Executive Profile: Chris Stansbury, PwC Managing Director & Public Sector Sales Lead

Chris Stansbury
Chris Stansbury

Chris Stansbury serves as managing director and public sector sales lead at PwC, where he oversees customer sales and public sector business development.

Before he joined PwC in 2005, Stansbury served as the managing director and global healthcare sales lead at BearingPoint and a global account executive at SAP.

He also held the roles of business development manager at I-Net and project manager at W.J. Schafer Associates.

Stansbury worked as an epidemiologist and public health adviser at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention prior to joining the private sector.

He earned his bachelor’s degree in public health from Texas Tech University and completed an executive leadership education in business at the University of Pennsylvania’s The Wharton School.

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