Chris serves as University Relations Director at Mentor Collective, an impact-first start up whose mission is closing the equity gap in higher ed. In his role, Chris partners with universities (including Princeton) to design, launch, and manage scalable and sustainable mentorship programs to provide a trained, relevant mentor to every student who wants one. Prior to Mentor Collective, Chris spent five years at an ed tech company and ten years on campus in student affairs.
As University Relations Director, Chris oversees the partnership between Mentor Collective and Princeton University. His primary goal is ensuring the partnership together grows in impact and delivers meaningful outcomes to both participants and the University. He and the Mentor Collective team are excited to help bring the power of relevant mentorship to Princeton's graduate students and distinguished alumni.
"Learn to be comfortable being uncomfortable. The experience of growing and learning is almost always a vulnerable, uncomfortable experience. The moment you commit to stepping outside your comfort zone is the moment you begin to grow.”
Yes, I'm open to being contacted by a Princeton Graduate Student for an informational interview!