Christopher is an internationally experienced, cross-functional growth strategy professional with a robust understanding of brand strategy, corporate communication and creative campaign development. He boasts broad international business experience after having lived, and worked in Switzerland and Luxembourg for twelve years.
Christopher graduated from Bates College, with a degree in Political Economics and Early European History. During his time at Bates, Christopher researched and wrote his thesis on the lingering economic, security and political impacts of Iran's reconceptualization of its constitution between 1979 and 1989.
About 5 years later, after working in Boston and Washington DC as a management consultant, he decided to attend business school and received his MBA from Northeastern University.
While in business school Christopher pursued a focus in marketing and entrepreneurship working with his team to build a successful proof-of-concept business. Additionally, Christopher was a founding graduate member of IDEA, Northeastern's Venture Accelerator. As a member of IDEA, Christopher coached individuals and teams with new businesses and product ideas and provided input on whether to fund them.
Christopher resides in Seattle, WA and works for Boston-based Genuine, a digital advertising agency owned by Jack Morton Worldwide, an IPG agency.
"Method and System for Implementing a Car Subscription Model Program"
Filed in the United States
Provisional Patent: 61/692,550
Brand management, creative campaign development, media planning, audience insight development, public relations, strategic communications, talent management, organizational behavior, process improvement, growth strategy and change management.