Chris Eyestone is a research assistant for Capital Alpha, supporting political and regulatory research across several practices, including telecom, media, technology, health care, trade, and industrials. Prior to joining Capital Alpha, Chris served as a food and agricultural policy lobbyist for Fortune 500 agribusinesses. Chris also has experience in emergency medical services, having served as Chief of the Virginia Tech Rescue Squad, the country’s first student-run, all-volunteer EMS agency. He continues to volunteer with a local volunteer Rescue Squad in Northern Virginia. Chris holds Bachelor of Science degrees in Agricultural Economics and Spanish, both from Virginia Tech.