Chris joined Interstate in 2005, where he’s since served as director of legal affairs, director of human resources and general counsel. He oversees all enterprise legal matters, human resources, company culture and internal communications.
Chris also harbors a passion for enriching the lives of others, and his devotion to team member growth and development has helped shape the careers of hundreds of people at Interstate. His eighth value* is relationships, with God, family and others. In 2008, he worked to create the President’s Intensive Leadership Orientation Team (PILOT), which serves to assist in the growth and development of the company’s emerging leaders. Since then, he’s remained focused on mentoring, leadership development and values training; working to ensure opportunities for growth and development are available to all who wish to pursue them.
Naturally, his servant’s heart reaches beyond the workplace, too. Chris lends his volunteer time to Family Legacy, the Salesmanship Club of Dallas’ Momentous Institute and Highland Park United Methodist Church.
Fun Fact: If he weren’t working for Interstate Batteries, Chris would pursue a career as a teacher – for what it’s worth, we have a feeling he’d make a pretty good one.