As a Senior Analyst at Luminary Labs, Chris is an analytical thinker who enjoys digging into data to make sense of chaos and help clients navigate the unknown. He has applied this approach to open innovation challenges, data-driven investment theses, and program design.

Currently he leads a three-year program for the U.S. Department of Education on bringing new technology resources to adult learning. He also works with the Grand Victoria Foundation and Joyce Foundation on launching a digital learning lab to pilot innovative teaching tools.

Before joining Luminary Labs, Chris spent two years on Goldman Sachs’s trading floor modeling counterparty and market risk and developing strategies to adapt to financial regulation.

Chris received a B.A. in History from Yale University. Born in London to Canadian-American parents, Chris spends much of his free time explaining his hybrid accent and waking up early to catch soccer games. When not obsessing over sports statistics, Chris is probably designing a Fermi problem.