At Ross School of Business, Christopher holds leadership roles in the Human Capital Club and Design+Business Club, and serves as a peer coach, supporting first-year MBAs through the recruitment process. Chris completed his summer internship with Johnson & Johnson as part of the Human Resources Leadership Development Program.
Prior to Ross, Chris navigated a winding career that focused on social impact. He was trained as a teacher at Vanderbilt University and taught middle and high school social studies at a public school in Wisconsin. He then transitioned to a public affairs role in Washington D.C., organizing physicians to advocate for patient access. Most recently, Chris worked at a nonprofit strategy consulting firm, leading business development initiatives and supporting client engagements. He applied his professional experience to the gun violence prevention movement, serving as a volunteer leader with Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America.
Originally from Milwaukee, Chris stays active outdoors, enjoys smart comedies and political thrillers, and seeks to approach people and communities with curiosity and humility.