Christopher Myers is a social reformer with a commitment to eradicating poverty and upgrading democracy. Born in Cincinnati, he holds an MSc in Social Policy from the University of Pennsylvania, a BA in Philosophy from Ohio University, and a diploma from Milford Schools in Appalachia. His graduate research focused on “Modernizing Social Security”. In addition, he was the top organizer for AARP’s Take A Stand effort in Ohio, a nonpartisan groundswell encouraging reforms to Social Security and Medicare. Myers has held many roles in public service, including for the United States Senate, City of Cincinnati, and the Leaders in Environmental Action for the Future Foundation (LEAF). He possesses a vast array of skills, from policy development and mobile organizing, to constituent affairs and office settings. Myers is interested in commensurate policy roles with think tanks, the public sector, or nonpartisan reform organizations. In his spare time, he grows chili peppers, enjoys running, and spends time with his family—and rescued black cat.