Dr. Christopher Metzler is a legal scholar, CEO, strategist, and crisis manager. He moves easily from the barbershop to the boardroom.
The TV personality and insightful public intellectual is a dynamic, quick-witted, and gifted personality and strategist who uses his talents and vast knowledge to advise politicians, academics and titans of industry on how to make and sustain change in a global world. Dr. Metzler is not defined by boundaries; instead, the Doctor shatters them.
Dr. Metzler provides analysis on Fox News, CNN, MSNBC, BBC News, CNBC, News One, WHDT World News, NewsMax, and others.
A consistent TV presence and conservative thought leader, The Doctor’s insightful commentary is sought after by Fox News, CNN, MSNBC, BBC News, CNBC, News One, WHDT World News, NewsMax, and others.
Organizations such as the NIH, AARP, American Chemical Society, DePaul University, The Home Depot, Bank of America, Marriott, The Federal Reserve Board, Kentucky One Health Systems, The University of Maryland, Baltimore, The Lear Corporation, The Fire Department of New York, The NYPD, Chrysler, UAW-Ford, NIKE, Bank of America, Johnson & Johnson, The World Cup 2022, and others rely heavily on the Doctor’s strategic advice.
A seasoned academic, Dr. Metzler has served on the faculties of Cornell University, Georgetown University, the CUNY Graduate School, and Bellarmine University among others.
A serial entrepreneur, Dr. Metzler is President, Chief Growth Officer and CEO of FHWFit, a global health care conglomerate.
In addition to a Master’s degree in Human Rights from Columbia University, he read law at the University of Oxford, earning the (MsT) in International Human Rights Law. The Doctor was also educated in law at The Howard University School of Law and International Institute of Humanitarian Law (IIHL) in San Remo, Italy.
Dr. Metzler holds a Ph.D. from the University of Aberdeen in Law, as well as diplomas and postgraduate certificates in Constitutional Law.
He is a member of The University of Oxford in Oxford, England as well as a member of Kellogg College at the University of Oxford.