Chris joined Google in late 2019, where he leads the data and platform functions for the Security Risk team within Security Engineering. Chris is responsible for designing and developing the systems and processes required for data-driven risk management within Security and partner risk and control functions across Alphabet. Prior to Google, Chris served as a Vice President and Senior Engineer at Goldman, Sachs & Co., most recently as the lead of the data science, data modeling, risk measurement, and reporting teams for Operational Risk within the firm's Risk Division.
Following an internship in the summer of 2005, Chris started at Goldman, Sachs & Co. as a new analyst in 2006 within the Technology Division. After serving on a rotation of technical roles in order to build a foundational knowledge of the organization's technology operations, Chris led a team of business analysts to optimize and automate its business processes, applying operations management principles to implement facilitating inventory, capacity planning, service and product catalogs, and automated fulfillment systems. In 2013, Chris transitioned into the firm’s Information Security and Technology Risk organization, where he built out and managed a global data analytics team focused on the identification, quantification, and visualization of technology risk across the firm, serving both Technology Risk’s programs and their community of technology and business users.
Chris holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and received his Master of Engineering Management from the Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth College in December 2005.