Chris began working at Baylor University in the Summer of 2015 as an Academic Consultant of Classroom Technology. In this role, he provides support for classroom and shared technology spaces across campus. In addition to these duties, he also provides support for video conferencing, software, and classroom response devices. Chris has served as the lead support for all Turning Technology clicker devices, and has worked with countless faculty in ensuring they are able to use this technology in their instruction. He has also received multiple Baylor Plus Salutes, the most recent being in January of 2020, for his work above and beyond the job description in supporting faculty with any issues they might have. He received his BBA from Baylor, and a Masters in Education from the University of Colorado-Denver. Prior to working at Baylor, Chris was a high school business and technology teacher.
Outside of Baylor, Chris enjoys spending time with his wife and two children, either hunting, fly fishing or skiing in his hometown in Colorado. He attends First Baptist Woodway where he teaches pre-K Wednesday night church, and loves spending time outside every chance he gets.