Christine McKanna grew up on Fox Island, Washington and is the third child of a family of ten children. She attended Seattle University, where she received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing and was the President of her Nursing Class of 2001. She has been an ICU nurse for 12 years and then switched over to medical sales and nurse management for four years. Though she has been engaged in the mortgage world from helping her husband with their own mortgage company several years ago, she officially became licensed in 2020 where her tenacity and persistence helped her to be in the top ten out of nearly 3800 loan officers in her first full year. Christine’s management and lending experience, system analysis skills, and attention to detail helped her create more efficient, cost savings and educative approach for the health care as well as the lending field.
Christine lives in Des Moines, Washington has five children and wants to live a faith filled life of serving others. She helps coach the schools debate club and her daughter’s soccer team. She volunteers regularly and has taught her children how to serve the homeless in everyday simple tasks of kindness.
Her major foodie addiction has been fueled by a serious passion in travel as evidenced by her travel to over 60 countries. Christine believes in the philosophy that massive results in life require massive action, and an extreme abundant mentality and mindset. She lives life with systems to help her succeed in work and home life. Christine loves the outdoors, but admits that an RV is preferred over a tent. She snowboards, runs half marathons, wakeboards and hikes. Christine is a person who believes in making every moment count...in work and play.