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Hosting an event requires lots of planning and resources. Chris wants to do what he can to make this easier by removing unnecessary barriers so you can put on a life-changing event or begin your personal transformation to becoming a trauma-informed leader.

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Fill out the online form and let Chris know you're interested in him speaking at your event. He will review the details, check his availability, and follow up with any questions. If you both agree that he's a good fit for your event, he will tentatively hold your booking date and follow up to iron out all the details.

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"I absolutely recommend Chris to organizations that desire a quality professional to speak to their organization. He is skilled at presenting your topic in ways that are both educational and motivational. He is prepared, well organized, and has a great delivery. You will not be disappointed."

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Since his retirement from public service in May 2019, Christopher Freeze has dedicated his time to helping leaders succeed professionally and personally by understanding how trauma disrupts a person’s ability to be trustful, how trauma-informed leadership principles can improve trust, and how the science of hope can cultivate trust.
He co-founded and began working with the Hope Science Institute of Mississippi, Inc., in March 2021, to share the Science and Power of Hope.
A lifetime of service and a commitment to helping others led Mr. Freeze to accept an appointment as the Executive Director of the Mississippi Department of Human Services (MDHS). Governor Phil Bryant appointed Freeze to the post on August 1, 2019. He served until January 14, 2020.
As executive director, Mr. Freeze oversaw an agency responsible for providing a wide range of public assistance to children and families throughout Mississippi. Under his leadership, agency staff helped Mississippians move from a state of crisis to self-sufficiency through targeted state assistance programs. This assistance made a profound difference to these families and improved the quality of life within the state.
Before his appointment at MDHS, Mr. Freeze served 23 years with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), most recently as Special Agent in Charge of the FBI’s Jackson Division. Christopher Freeze was appointed to the position of Special Agent in Charge of the FBI’s Jackson, MS Field Office on September 22, 2016 until May 24, 2019.
As head of the FBI in Mississippi, Mr. Freeze worked to strengthen partnerships with public and private sector agencies, bring attention to the challenges facing law enforcement, and encourage individuals to demonstrate leadership in all aspects of their professional and personal life.
Beginning in November 2010, Mr. Freeze served in various leadership roles dealing with counterintelligence, counterterrorism, and cyber-crimes. Before moving to Jackson, MS, Mr. Freeze served as the Section Chief of the FBI’s Foreign Terrorist Tracking Task Force (FTTTF), which is housed within the FBI’s Counterterrorism Division in Washington, D.C.
Mr. Freeze began his career with the FBI in July 1996, as a Special Agent (SA) in Richmond, Virginia, where he worked public corruption, computer fraud, and financial institution fraud cases. In January 2006, he transferred to the Houston, Texas FBI office, where he was involved in cases pertaining to national security matters for the FBI and the United States intelligence community.
Prior to joining the FBI, Mr. Freeze worked as a Certified Public Accountant with the Tennessee Division of State Audit. He holds a Master of Arts in Religion and a Master of Science in Strategic Studies.
He can be reached at moc.ezeerfsirhcrm%40sirhc or through his website: www.mrchrisfreeze.com.

Short Bio

Since his retirement from public service in May 2019, Christopher Freeze has dedicated his time to helping leaders succeed professionally and personally by understanding how trauma disrupts a person’s ability to be trustful, how trauma-informed leadership principles can improve trust, and how the science of hope can cultivate trust.
He co-founded and began working with the Hope Science Institute of Mississippi, Inc., in March 2021, to share the Science and Power of Hope.
Mr. Freeze was appointed as the Executive Director of the Mississippi Department of Human Services (MDHS) by Governor Phil Bryant on August 1, 2019. He served until January 14, 2020.
Under his leadership, agency staff helped Mississippians move from a state of crisis to self-sufficiency through targeted state assistance programs.
Before MDHS, Mr. Freeze served 23 years with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), most recently as Special Agent in Charge of the FBI’s Jackson Division beginning on September 22, 2016, until May 24, 2019.
As head of the FBI in Mississippi, Mr. Freeze worked to strengthen partnerships with public and private sector agencies, bring attention to the challenges facing law enforcement, and encourage individuals to demonstrate leadership in all aspects of their professional and personal life.
He can be reached at moc.ezeerfsirhcrm%40sirhc or through his website: www.mrchrisfreeze.com.

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