Born and raised in the heart of the Interior, Chris Eversman is no stranger to the joys and perils of the Alaskan outdoors. After graduating from the University of Alaska Fairbanks with a B.S. in Chemistry, he taught mathematics at the UAF Community and Technical College for three years.
An avid distance runner, Chris has coached runners of varying ages and abilities, specializing in first-time and intermediate marathon runners. Chris has hiked nearly every trail in the Fairbanks area, skied nearly every slope, and flipped a canoe in nearly every river and stream.
Chris lives in Palmer and is a graduate student in the MSOEE program Alaska Pacific University. Currently, he teaches in Palmer at the Kellogg F.I.E.L.D. School.