MY HOODIE PROJECT
Christina Bryan Fitzgibbons is a Bay Area genetic/ investigative genealogist and the founder of My Hoodie Project. MHP provides the highest level of professional consultation in biological family search services and paternity verification.
Christina is the go-to expert for high profile clients, preferring to take on the more complex cases. She specializes in everything from birth family searches for adoptees to paternity identification. international and historical research She is relentless when it comes to missing information, using her intuition to uncover fraud and corruption while demanding accountability. Christina is frequently called upon for advice by attorney’s and the press, and volunteers to teach workshops (and middle school science classes) in the San Francisco Bay Area.
In 2014, Christina began studying the application of autosomal DNA to her own family tree. She quickly became a resource for adoptees and others with unidentified family members and paternity cases. Teaching others the importance of self-acceptance, and how to advocate for themselves, became her purpose and the foundation of Hoodie.
Christina grew up outside of Portland Oregon, moving to the Bay Area to attend college. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from Cal State University, East Bay, and began her career in investment banking. Christina and her husband, John, live in Marin County with their daughter, Caelan (15), and sons Jack (14) and Liam (12). In addition to her family, she loves spending time with friends, trail running, volunteering in her community.