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Chris received his bachelor’s degree in Marketing from Philadelphia University.

Chris Fifis
Director of Business Development
Chris Fifis is the Director of Business Development for Grassi Healthcare Advisors (GHA).  With Chris as a member on the GHA leadership team, the firm's clients and prospects can expect to gain insightful guidance to help align the many advisory resources available at GHA with their own goals and business objectives.  Chris works closely with the firm’s professionals to cultivate new business opportunities and further the growth of both GHA practice areas and the clients they serve. 
 
Prior to joining GHA, Chris worked for an insurance broker where his role focused on mid-sized companies primarily in food processing, distribution and manufacturing—helping them improve their risk profile and establishing policies and procedures to mitigate their risk. Chris excelled and showed the biggest impact for his clients through working with them to reduce their workers comp premium.  Much of his success came from time spent learning about his client's operations, examining their strengths and weaknesses, and putting a plan in place to help reduce long-term premiums and promote long-term growth and success.
 
Chris is currently serving on the Board of Directors of Samaritan Healthcare & Hospice and the Board of Directors of the Cooper Foundation.  He previously served on the Board of Directors of the Mid Jersey Chamber of Commerce from 2014 to 2017 and the Board of Directors for the Camden County United Way from 2002 to 2008.
 
Additionally, In October 2018, Chris started the New Jersey HIG Food Collaborative council to provide key decision makers in the food industry a collaborative platform to help mitigate risk, improve operational efficiencies, increase profitability, and improve their strategic position. 
 
Chris received his bachelor’s degree in Marketing from Philadelphia University.