Christopher Maroshegyi is a Director at the Albright Stonebridge Group, where he helps clients navigate markets in Europe and the Middle East. He also works with the firm’s energy and environment interest group, where he advises clients on the geopolitics of global energy markets and the impact of climate on business operations. Prior to joining ASG, he served in a number of strategic development roles, creating, growing, and managing mission-driven organizations. Most recently, he served as founding director of P3 Intelligence at the Concordia Summit. Prior to that, Mr. Maroshegyi was vice president of public policy at E.L. Rothschild, an investment company with a wide range of holdings in global markets. In this role, he helped to launch the Henry Jackson Initiative for Inclusive Capitalism. Previously, Mr. Maroshegyi spent two years with the UNESCO Iraq Office, where he worked closely with the Government of Iraq and the private sector to develop and manage scientific and environmental initiatives.
Chris holds an M.A. of Law and Diplomacy in international business relations, environment and resource policy, and negotiation and conflict resolution from The Fletcher School at Tufts University, during which time he served as a summer associate at ASG. He was a Fulbright Fellow in Budapest, Hungary, and earned a B.A. in international studies from Boston College. He speaks Hungarian, Arabic, and Italian. He is based in Washington, D.C.