Christopher joined Pathfinder in 2020 as the Knowledge Management Advisor for USAID’s MOMENTUM Integrated Health Resilience. He brings more than a decade of experience in knowledge management and communications for global health programs, largely focusing on reproductive health and family planning, in both humanitarian and development contexts.
Prior to joining Pathfinder, Christopher led knowledge management and communications efforts for Save the Children’s Reproductive Health in Emergencies Initiative and led a multi-sectoral group of knowledge management professionals to improve tools and processes across the agency. At EngenderHealth, he developed and implemented a comprehensive knowledge management strategy and supported a wide array of projects including the Maternal Health Task Force, the Postabortion Care Consortium and USAID’s Fistula Care.
Christopher holds a BA in history and secondary education from Boston College and a Master of Public Administration in Public & Nonprofit Management and Policy from New York University’s Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service.