Chris Stodghill was born in Oklahoma City, OK and has spent time living in San Diego, CA., Kansas City, MO., and Richmond, VA. Chris became interested in Psychology during high school and continued his education at San Diego Mesa Junior College before transferring to Chowan College in North Carolina. Chris obtained his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology in 2002 and after graduating from college spent a few years playing semi-professional football with the Virginia Ravens in Richmond, VA leading the team to two Mason Dixon Football League Championships in 2004 and 2005 as well as the AFA East Coast National Champions in 2004.
Chris was inducted into the Mason Dixon Football League Semi Pro Hall of Fame in 2015. He began working in the Human Services field as a one-on-one in Richmond City Schools. He has worked in the field for more than 10 years as a mentor, foster care caseworker, community based and day treatment counselor.
Chris has been a resident of the Eastern Shore since 2005 and currently resides in Melfa, Virginia with his wife Maggie and three sons Benjamin, Isaac, and Lucas. Chris enjoys being involved in the community and coaching his three sons in baseball and football. He has dedicated much of his time volunteering and coaching in various Shore athletic and youth organizations.
Chris Stodghill is currently the Assistant Director of Licensed Programs for Therapeutic Interventions. He started working as a Day Treatment Counselor when the company began providing services in 2008. He has also held the positions of Day Treatment and Community Based Supervisor.