Chris oversees digital communications and strategy for 100 Resilient Cities – Pioneered by The Rockefeller Foundation. In this role, he oversees content, editorial planning, video and multimedia production, social media, visual design, and brand for 100RC, in addition to supporting cities through digital communications planning and public engagement strategies for cities around the world.
Before joining 100RC, Chris managed the digital media practice at Blue State Digital, the agency best known for its work on both of President Obama’s election campaigns, supervising a team of planners and strategists and overseeing the agency’s global media engagements for leading international nonprofits, political candidates and causes, advocacy organizations, and brands, including US Fund for UNICEF, the United States Olympic Committee, and Google.
Previously, Chris was Director of Digital Marketing for the Presidential Inaugural Committee, where he oversaw digital marketing programs for President Obama’s second inauguration. During the 2012 election cycle, Chris served as Senior Advertising Strategist for President Obama’s reelection campaign, responsible for managing and overseeing all paid social marketing, field marketing, and constituency marketing programs. Chris also helped launch Bully Pulpit Interactive, a leading Democratic communications firm, and has worked in Equity Research for Woori Investment and Securities in Seoul, South Korea and in Citywide Operations for the New York City Department of Parks.
Chris holds a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) from Wesleyan University and a Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) from New York University’s Stern School of Business. Chris is a marathon runner, lover of maps of all kinds and separated bike lanes.