Chris was born in Portsmouth, N.H., and spent his early life in the suburbs of Boston, until his family moved to the Four Corners area of New Mexico when he was in middle school. After high school, Chris made a 14-hour journey to attend The College of Idaho, a small liberal arts school in southwestern Idaho. While there, Chris studied vocal performance and immensely enjoyed performing as a soloist, in ensembles, and in multiple operas throughout his college years. In addition to earning his vocal performance degree and his involvement in music, Chris was extremely involved on campus. He served as editor of the college yearbook, board member of the school's Greek Council, and as a student ambassador. He was also a member of SIFE (Students in Free Enterprise) and the Peer Mentors. After graduating in 2006, Chris entered the corporate world and worked in sales and sales management prior to coming to Sigma Chi. During these, times Chris served as a volunteer for the Fraternity as a facilitator for multiple programs, including the Balfour Leadership Training Workshop and Horizons leadership development program. In 2008, Chris became the chapter advisor for the Theta Theta colony — which is now the University of Michigan chapter — until leaving Michigan in 2012. Chris came to the Sigma Chi International Headquarters in 2012 to work for the Sigma Chi Foundation, managing its Bell Chapter Challenge. He joined the Fraternity staff in 2015 as its learning management system administrator, in charge of Sigma Chi U.
As Director of Online Learning and Sigma Chi U, Chris is responsible for the online delivery of the Fraternity's leadership and educational programming. In addition to serving as the system administrator for Sigma Chi U, Chris works on the development and design of the content and curriculum for Sigma Chi U. As a member of the membership development department, Chris works closely with both the leadership programs and alumni services teams to ensure a high level of engagement with all of our members.