Chris has lived in Chester County for 25 years; she and her husband have raised three kids here. Chris managed businesses in the fashion industry and then, as a stay-at-home parent, became active in open space, natural resource protection and infrastructure issues in her community. Upon returning to the workforce, Chris used her knowledge and experience to serve the people of Chester County as Chief of Staff to former State Representative Barbara McIlvaine Smith, Director of Legislative Initiatives to State Senator Andy Dinniman, and Chief of Staff to State Representative Carolyn Comitta. Chris is committed to protecting our quality of life and working to create opportunity for all. She wants to ensure that our economy and business environment are a foundation for growth; that our state lives within its means and is able to lend a hand to our neighbors in need. She believes we should listen to one another, respect alternative positions, and discuss solutions to hard problems in a civil manner. First elected by the people of the 158th in 2018, she serves on the PA House Committees on Agriculture & Rural Affairs, Local Government, and Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness as well as the Autism and Intellectual Disabilities, Blue-Green, Climate Caucus, Ladies of the House, Mental Health, PA SAFE, and Women’s Health Caucuses.
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