Born and raised in Queens, Chris at the age of 12 began volunteering at a local senior citizen center and at the YMCA. His first job was at the Catalpa YMCA, where he laerned how to work with people of all ages, and how to be a great leader. When he was 20, he became an emergency medical technician and began his professional career as a first responder. Starting with the New York city police department as an auxiliary police officer in the late 90's. In 2000 he was hired by the New York city Fire Department as an emergency medical technician & forensic photographer. He later was promoted to firefighter. While working as a forensic photographer during a life threatening rescue, Chris had his light bulb moment and came up with the idea for TrakBelt360.
Chris is an avid inventor & entrepreneur. He runs a monthly inventors club in the New York city metropolitan area. He is an inventor ambassador for the United Inventors Association, and also the founder of Inventor Rescue. Chris continues with his passion for helping others by continuing to do community service but, through his work with TrakBelt360™, has found a passion for helping other under-resourced inventors bring their ideas and concepts to life and avoid the many invention scams that target independent inventors and entrepreneurs.
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