Kristina Korobov

Senior Attorney

Biography

Kristina Korobov is a Senior Attorney with Zero Abuse Project.  She joined the team in July of 2023.  She brings over 20 years of experience as a Prosecutor and Trainer in the areas of crimes against children and crimes of sexual and domestic violence against adults.

Most recently, Kristina served as an Assistant United States Attorney for the Southern District of Indiana. There, she was the Project Safe Childhood Coordinator, prosecuting cases involving internet crimes against children and sex trafficking of minors.  These prosecutions included sextortion, child solicitation, and hands-on offenses, as well as crimes involving trafficking in child sexual abuse material. She worked cases with the Indiana Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force and served as the co-chair for the state’s anti-trafficking task force (IPATH).

Prior to becoming a federal prosecutor, Kristina was a Deputy Prosecutor with the Marion County (Indianapolis, IN) Prosecutor’s Office from 2011 – 2015. She served as the Supervisor of the Special Victims Team and the Director of Prosecutor Education.  Kristina’s work included leading the county’s Child Fatality Team and prosecuting child abuse homicides.  She was also responsible for all attorney training within her office.  Kristina actually began her career in prosecution in this same office, where she worked from 1996 until 2005.  During that time, Kristina served as Chief of the Sex Crimes and Child Abuse Unit, Chief of the Domestic Violence Unit, and as a Major Felony and Special Victims Prosecutor.  She prosecuted child abuse cases (including homicides), sexual assaults involving adult and child victims, felony-level domestic violence cases, and child neglect.

From 2006 to 2009, Kristina served as an Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney with the Loudoun County Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office in Leesburg, Virginia, a suburb of Washington, DC.  In that capacity, she handled all domestic violence cases and some physical child abuse cases, was responsible for Law Enforcement Training, and was a member of the Loudoun Domestic Abuse Response Team (DART).

Kristina has been training on a national and international level since 2003 and formerly served as a Senior Attorney for the National Center for the Prosecution of Violence Against Women (NCPVAW), a division of the National District Attorney’s Association (NDAA) in Alexandria, VA.  There, Kristina trained multi-disciplinary audiences at the national, regional, state, and local levels, covering subjects involving violence against women and crimes against children, as well as witness intimidation, trial advocacy, gang prosecutions, and homicide cases. She also trained internationally and has presented training on tribal lands.

In 2022, Kristina was recognized by her office for outstanding service to victims of crime, and in 2019, received recognition for trial work in a sex trafficking case and a complex fraud / RICO trial.  In 2013, Korobov received the Visionary Voice Award from the National Sexual Violence Resource Center.  In 2002, Kristina was named Prosecutor of the Year by the Indiana Coalition Against Sexual Assault and received an Outstanding Lecturer Award from Communities Against Rape / Center of Hope for Youth.

Kristina graduated high school in Richardson, TX (L.V. Berkner High School), graduated from Indiana State University (Magna Cum Laude), and finally, she graduated from the Indiana University School of Law (Indianapolis).  Kristina is a dog mom, a runner, and a proud auntie.