Chris has extensive experience working in the nonprofit and government sectors. He has leveraged his political science and legal research and writing background across various fields to support legislative initiatives on mental health and wellness. His work in direct services provides him a unique perspective to anticipate and clearly communicate the many complex steps to immigration. His previous work with individuals with serious and persistent mental illnesses (SPMI) has equipped Chris with an empathetic understanding that each client is unique and deserves attentive communication and feedback as they navigate the immigration process.
In his spare time Chris is a hobbyist glassblower and (when there is no pandemic) he enjoys to travel, having spent significant time in West Africa and the Caribbean.