B.F.A. Computer Art & Animation, Savannah College of Art and Design
M.S. Higher Education Administration, Florida State University
Ph.D. Candidate, Education and Human Development, George Mason University
Building/Room: STCN 380
Chris Fiorello is committed to helping students make decisions that promote lifelong wellness. He understands what it’s like to struggle with personal wellness decisions and focuses his approach to student wellness on reasonable goals setting, intrinsic motivations, and committing to incremental change. He helps students process through the societal messages about wellness that are often unrealistic, can stigmatize students, and lead to unhealthy goals. Chris has 20 years’ experience working with college students in a variety of capacities. His favorite trip was his move to Seattle where he drove the more than 3,000 miles trip with his faithful canine companions, Luka and Willie, and stopped along the way at several national parks, forests, and monuments, including Badlands and Yellowstone. When Chris isn’t a work, he can be found at home with his wife and three daughters, who are the joy of his life. Chris is an avid board gamer. He holds a bachelor of fine arts degree in 3D animation from Savannah College of Art and Design and a master of science degree in higher education administration from Florida State University. Chris is also a current doctor of philosophy candidate in education and human development at George Mason University where his research focuses on disrupting harmful and dangerous performances of masculinity and promoting healthy masculinities.