Clarissa Christman is the Vice President of Business Development and focuses her attention on client relationships, public relations, marketing, and social media.
Clarissa is also active in the title business, serving as the Team Lead for the Highland Village office of Providence Title, where she oversees the staff and operations of a fast-growing escrow team.
Clarissa has served in leadership for a number of non-profit organizations, fighting for causes such as helping women who are victims of sex trafficking, raising awareness for juvenile diabetes, and providing crisis housing and support for single mothers. Such organizations include Restored Hope (Board of Directors), Grace Like Rain (founding Board of Directors), Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (local ambassador), Young Men’s Service League (Board of Directors), and Denton Country Club (House Committee).
She is a graduate of Texas A&M University and received her Bachelor of Science degree in Health Science in 1995. Upon college graduation, she taught high school Algebra and Physical Science for eight years in Texas, Virginia, and Alabama.
Clarissa is actively involved in her local church and her community. Clarissa founded the Argyle Type 1 Diabetes Support Group, and continues to teach her two boys, Justus and Austin, the importance of community service through Young Men’s Service League. When she is not working or being a mom taxi to her boys, you will find her playing golf with the family, cycling, creating new recipes, and dabbling in photography.
Bachelor of Science, Health Science 1995
Texas A&M University