"You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream."

C.S. Lewis

Chris Province, M.A.

Principal, Intentionality & Brand Alignment

Chris Province Chris Province is a performance improvement specialist with a passion for creating sustainable movements. With 5-plus years of independent professional services experience, Chris’ work focuses on the development of practices that identify, clarify and operationalize an authentic purpose. Developing integrated systems that result in well-aligned, highly intentional execution requires unwavering commitment, high levels of accountability and a willingness to operate outside of a comfort zone, all of which are cornerstones of his approach.

A member of the Cherokee Nation and graduate of Claremore High School, Chris completed his undergraduate studies at Oklahoma State University and earned a Master’s Degree from the University of Oklahoma in the field of Organizational Design. While attending OU, his work on transformational leadership models was formally recognized by University faculty for excellence in the field of Social & Behavioral Research. This research, which was developed in concert with Dr. Bob Schooley and Luke Freeman, established the foundation for P&PG’s approach and methodologies. Chris’ other academic and professional certifications include the completion of the Executive Development Program at University of Nevada – Reno, licensure as a PMI certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and certified John Maxwell TEAM speaker and coach.

Chris’ professional career includes extensive experience as an executive with core competencies of leadership, project management, product development, marketing and operational execution. With a broad range of experience spanning single and multi-unit operations, in rural and metropolitan markets, there exists the necessary balance of experience, knowledge and curiosity to help teams accomplish meaningful outcomes.

Chris makes his home in Bixby, Oklahoma with his wonderful wife, Megan, and their two young children. His favorite ways to spend time away from the office is coaching competitive baseball for the youth program at Oral Roberts University, doing art and coloring projects with his daughter and enjoying every moment the family is together.