Alumni 2008, BA 2008
Christopher served as the Lead Systems Administrator for AI Lab from 2004 until 2009 when he was recruited into a position in the private sector. In his position with the lab Christopher mentored both undergraduate and graduate students while providing support for the entirety of the lab's operations.
Throughout his tenure, Christopher participated in several projects; BioPortal™ for Disease Surveillance, Dark Web Terrorism Research Community Resource Development, Data Warehousing - Coplink/BorderSafe/RISC, and support for academic conferences such as Biosurveillance and Biosecurity Workshop hosted by the University of Arizona.
Christopher received his Bachelors Degree in Philosophy with a minor in Business Administration in December 2008.