Chris joined Johnson Consulting in 2013. Prior to Johnson Consulting, he worked in the banking industry, in which he facilitated trades for Trust accounts, specializing in restricted securities. He holds a Master’s Degree in Sports Administration from Northwestern University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance from Marquette University.
During his time at Northwestern, Chris examined the economic impact of the Chicago Marathon and performed case studies on several facilities, including the Ford Center in Evansville, Indiana and the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts in Orlando, Florida.
At Johnson Consulting, Chris draws upon his unique educational and professional background to perform economic and demographic analysis, identify industry trends, and create user-based surveys.
Recent Project Experience:
Aurora University – Multipurpose Event Center (WI)
Biloxi Minor League Baseball Stadium – Feasibility and Economic Impact Analysis (MS)
Space Coast Stadium – Economic Impact and Use Assessment Study (FL)
Branson Sports Complex – Sports Marketing Feasibility Study (MO)
Heritage Park and Charter Amphitheatre – Economic and Fiscal Impact Study (SC)
United States Hockey League – Market Assessment Analysis (WI)