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Meet the Team: Christina Armesto, Client Services Manager at RingLogix

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Introducing Christina Armesto, RingLogix's new Client Services Manager, who's set to make waves in her latest role. Starting as a dedicated T1 Technician and growing into a dynamic LNP Specialist, Christina's journey exemplifies adaptability and ambition. With a background in Computer Science and Psychology, she brings a unique blend of skills to the table, driven by her passion for understanding human behavior and enhancing communication. Now, as Client Services Manager, Christina is poised to provide unwavering support to RingLogix partners, ensuring their success. Read on to discover more about Christina's remarkable journey and insights in our full interview below


Hello! I'm Christina Armesto—an enthusiastic professional with a background that's a mix of teaching, team building, and leadership. My college years saw me dive into Computer Science and Psychology, a combo that's fueled my passion for understanding human behavior and enhancing communication.

RingLogix has been my career canvas, and my journey here has been nothing short of amazing. I started as a T1 Technician, grew into an LNP Specialist, and then took on management roles, eventually landing as the Client Services Manager. My focus is on cultivating a thriving environment for RingLogix and our partners, fostering growth and exceptional service.

From Tier 1 Support to managing teams, my journey reflects adaptability and a thirst for growth. This led me to my current role, where I channel my experience into elevating our support services and partner relationships. Let's keep this journey of impact and growth going!

Favorite part of your job?

Being able to help and see people and parts of the company flourish.

Best advice you ever received?

If someone doesn’t understand what you’re trying to say, try saying it again with completely different words. The angles of communication are infinite.

What's a lesson you've learned from a failure that you carry with you?

From all mistakes I’ve ever made: If you take the time to learn from your mistakes, they'll become valuable lessons that can help you grow. By turning them into opportunities for learning, you'll greatly reduce the chances of making the same mistakes again. 

Can you think of a time when stepping out of your comfort zone led to personal growth?

I’ve made a personal point to always try things that make me uncomfortable at least once. But to be specific, it would be the first time I ever voiced a concern to my superior: It was scary and possibly out of line, but had I not said anything, something worse would have happened. From here, I’ve learned better communication skills and I try to teach this to those I oversee also because we are all human I believe every voice and opinion has different degrees of value– but valuable nonetheless.

Fun facts we can share

  • Since moving to Orlando FL, I go to DisneyWorld at least 1-3 teams a week. Sometimes, after a long day, going on a ride just to scream and see pretty fireworks and really lighten the load!
  • I’m the oldest of 8 kids
  • I taught my dog all his commands in a sign language only he knows
  • I’ve been playing the ukulele for 13+ years
  • I’m a work-o-holic (borderline addicted)

As we conclude this interview with Christina Armesto, RingLogix's new Client Services Manager, her journey is a testament to adaptability and ambition. From her early days as a T1 Technician to her current role, Christina's career at RingLogix has been a remarkable evolution. She exemplifies the spirit of growth and service, not to mention her focus on helping people and the company flourish. Here's to Christina, a devoted manager who prioritizes RingLogix's partners and colleagues above all else!

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