Chris Davis
Chris Davis
Co-founder, Board Member

Chris is a co-founder and Board Member of Concord. He is focused on executing strong processes to move Concord forward profitably.

Chris had an entrepreneurial mindset from an early age, having started a successful lawn service with a friend at the age of 16. After passing off the lawn service to his younger brother, Chris attended St. John’s University and graduated with a B.A. in English, where he studied more poetry than he would have liked. Chris married his high school sweetheart, took a job selling hunting and fishing books to retail stores. On a recommendation from Jeff Northrup, Chris was hired as a salesperson for a startup company in the IT staffing world. Eventually he went on to form Concord with Jeff and Stu.

Chris is proud of Concord’s growth from a start-up to the largest privately-held consulting company in the Midwest, but he is most proud of the people and the families he has watched grow and thrive while working at Concord, including that of his own four children. Likewise, Chris is proud of Concord’s generous community and charity support – in particular Chris is honored to support the Concord Foundation, the Spenser Somers Foundation, Edina Schools & Athletics, Treehouse, and the Good Grocer.

Do you have any fun or exciting hobbies?
Tell us one thing no one knows about you.
I'm an open book. No secrets.
If you could be any superhero who would you be and why?
The Invisible Man...because he's invisible.
If you could travel anywhere in the world where would you go and why?
Ha! I can travel anywhere in the world! Can't wait to go permit fishing in Belize with Concord's Presidents Club.
Have you ever been told you look like someone famous? If so, who?
I used to hear Kiefer Sutherland, but not so much anymore.
If you could have unlimited storage for one thing, what would it be?
Hunting gear.
What is your favorite summer activity?
Creating deer habitat and food plots with my John Deere tractor.
What is your favorite TV channel?
Sportsman's Channel
What is one thing you did as a kid that you should have gotten in trouble for, but never got caught?
Sneaking out at night as a teenager...then sneaking back in as my dad stepped out to grab the morning paper.