Christopher Vincent works in Habitat for Humanity’s headquarters office in Washington, DC and serves as the vice-president of government relations and advocacy. His responsibilities include directing HFHI’s global advocacy strategy, working to influence policy and systems globally to increase access to adequate and affordable housing. He is also responsible for overseeing the government relations and advocacy efforts directed at influencing U.S. state/local, federal and international policy, for managing the global advocacy team, managing advocacy campaigns, and managing the daily operations of HFHI’s office in Washington, DC.
Christopher graduated from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill with a double major in International Studies and Anthropology. He and his wife, Katharine, have 3 children, Liam, Scarlett, and Gavin.