Senior Director of Advancement
Chris Chapman joined the Texas Public Policy Foundation team in July of 2016.
Prior to joining the Foundation, Chris has worked in both the California and Texas Legislatures, higher education development and engagement and continues to be active in his community. He has recently served as President of the Greater Dallas Pachyderm Club, President of the Hunter’s Ridge Home Owner’s Association, and as Chairman of the Hackberry Creek Country Club Board of Governors.
Chris is an active member of St. Ann Catholic Parish in Coppell and enjoys volunteering his time at the annual carnival and with the First Tee of Greater Dallas, which provides young people with character-building and life skills lessons using golf as the platform to discover how skills essential to success on a golf course can also help them flourish in life.
Chris is a graduate of Texas Tech University and a native of West Texas. Growing up in Plainview helped shape and instilled upon him the value of the founding American principles of individual liberty, personal responsibility, and limited government.
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