Christopher Berg is the Director of Field for Greenberg Quinlan Rosner’s Field Department. In this role, he manages oversight of all quantitative and qualitative research for progressive political campaigns, advocacy groups, and corporate clients, leading efforts during three major U.S. election cycles. He serves as a liaison between internal and external parties to ensure accurate, timely, and on‐budget research. Chris maintains vendor relationships, creates pricing quotes for client research, negotiates contracts, and vets new research services to enhance GQR’s product portfolio to clients. He helps develop research plans for complex, multi‐national, and multi‐modal projects to reach target audiences.

 Since joining the firm in 2010, Chris has managed hundreds of projects, at the national, statewide, congressional, and municipal level; including projects in Latin America, Europe, Africa, and Asia. Since 2014, Chris has managed more than 20 research projects in Canada.

 Prior to joining the firm in 2010, Chris worked as a National Field Coordinator for the international advocacy group, ONE. He also worked for Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton in the Senate and on her campaign for the democratic nomination for President in 2007/2008. Berg graduated from Miami University (OH) in 2007 with degrees in Interdisciplinary Studies (focus on Diplomacy and Foreign Affairs) and Spanish.