Working for workplace religious diversity, equity & inclusion


Christina Roach, J.D., Previous Senior Research Fellow


Christina is a corporate attorney at Dorsey & Whitney LLP, Salt Lake City, Utah, where she assists organizations – from local businesses to international nonprofits – achieve strategic advantage and accomplish their objectives.

Christina was the founding Corporate Secretary and Treasurer of the Religious Freedom & Business Foundation from February 2014 – November 2014, where she developed a thorough business plan to create an international nonprofit organization. She drafted and filed all organizing documents, including successful application to achieve 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status.

Christina is a graduate of the University of Virginia School of Law and is licensed to practice in Utah. She previously worked as a legal fellow with the Office of General Counsel for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints focusing on international legal issues. Christina has interned with several law firms including Garteiser Honea, P.C., Bracewell & Giuliani LLP and Ford & Huff Law Office. She has experience as the primary researcher and drafter of IP patent litigation documents, commercial transactional documents, and estate planning documents. She was also a graduate research assistant at the Darden Graduate School of Business where she analyzed the effects of settlement negotiations on corporate governance. Christina currently serves on the Board of Advisors for Utah Valley University’s Center for Advancement of Leadership and has been a guest speaker at several events at Utah Valley University.