Chris Heinrich

Contributing Faculty
College of Health Sciences and Public Policy
Ph.D. Public Policy and Administration

Dr. Christopher J. Heinrich is passionate about fostering positive social change within the public policy arena. He has extensive experience researching far-right extremism, strategic planning, community outreach, and addressing social dilemmas. Committed to academic excellence, Dr. Heinrich serves as an instructor for MBA programs at two other universities. With significant executive experience in both the private and nonprofit/government sectors, he specializes in policy content creation, revision, management, and analysis. Dr. Heinrich is adept at building collaborative relationships with organizational leadership and stakeholders to establish best practices. He lives in Plymouth, ​Massachusetts with ​his family and enjoys spending time with his family, visiting museums, gardening, running, and watching cooking competition shows.


AA, North Idaho College

BA, University of Idaho

MBA, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

MPhil, Walden University

PhD, Walden University

Awards / Honors

Commendable Action, Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department/James LaRochelle, 2020