“Christopher Robert Greene was born and raised in Spokane to parents Tom Greene and Becky Fix. Growing up on the South Hill, Christopher attended Catholic school, before graduating high school from Gonzaga Preparatory School. Looking forward to the big city and new experiences, Christopher moved to Seattle in late 2000 and stayed for twelve years, completing his undergrad at the University of Washington and graduate school at Seattle University. Over his twelve years in Seattle, Christopher volunteered with several local organizations, including Teen Feed and the Seattle International Film Festival. Additionally, to add to Christopher’s education in film and marketing, Christopher worked for several major film studios as their local PR and marketing coordinator.
Following passing the Washington State Bar Exam, Christopher returned to his hometown of Spokane. Upon arrival, Christopher helped his family start a local food company, Cliff Cannon Foods, and held the position of in-house counsel at Washington Trust Bank. After five years, and helping start the Legal Department at WTB, Christopher pivoted his career and went to work for a private law firm, representing companies in the financial space- while also starting his own law practice on the side. Getting involved in Spokane, Christopher has served on committees and boards of several local organizations, including Women and Children’s Free Restaurant, the Spokane Club, and the Community Colleges of Spokane Foundation.
When not working or helping local organizations, Christopher enjoys spending time with friends and family at the lake, on the ski mountain, or around a dinner table- all while enjoying great conversation and delicious food and drinks. Christopher is a voracious fan of all things pop culture and continues to love the creation of- and the experience of- film, including very slowly working with an old friend on a semi-biographical screenplay about growing up in Spokane.”