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The Advocate: Christopher Sheeron, CEO

Updated: Feb 6

Christopher Sheeron serves as chief executive officer of Grayson & Co., a strategic advisory firm operating at the nexus of public affairs and people. The company offers a unique suite of advocacy and consulting services to an array of corporations, governments, and individuals. He founded the company to help clients address their most pressing policy, business, and reputational challenges.

He also currently serves as president of a non-profit healthcare advocacy organization, communications advisor to NDP Analytics, and advisor to a London-based technology company. Christopher is a member of the Aspen Institute’s Society of Fellows, a member of the Citizens Association of Georgetown, a member of Maverick PAC, and a President’s Council member of Chaminade High School.

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Christopher earned his bachelor’s degree in international affairs from The George Washington University. He enjoys rowing, golf, and racquet sports, playing backgammon, and traveling in Latin America. Owing to his father’s native France, Christopher also cherishes time spent in the kitchen. Originally from New York, he currently resides in Washington, DC.

Chris Sheeron’s Prescription for Success:

Number 1: Be all about commitment, and take commitment seriously.

Number 2: Read newspapers, and write hand-written letters. Being up to speed on current events makes you a more interesting person too.

Number 3: Do the right thing at the right time, regardless of who is watching, because it’s the right thing to do.

Connect with Christopher:

Website: Twitter: @A4Horg Facebook: Action For Health LinkedIn: Action For Health Instagram: Phone: 202-823-2333

Notable quotes from Christopher’s interview:

We like to say surprise medical bills, because so many in the media say ‘surprise medical billing’ That is not accurate. The activity of billing should surprise nobody. Physicians send their bill for their services rendered. The surprise comes from the actual bill that they received from this out of network provider.
It’s frightening. We really can’t concede anymore power to this health insurance industry that is recording record profits when the rest of us are not doing too well.
Contact your state society. Contact your specialty society. Ask them what they are doing. Encourage them to speak up about this law.
Life is strange. It never works out how you intend.
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