Christopher helps oversee and develop everything from web content, research reports, strategic memoranda, and other growth-related work at Faire. He is also helping build the architecture of Faire's media space, Faire.World, and Faire's ethical production verification process. His research background is mostly in political theory and American politics, but his other interests include the ethics and economics of international trade, U.S. public law, foreign affairs, and development. Beyond working in numerous grassroots non-profit settings before and during college, he has done humanitarian and environmental work in Siem Reap, Cambodia, and worked as a counselor, mentor, and inclusion teacher with at-risk students in Texas public schools (mostly supporting efforts to combat teen substance abuse). Before coming to Faire, he worked as a journalist for The Whim, writing on American politics and foreign affairs, and federal court cases. He took his BA in Government and Philosophy at the University of Texas at Austin, and is commencing graduate work in New York City next Fall.