Christopher’s expertise spans the TMT spectrum, with particular depth in all areas of wireless technology and infrastructure. This includes mobile technology, wireless spectrum, towers and other wireless infrastructure, fixed wireless, private networks, and enabling wireline networks and infrastructure (e.g., fiber, data centers, etc.). Christopher has led numerous strategic engagements in business case evaluation, wireless spectrum valuation, tower portfolio assessment, and go-to-market strategy both in the US and globally for a range of client types, including major operators and investors.
Prior to Altman Solon, Christopher was a technical program manager for the U.S. DoD working to develop and field critical new technologies such as autonomous parachute systems and body armor. Christopher also worked on internal corporate strategy for a large IT services firm.
Christopher earned a BS and MS in Mechanical Engineering from Boston University and an MBA from Babson College.