Christopher’s interest in community design, development, and programming stems from his childhood growing up in the New Deal Era planned community of Greenbelt, Maryland. Playing many sports in his earlier days and embracing many team building roles in his high school and college days, Christopher loves working collaboratively to access the talents of others for the purpose of reaching common, ambitious goals. Having studied Civil Engineering as an undergraduate, Christopher has worked in both construction management and urban planning capacities. His interest in creating more equipped, connected, and socially-minded urban areas has drawn him to BSD as a Program Manager and Impact Analyst, where he contributes to the development of the metrics-based Design For Impact program.
Bachelor of Civil Engineering – Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C.
Registrations / Accreditations
Civil Engineer in Training (E.I.T.)
Christopher enjoys backpacking with his two brothers, attending Kennedy Center performances, and going to Orioles games (even when they're really bad). He spends a lot of his time expanding an entrepreneurial initiative (A+b) and learning about innovative, effective impact development.
While attending Catholic U, Christopher had the opportunity to study abroad at the Hong Kong Polytechnic Institute where he also trained with an international dragon boat racing club.