Chief Data and Analytics Officer

Chris is a data scientist and strategist actively working and investing in cloud data platforms to move intellectual property and field-based research into public benefit domains.

Since 2011, Chris has been collecting data to help communities and health care systems address mental health and addiction. He led development activities for Transforming Youth Recovery’s Capacitype Data and Mapping initiative and worked with former congressman Patrick Kennedy and Google Recover Together to document and replicate best practices for mental health and addiction care. In 2018, Chris founded sr4 Data Information Systems (DIS) – a data information company aimed at helping people organize and analyze data for the benefit of others. In 2019, Chris co-founded RecoveryLink, Inc. – a suite of digital recovery supports tools designed to improve substance use disorder and mental health recovery outcomes through systems transformation.

Chris holds a master’s in applied data science from Syracuse University School of Information Studies and a bachelor’s in business management from Gettysburg College.

A few fun facts about Chris…

Chris’s first job was as a YMCA camp counselor. His favorite hobbies are bad golf and house projects; if he were to retire tomorrow, he would buy an old farmhouse. Following the BBC film crew, Chris was part of the second non-native group allowed to enter the Lost City in the Sierra Nevada of Northern Colombia.