Chris Johnson is the founder of several companies and the current owner and manager of two small businesses. He consults for clients in the areas of strategic management and sustainability. As an entrepreneur with a history of launching new products and new businesses, he is able to assist companies in identifying and leveraging their core strengths to develop winning market strategies.
Chris also has extensive non-profit experience having spent years as Warden and a Member of the Board of Trustees of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York City. Chris is currently Treasurer and Member of the Executive Committee of the Laymen’s Club, a group a lay persons from the Northeast who, for more than a century, have raised money in support of the Cathedral and its programs.
Also philanthropic, Chris occasionally does projects like this book as a labor of love.
"Unsafe in Human Hands" describes the problems of violence in present day America as compounded by our historic gun culture. The book helps illuminate some of the myths and biases that cloud our ability to see these problems clearly, hoping to improve the quality of our national debate. Most importantly, it provides some real solutions. Gun violence is really a story about people, not guns.