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The Community Outreach & Public Relations Team supports the outreach and promotion for the organizations by developing and implementing HUM's marketing strategy, cultivating relationships and partnerships with local organizations, and maintaining our Community Resource database.

If you're interested in joining Huddle Up Mom on the Community Outreach & PR Team, please reach out to us

Cristina Agee
Marketing & Graphics

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Originally from Long Island, New York, Cristina Agee moved to the Roanoke Valley after graduating from Washington & Lee University School of Law where she met her husband, Zach, a native of Salem, VA. Since 2016, Cristina has worked as a criminal prosecutor and currently serves as an Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney for the City of Salem. In her role as the lead Juvenile & Domestic Relations prosecutor, she specializes in prosecuting crimes of domestic violence and child abuse. Cristina also serves her community as a member of the Junior League of Roanoke Valley. Cristina lives in Salem with her husband, their two children, William and Eva, and their dog, Charley. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her friends and family, reading, and travelling.

"Motherhood can be both incredibly fulfilling and isolating. I believe strongly in the mission of HUM and am excited to be able to help connect women to the great resources our community has to offer."

Katie Clifton
HUM Ambassador

Katie Clifton is a licensed acupuncturist, owner of Queenpin Family Wellness, and co-creator of The Haven on 5th, a collective wellness center located in Old Southwest Roanoke. Born in Roanoke, she is a mountain  mama at heart who enjoys practicing acupuncture and  creating programs that blend her Southern heritage with her background in Chinese Medicine. Katie received her  graduate degree in acupuncture from Jung Tao School of  Chinese Medicine. She is certified through the National Certification  Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental  Medicine (NCCAOM) and licensed through the Virginia  Board of Medicine as a Licensed Acupuncturist (L.Ac.) She is  also a NADA certified practitioner. 


"I chose to be a part of HUM because, as an acupuncturist who specializes in women's health, I see a lot of moms in many stages who struggle to find a solid network of support during one of the most overwhelming moments in life. I appreciate that Huddle Up Moms has created an efficient way for moms to find support, and I wanted to be a part of it."

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