Board Director, CMHA Niagara
As the Community Office Manager to Member of Parliament Pam Damoff (Oakville North-Burlington), Chris holds a Bachelor of Arts in History and Political Science and a Masters in Education Leadership and Administration, offering specialized knowledge in Government relations, capacity building, and strategic planning. He joined the CMHA Niagara Board in 2020, moving back to Niagara and being inspired by the life-saving services CMHA Niagara offered to his family in a time of crisis. Inspired by the Mobile Crisis Rapid Response Team as a model of effective public safety practice, and interested in the intersectionality of access to and utilization of mental health resources and services by marginalized communities, Chris’ advocacy and policy perspectives contribute greatly to the board. He is also a Board Director with Brock University Alumni Association.