CHRISTOPHER A. SARRO is General Counsel to Threan Communications, LLC.
He is an attorney, author and advocate.
Chris is the Co-Author of "Food Renaissance: Our New World of Food" by Mary Jo and Chris Sarro and is the Co-Founder of FoodRenaissance.com about Enjoying Food for Better Health.
The couple are the creators of Sarro's Synergy of Food, a breakthrough delicious and nutritious approach to food for better energy, responsible weight loss and a personal renaissance in life from ordinary food from local markets and supermakets. The Sarros are also known as "The Shrinking Sarros" and "The Supermarket Sarros." Their mission is to share their techniques to empower others to create and maintain an independent healthy lifestyle. They encourage people to improve their health and fitness in the Renaissance Run for Better Health.
Chris is a motivational speaker and health advocate, who helps businesses and organizations create a healthy work environment and assists and inspires employers and employees to take responsibilty to improve the quality of life at the workplace, reduce health care costs and participate in a Renaissance for Better Health and Life.
Sarro is a graduate of Harvard University with Honors in Economics and was a Rhodes Scholarship Candidate. He received his Juris Doctorate from Saint John’s University School of Law, was a member of the Moot Court, an intern in the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York and a law clerk in the Supreme Court of the State of New York, Queens County.
He received a Commendation from the United States Secretary of the Army, Clifford Alexander, Jr., as the author of an International Economic Action Proposal, concerning the economic hardships of the American troops in Europe, presented in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, in advance of President Carter's Economic Summit in Europe.
Sarro has previously served in the financial industry in Westchester and Manhattan, New York and was a Financial Advisor and BusinesScape Coordinator for Morgan Stanley, in White Plains, New York. As the Co-Founder and Moderator of the Westchester Mayors Business Summit and as an Opening Day Kickoff Speaker of Yonkers Business Week, he has advocated for business leaders to be good corporate citizens.
He has been a Contributing Columnist for the Westchester Times Tribune, the Yonkers Tribune and the New York Tribune and has been a television and radio talk show host. He has reported directly from the United Nations, including questioning President Boris Yeltsin during his first international press conference in the United States. He has a background in Media Production, including The New World of Food, Threan Communications Network (TCN), International Citizen, A Westchester Minute, The Yorktown Rotarian and In Focus.
Sarro is a recipient of the Westchester Golden Apple Service Award, the Rotary International Paul Harris Award and was honored as Poet Laureate of International District 7230. He is a graduate of Yorktown High School, attended the Columbia Math Project, lettered in football, basketball and baseball and as Quarterback was honored by President Gerald Ford with the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame Scholar-Athlete Award.
Sarro's appearances include FOX MORNING NEWS, NBC NEWS, THE TODAY SHOW, ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT and THE HOME SHOW.
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