Master of Forestry in Forest Resource Management – Duke University (2008); Master of Science in Geoscience – University of Arizona (2006); Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Studies – Yale University (2004)
GIS Certificate: NC (2008)
Chris has 12 years of experience in the fields of application development and data analysis in support of water, wastewater, stormwater, and solid waste projects. As a data analyst and application developer, he has experience including financial modeling, impervious area digitization and quantification, stormwater utility financial analysis, relational database development, Oracle and SQL Server programming, and desktop/web/mobile application development. His qualifications include specialized training in ESRI ArcGIS analysis and tool development, Microsoft .Net programming in the C# and VB.Net languages, web application programming in the ASP.Net framework, and mobile application development for the iOS (iPhone) and Windows Phone platforms. He is well versed in the entire lifecycle of stormwater utility development including feasibility studies, implementation, customer service, data maintenance, and process improvement. He is also familiar with water, wastewater, and solid waste financial modeling including cost-of-service studies, rate structure design, affordability and impact analyses, and billing system best management practices.