Vice President, Global Real Estate and Facilities, Apple
Executive Board Vice Chair, San José Director
As the Vice President of Global Real Estate & Facilities for Apple Inc., Kristina has global responsibility for real estate transactions and administration, corporate and data center construction, environment, health and safety, renewable energy, commute services, facilities operations and maintenance, strategic workplace planning, and business partnering activities. Prior to joining Apple, Kristina served as the Vice President for Real Estate Development & Asset Management at the University of Southern California, where she continues to serve as a member of the Sol Price School of Public Policy Board of Councilors. She has a master’s degree in real estate development and a master’s degree in construction management, both from USC. She also has a law degree from Loyola Law School, and practiced real estate and corporate law for ten years prior to transitioning to the business side of real estate. Throughout her career, Kristina has been actively involved in a variety of organizations, including Urban Land Institute for which she currently Global Governing Trustee and Global Board of Directors member, the Design-Build Institute of America (Western Pacific Region past president), the Los Angeles Economic Development Corporation (past Infrastructure Committee member), California Fair Employment & Housing Commission (former commissioner), and Century City Bar Association (past president).