Christianna Dunn

Learning Center Supervisor

Office: (989) 427-2421
Cell: (740) 398-2935

Christianna Dunn was born and raised in Tennessee as the second oldest of six children. After living in Ohio for a few years, she moved to Michigan in 2011 where she started attending Great Lakes Adventist Academy as a sophomore, graduating in 2014. She attended Andrews University the following year but decided to move back home in order to be able to spend more time with her family. Christianna is currently working on her Associates Degree in Nursing through Montcalm Community College and concurrently working on her Bachelor of Science in Nursing through Davenport University. Employment includes being a Math tutor at Montcalm Community College as well as being a home caregiver for a fellow church member.

When Christianna finds time, she loves to play the piano, take a walk out in nature, color, and put together jigsaw puzzles. Being able to spend quality time with her family and with her boyfriend really brightens her day. She also really enjoys being able to interact with the students during various activities, events, and just on a daily basis.

Starting this 2017-2018 school year, Christianna volunteers in various areas at Great Lakes Adventist Academy. These include supervising in the Learning Center and co-teaching and conducting the Handbell Choir with her sister, under the direction of Mr. David Ballesteros. While attending Great Lakes Adventist Academy, Christianna took part in Chambers, Wind Symphony, Encore! Strings, and the Handbell Choir, so she is very excited to be able to work with the music department and all of the students involved. One of her main goals is for students to appreciate the talents that God has given them, and to learn how to use them for His glory and for the spreading of His gospel. The biggest goal is for all the students at Great Lakes Adventist Academy to come to know God for themselves, and to be passionate about doing His work.

One of Christianna’s favorite Bible passages is Philippians 4:6,7: “Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to God; and the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus” (NKJV).