Christopher is a community health advocate and collaborator. Christopher is from a non-Indigenous family that has called Montana home for generations. He’s guided by an intention to have a positive impact on the communities that raised him – and he has a strong history of showing up.
Christopher has worked on numerous initiatives aimed at improving the lives of his neighbors – including developing a supportive housing program, hosting community conversations around domestic violence, and leading a mental health education campaign - and has served on the Gallatin City-County Board of Health throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Christopher is running for Bozeman City Commission because he believes Bozeman has the opportunity to be a leader in creating the type of strong, equitable, inclusive, and just communities we all deserve. Against the backdrop of a devastating state legislative session, Christopher will be an unwavering voice to advocate for health, working families, LGBTQ+ people and folks of color. He’s committed to fighting for affordable housing, addressing the climate crisis, and increasing access to services that folks need to thrive – such as childcare, healthcare, and transportation.