Christin Powers is running for the Presidency of the United States of America, 2020. Her mission is to “Make America Happy and United Again.” Powers believes the American variety of love has been desperately lost and is key to returning to a culture of safety, protection and expansion of the personal health and wealth of the people of our nation, a platform that emphasizes people over political process, people over the televised party control.
Powers asserts that the path to this vision of happiness begins with the immediate analysis of how American’s care for their families through the implementation of free, at-home, customized blood and food testing to account for the health of the American family. In addition, Powers prioritizes the safety and updating of our school systems for an education that better provides students on every level of the learning spectrum with the ability to obtain the skill sets they need for tomorrow. Among her key points are employment and job transitions through corporate internships and college alternatives that supplement the learning experience and emphasize the employment path. Finally, as part of her mission to the individual, she emphasizes environmental conservation, emergency infrastructure and better equality in the home and workplace. #MAKE AMERICA UNITED AGAIN #MAUA
Powers has worked as a physical therapist in four different states, with an energy and passion for the care of all patients, ages 3-103. She has treated patients with a multitude of conditions including ADD, ADHD, Alzheimer’s, diabetes, dementia, Parkinson’s, anxiety, autism, cerebral palsy, stroke, nerve palsy, cancer, joint replacement, sports injury, bi-polar disorder, brain tumor, accident victims and more. From the elderly to the young, service men to victims, men, women, teens and children and people from every walk of life, Powers’ understanding of the universal and essential need for care is bar none. She can make free basic health care a possibility.
Christin’s interest in public office is firmly rooted in her desire to emphasize the individual person over the politics. Rather than run for lower office, she has devoted her energy and leadership skills to her health care practice, her 501(c)3 and advocating and rallying for her community on issues ranging from the environment and women’s equality in the workplace, to privacy infringement and the legitimacy of the American vote. She always has competed a high stake education from the University of Michigan, and reached to the Middle East with her products.
#MAKE AMERICA HAPPY AGAIN #MAHA
Born in Detroit, Michigan in 1968 and a graduate of the University of Michigan in 1996, Christin Powers thoughts on the economy and American workplace are greatly shaped by General Motors and the automotive suppliers that drove the economy of Southern Michigan. Her dedication to others is exhibited through her position as a physical therapist and philanthropist, running “The Golden Soldier Project” a 501(c)3 virtual publishing company connecting children with soldiers through correspondence of encouragement, while tirelessly working as a therapist at hospitals in Michigan, Ohio, Florida and New York. The “The Golden Soldier Project” received many accolades, shipped products worldwide and were delivered personally to the Walter Reed Medical Center and to Qatar.
Christin Powers is running for President of the United States in 2020. She represents Americans who believe the office of the President should be won by the earned character of our leader and not money. She is a Democrat, and has recently be supported to speak to minority groups in NJ, NY, TX, and has recently visited Harvard University and NYU for input from students and staff.
Christin Powers wants to organically change the nation and "allow our minority voices to be heard, especially the voice of women and supportive men."
As a citizen who has resided in six of our nation’s states, Powers both understands, and has bared witness to, the impact of natural disasters on our environment, infrastructure and families. She knows first hand the kind of commitment we need to mitigate the damage, loss and destruction that can often be caused by unforeseen circumstances. Power’s lived through the NE Grid outage in Detroit, Nor’easters and hurricanes on Long Island and in Florida, she has protested Big Sugar’s horrific effects on the Atlantic Ocean, the Gulf of Mexico and the pollution of rivers spanning from the East to West Coast and in between.