opening The Crawford Hotel at Union Station. In 2016, she became Director of Operations for The Woodhouse Day Spas in Denver and Littleton, and is a consultant in the spa industry in the western states. Along the way, she married her husband Taylor and had two beautiful children whom she adores. She will earn her B.A. in Art History from UCD in May 2018.
Denver’s Raison d’etre: A Formal and Historical Analysis of Union Station