Christina M. Jones
Christina M. Jones is a proud native of Prince George’s County. She graduated from Prince George’s County public schools and went on to attend the University of Maryland, College Park, and then the Howard University School of Law. Jones is an assistant state’s attorney in the Prince George’s County State’s Attorney’s Office where she is responsible for a full criminal docket in addition to being the founder and project manager of the I Belong Here! truancy reduction initiative program, which provides services more than 350 seventh grade students across Prince George’s County. Jones specifically focuses on strategies and programs that help reduce the criminal recidivism rate for teenagers in Prince George’s County.
In 2013, Jones started the Diamond’s Leadership Program through the Women’s Bar Association of Prince George’s County. In 2015, she started Project S.H.I.N.E. Inc., which is a nonprofit focused on empowering, encouraging, and exciting women between the ages of thirteen to twenty-five. Jones serves on the boards of the Surrattsville High School Foundation and the Women’s Bar Association of Maryland.
Jones has been honored by the Daily Record, the Surrattsville High School Foundation, the Women’s Bar Association, Prince George’s County Public Schools and she is an ABC7/Toyota Tribute to Working Women honoree. In 2015, Jones was selected as the Young Prosecutor of the Year by the Maryland State’s Attorney’s Association. Jones is a member of Zion Church where she is a leader in the Women’s Ministry. She is happily married to Rev. Jason R. Jones.