Christina Phillips

A native of Denver, Colorado, Christina (Reign) Phillips has worked professionally in the entertainment industry her entire life. As the Disney princess Snow White, she has been blessed to spend years traveling the country as a motivational speaker and humanitarian, bringing hope and help and impacting thousands of at-risk youth in inner-city communities.

Christina understands the hard work and dedication it takes to be successful. Not only did she grow up on a stage herself, but she also witnessed the journey of her professional jazz and R&B musician friends [like bassist Vernon Barbary, Darryl Woolfolk (current drummer for Gladys Knight), Andrew Woolfolk (original saxophonist for Earth, Wind and Fire), Billy Griffin (Smokey Robinson and the Miracles), and the late Don Griffin (guitarist for Anita Baker)]. She appreciated their generosity in sharing their stories and experiences in “the business.” The knowledge she gleaned propelled her into Executive Producing, writing, narrating, and recording her own music-related projects, including her most recent work, Soulful Psalms, the book of Psalms narrated to original soulful jazz music (

Christina began her singing career as the female lead singer for the corporate show band Finesse and sang back up for artists such as jazz saxophonist Tony Exum, Jr., and the multi-talented guitarist and MTV singer/songwriter Vince Johnson, Jr. Her versatility as a performer and early training as a dancer paved the way for her to become a dance choreographer and backup dancer at notable venues like The Arrowhead Pond in Anaheim, California, and Mexicanisimo, featuring some of the top Latin bands like Selena and the Barrio Boyzz, where Christina was part of the opening act.

Christina lent her talents to some of the most well-known TV shows in America, including a principal role on America’s Most Wanted and set designer/make-up artist for the syndicated television show Today With Marilyn. She served as director for the promotional video for the national tour for the legendary R & B group The Delfonics.

Her modeling career includes print work for Dillards, JC Penny, The Underworld, 5-7-9, Zotos hair magazine, and many others. She’s graced album covers and appeared in commercials for brands such as the auto company GMC and education provider Video Professor, to name a few. In addition, she participated in runway shows for large venues like the Ice House and The Merchandise Mart in Denver, and she has performed voice-over work for radio.

Christina’s relatability and love for people allow her to deeply connect with individuals and help them access their inner gifts. She truly delights in the success of others. Her openness and courageously funny approach to life are, by far, her most endearing qualities.