Chris is a lifelong resident of Baton Rouge and is excited about the opportunity to change the current educational system in this city. Chris has been volunteering with children since he was in high school. During college he participated in the Volunteers in Public Schools program and served as a reading friend at Highland Elementary. For the past four years, Chris has been a guest speaker at career day at Sherwood Middle Magnet speaking to middle school classes about his work as an assistant district attorney. In 2013, Chris volunteered with the Real Men Read program at Audubon Elementary. Outside of the public school system, Chris just began his 13th year coaching middle school athletics at St. Aloysius Catholic School where he serves as the head basketball coach for the 8th grade.
After graduating from law school, Chris began work at Watson, Blanche, Wilson and Posner a law firm practicing in the area of medical malpractice defense. In 2009, Chris began working at the East Baton Rouge District Attorney’s office. He is currently assigned as the senior felony prosecutor in Section 5 of the 19th Judicial District Court and handles felony cases ranging from theft and drug charges to homicides.
Chris also serves as the President of the Sigma Phi Epsilon Alumni Volunteer Corporation at Louisiana State University. He is the Lieutenant District Governor for Sigma Phi Epsilon in Louisiana and Mississippi. He is a class representative on the Louisiana State University Law Young Alumni Leadership Council.
Chris earned a Bachelor of General Studies from Louisiana State University and a Juris Doctor and Bachelor of Civil Law from Louisiana State University.