Prior to joining ECONorthwest, Chris served as an in-house economist for a leading Architecture & Engineering firm advising architects on the economics of design alternatives. Chris has been an active member of the International Economic Development Council, the Urban Land Institute, and the Commercial Real Estate Development Association (NAIOP).
- B.A. Economics (Cum Laude), Pacific Lutheran University (Emphasis in Mathematics and Domestic Policy)
- Certificate in Economic Development, University of Oklahoma Economic Development Institute