Chris manages Winslow & McCurry, PLLC, a mid-size law firm in the Village of Midlothian employing nine.
As an active member and past President of the Midlothian Rotary Club, American Legion Post 186, and other community and service organizations, Chris believes strongly in working hard to make Chesterfield a better place to live, work and raise a family.
Chris attended public school and graduated from Mary Washington College with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. Thereafter he worked as Campaign Manager for Orange County prosecutor Rob Bell for the 58th House District once held by Thomas Jefferson. After the landslide victory, Chris served as Legislative Assistant to Delegate Bell during the 2002-2003 General Assembly sessions.
During that time, Chris evaluated and made recommendation on a wide range of legislation including enhancing penalties for drunk driving, peeping and dogfighting, preserving the rights of midwives, and strengthening parents’ right to home school their children.
Following the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, Chris enlisted and served the United States Navy as an Intelligence Specialist. Stationed at Camp Lemonier in Djibouti, Chris created an intelligence methodology later named a command “best practice” in analyzing insurgent viability in Somalia. While serving, he studied at the Thomas Jefferson School of Law.
For several years, Chris worked as an instructor at Bryant & Stratton College in the criminal justice program. He then served as an adjunct professor in the University of Mary Washington’s Political Science Department.
The Winslows attend Bon Air Baptist Church.