Christopher Guerrero is a husband and father working to realize healthy, respectful manhood in his home and community. Christopher’s work to prevent violence against women began in 2010 with a collaboration between the Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse and the Tucson Vet Center in Tucson, Arizona. Since that time, Christopher has been working with men who have served in the military to take leadership on preventing abuse and violence in their homes and broader communities.
Christopher has previously served in the United States Army from 2001 to 2006 with multiple combat deployments during his service. He is a graduate of the Noncommissioned Officer Academy at Fort Stewart, GA and U.S. Army Ranger School at Fort Benning, GA. He has earned his undergraduate and graduate degrees in Social Work from Arizona State University. Christopher currently serves as a behavioral health lead for the Southern Arizona VA Health Care System.