Christine comes from a family of carpenters, educators, and investors who started their life in Texas on a farm in Glen Rose over a century ago. Born and raised in North Texas, her parents and grandparents modeled a life of hard work and respect for the family heritage. After graduating from Texas A&M in 2010, she taught high school science in small town Texas and the Austin metro for 10 years. Her experience in the classroom taught her about compassion, patience, and the importance of family values.
When she met her husband, who comes from an even longer line of West Texas ranchers, she knew she wanted to raise a family in the Hill Country. The Mitchell’s are descended from Eli Mitchell, who fired the Come and Take It cannon at the start of the Texas Revolution.
Christine and her family are finishing their new home on the family ranch in Edwards County. Their two kids are part of the fifth generation to be raised on the Mitchell Ranch. She spends her time at home gardening, homeschooling, baking, and exploring the outdoors as much as possible.
Christine has a unique perspective and understands on a personal level the transition from living the city life to building a family legacy in the heart of Texas.