Chris recently co-founded Promithia, a venture that helps organizations find substantial savings on their indirect spending. Prior to Promithia, he served as Vice President of Black Box, where he leads, coaches and motivates the team to drive the company with continuous process improvements. With more than 25 years of experience in the IT industry, he founded and grew his company LOGOS into a multi-million dollar corporation before its 2010 acquisition by Black Box.
Prior to founding LOGOS, Chris held positions at engineering design firm Davy McKee and technology company ARC Electronics. He has been a member of the Cisco Systems Partner Executive Exchange Program (CPEE) since 2002, and of the Services Partner Advisory Board (SPAB) since its inception. A native Clevelander, Chris is passionate about contributing to the improvement of business, community and individual development. He has participated in Case Western Reserve University’s business mentoring program and is active with both the John Carroll Entrepreneurs Association and the Entrepreneurs EDGE. As a lifelong learner, Chris regularly benchmarks with competing companies, embraces developing market trends and emerging products and shares best practices for the benefit of the entire partner community.
Chris earned a B.S. in Business Administration from Bowling Green State University and an M.B.A. from Baldwin-Wallace College.