Chris supports projects within CCI’s Community-Centered Care and Population Management portfolios of work.

Before joining CCI, Chris worked as a researcher at Innovations for Youth, where he conducted qualitative research and helped shape the center’s science communication strategy. He specializes in human-centered design, participatory action research, and models for promoting multi-sector collaboration. Previously, Chris held several positions focused on the use of art and music as creative tools to empower youth both in clinical and community settings.

Chris is a graduate student at the University of California, Berkeley School of Public Health and received his bachelor’s degree from Bard College. He enjoys cooking, loves to climb, and continues to pursue his own musical projects.