Christina Hundley

Christina Hundley

Christina Hundley
Athletics Director

(602) 787-6622



Christina Hundley became PVCC's third Athletics Director in October 2015.  She joined the PVCC Athletic Department in June 2008.  Prior to becoming the Athletics Director, she served as the Assistant Athletics Director/Coordinator of Student-Athlete Services.  During her tenure she was also the Interim Athletics Director for a period in 2014.

In addition to being PVCC's Athletics Director, Christina serves as the NJCAA Region I Assistant Men's Region Director and the MCCCD District Athletics Council President Elect.  

Christina grew up in San Francisco, CA and came to Arizona in August 1996.  She attended Arizona State University where she studied Journalism and Public Relations at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communications.  While attending ASU, Christina worked for Sun Devil Athletics in the Sports Information Department where she cut her teeth on the intercollegiate athletics industry.  During her tenure with the ASU Athletics Department, in addition to her day-to-day involvement with all sport programs, Christina was involved with numerous high profile events (1997 Rose Bowl, 1997 Sun Bowl and 1999 NCAA West Regional Basketball Tournament).  Her experience in ASU Athletics allowed her the opportunity to work with such national media entities as:  ESPN, ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX Sports Net, Associated Press and Sports Ticker. 

After graduating from ASU, Christina pursued her career in professional sports.  She has spent time with the San Francisco Giants, Phoenix Mercury, Phoenix Suns and the Harlem Globetrotters.  Her experience spans operations, player personnel, communications and public relations, corporate sponsorship and marketing.  She most recently volunteered her time with the ASU Athletics Department at the Final Four in April 2017, working with national and local media entities and personnel. 

Christina is involved with The Pat Tillman Foundation and its annual fundraiser in Tempe, AZ Pat’s Run.  She helped start Pat’s Run in 2005 and has assisted in the events growth from 5,000 participants to its current participation level of 30,000.  To date, Pat’s Run has raised in excess of $16 million.  Over 600 Tillman Scholars, Military veterans and spouses who strive to make a significant impact for our country and communities through their studies in medicine, business, government, education and the arts, have been awarded scholarships from this funding.

Christina earned her Master’s in Education Leadership from Northern Arizona University in August 2013.  She is an avid San Francisco Giants and Sun Devils fan.