After graduating in 2003 with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, Chris found opportunities in Southern New Hampshire that have kept him here ever since. With a career designing products in the life science and defense industries, Chris has always found himself at the forefront of bringing new products to market as a design engineer, project leader, or manager. With a history of innovation, Chris’ name can be found on several design and utility patents associated with liquid handling in the life science industry.
Chris is a lifelong ice hockey player and is currently a Level 4 USA Hockey Certified coach. Along with being a head coach within the Manchester Regional Youth Hockey organization, for whom his son is a player, Chris also finds time for his own hockey by managing and captaining an adult hockey team. In the gaps between hockey games, Chris can be found supporting his daughter’s basketball and soccer activities as well as travelling with the whole family- Hawaii is a preferred spot. When things slow down, he hopes to find more time to ride his Harley enjoying the White Mountains.