CHRISTOPHER FREEZE is a retired FBI Special Agent in Charge and former Executive Director of the Mississippi Department of Human Services with nearly 25 years of experience leading and executing mission-critical strategies from a perspective experienced by only a few people.
Throughout his career, he learned how adverse childhood experiences and trauma significantly contributed to society's challenges and undermined societal foundations by creating a lack of trust. Now he wants to share the lessons he learned about building trust, developing relationships, and achieving success with you.
Today he consults with leaders in law enforcement, governmental agencies, non-profits, businesses, and communities of faith to teach them about (Re)Building Trust: A Trauma-Informed Approach to Leadership.
"Chris Freeze's presentation challenges leadership to be mindful of adverse childhood experiences that may, when left unchecked, create a hostile environment for all involved."
Dr. Phillip BurchfieldExecutive Director, Mississippi Association of School Superintendents
AN ADVOCATE FOR TRAUMA-INFORMED LEADERSHIP