Chris grew up in New Jersey, and despite living in New England for over a decade, is still proud to be from the Garden State. Chris graduated from Johns Hopkins with degrees in biomedical and chemical engineering and while there received the Provost Undergraduate Research Award for work in drug delivery for epilepsy patients. After graduation, he headed to the pharmaceutical industry where he worked full time while earning his Master’s degree in chemical engineering from the University of Pennsylvania. After a decade in the biotechnology industry overseeing supply chain management and operations, Chris attended the MIT Sloan School of Management as a Sloan Fellow and received his MBA in 2014. Currently, Chris is working at CVS Health in their product strategy and innovation group.
Chris has worked as a mentor and tutor while in school and in the workplace. At Johns Hopkins, he tutored core undergraduate classes, including physics, chemistry, and statistics. He has also taught supply chain and operations topics in the context of coursework, case studies, and job interviews.
Outside of work, Chris is an endurance athlete who competes in marathons and triathlons. His goal is to run all six Abbott World Major Marathons, and he has already completed Boston (2016) and Chicago (2017). He is currently training for Berlin in September 2018, which leaves only the NYC, London, and Tokyo to complete. Chris is also a decent cook and baker much to the delight for his wife and two daughters.