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Christopher "Chris" Hunter
President and CEO, CRS Temporary Housing; Daniels Alumnus, MBA; Executive Advisory Board Co-Chair
Executive Advisory Board
Christopher Hunter

Biography at a Glance

Chris (MBA 1999) is the president and CEO of CRS Temporary Housing (CRS) based in Phoenix, Arizona. CRS is the market leader in providing immediate accommodations for property loss-of-use claims by working directly with insurance carriers and their customers. Services include emergency hotel stays, short and long-term housing, furniture & housewares, catastrophe services, and commercial relocation.

Prior to working for CRS, Chris held a variety of executive leadership and board positions at international companies including Orica Limited and Special Devices Incorporated. He has extensive global  experience ranging from international for-profit public and private firms to local not for profit organizations. Chris’ focus on defining and executing strategic initiatives, as well as developing key performance indicators in support of those initiatives, provides a disciplined approach to improved performance and value creation.

Chris holds a Bachelor of Applied Science in Mining Engineering from Queen’s University and an MBA from the University of Denver, Daniels College of Business. He also completed the Advanced Management Program at the Harvard Business School. Chris is a member of the Executive Advisory Board of the University of Denver’s Daniels College of Business, and the Chairman of Adopt Technologies.