Christopher N. Smith is a doctoral student at Howard University pursuing his PhD in Sociology with his research centering on consensual non-monogamous relationship trends in current and historical contexts. His prior education includes a Master of Arts in Religious Studies with a concentration in Religion and Society and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a minor in Anthropology form Howard University.
Mr. Smith has extensive experience within the education, human services and criminal justice sectors within the District of Columbia and Hawaii. Currently he is employed by the District of Columbia Department of Human Services & the United States Air Force while laying the ground work for The Tenability Movement; an education and arts based advocacy organization.
He is an educator, community builder, father, relationship advocate and passionate about increasing awareness of and support for non-monogamous relationships structures in the United States. Follow him on Instagram, Twitter and Snapchat: @MrTenability and Facebook: www.facebook.com\MrTenability.