Kristina is a new resident of Piedmont Heights, having just moved into our vibrant corner of Atlanta less than six months ago. She has already jumped right in as a volunteer for the Piedmont Heights Civic Association. We asked Kristina to share a bit about herself. If you'd like to nominate a neighbor to be in a future Resident Spotlight, let us know so that PHCA Communications Volunteer Helen Kacur from Rockridge Place can get in touch!
What do you like to do for fun?
As the mom of five-year-old, highly gifted Beau the poodle, I spend a lot of time playing at the dog park, picking up toys, and buying new shoes. I love cooking, wine, and most water sports like kayaking, and I’m certified for scuba diving.
What brought you to the neighborhood?
Frankly, the pandemic. I lost my job when the lockdown started. While I was looking for a new job, I visited friends in Atlanta and fell in love with the city and this great neighborhood. We bought the new home site unseen.
What do you love most about Piedmont Heights?
People are genuinely kind. The area is very liberal and open, and even during a pandemic, there is so much to do and see.
Where do you hope most to visit?
I am dying to use my passport… at this point, anywhere. I got the travel rush when I got it out to use for my new GA license.
For what are you most grateful for today?
Our freedom, health and prosperity.
Thanks to Helen Kacur for volunteering to interview Jim and write this Resident Spotlight!