Chris Hudson is a recognized political professional with a multitude of accomplishments and extensive experience. His comprehensive background includes everything from campaign management to grassroots organizing and nonprofit work, in addition to policy analysis and preparation of legislation while working at both state and federal legislative offices.
Chris spent the three years prior to AFP directing government relations for Strategic Advocacy, a public affairs firm, as well as the Foundation for Government Accountability, a non-partisan free market think tank. In 2010, Chris served as the Central Florida Field Director for the House majority’s campaign effort, directing more than 20 legislative campaigns along the I-4 Corridor.
Chris was a legislative assistant for Florida State Senator Lee Constantine, and prepared policy analysis and draft legislation for the senator’s office on many important issues, including public safety, education, energy, and transportation.
Chris attended Salve Regina University in Newport, Rhode Island, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and a Master of Arts degree in International Relations. He lives in Naples, Florida with his wife and daughter, and is an avid paintball player.