Christopher Grosso is called to serve mission-driven non-profits that work to improve the lives of our neighbors, neighborhoods, and the world. He has helped these organization by executing strategic communications and advancement plans that highlight mission-impact to attract new supporters and raise awareness of how others can help.
Inspired by Cranaleith’s mission to provide a space for those on the margins seeking transformation, and by the tranquil oasis of the campus, Christopher believes that telling the story of “who and how” Cranaleith serves will draw more people to utilize its services and to support its work.
Prior to coming to Cranaleith, Christopher was communications director for the Congregation of the Mission (Vincentians) of the Eastern Province (East Coast, Panama). He spent seven years in communications and advancement at Cabrini University, and previously at various other non-profits.
Christopher has an MA in Religion from Cabrini University, an MFA in Creative Writing (Poetry) from Brooklyn College, and a BA in English from West Chester University. In his spare time, Christopher enjoys writing (poems, novels, plays), running (well…at his age…slow jogging) and corralling his three mischievous cats. What he’s most proud of in life is the love of his wife and stepdaughter.