Kris has lived in Oregon for 30 years and has a long association with Quechua Benefit. Kris and his wife have traveled to Peru several times and are enthusiastic about Quechua Benefit’s work. Kris and his amazing wife Mimi Lettunich have two teenage sons.
Kris earned marketing and management degrees from Portland State University and was the captain of their football team. After a successful career in medical sales, Kris joined Twenty–Four Seven, an experience design firm based in Portland. Taking on the roles of Account Executive and Director of Culture, he has spent the last 10 years working with clients around the globe to create and execute customer–centric programs that produce brand advocates.
As the Director of Culture, Kris has helped drive the tenet of One Life. This allows members of Twenty–Four Seven to bring all their passions to the workplace. Through this concept, community work has had a spotlight in the culture. His past work advancing the lives of under-served children with Big Brother Big Sisters, CAMFED, Rosemary Anderson High School, The African Foundation, and Quechua Benefit has been in the forefront of these efforts.