James T. Christy
Mr. James T. Christy received a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics from Northwest Nazarene University in 1987 and began his career with the Census Bureau that same year, as a Mathematical Statistician in the Field Division. He served as a program liaison for numerous surveys in the Financial Surveys Branch.
In 1989, he moved to the Denver Regional Office as a Supervisory Survey Statistician, where he supervised the data collection for a number of one-time and ongoing surveys. In 1990, he was the manager for the Denver Region’s Post Enumeration Survey and in 1993, he served as the Denver Regional Office Computer Specialist. As a Program Coordinator in 1995, he directed a broad range of surveys and was involved in the 1995 Special Census of Maricopa County, Arizona. In 1997, he became an Assistant Regional Census Manager for Census 2000. In this capacity, he was responsible for Local Census Offices in Montana, Wyoming, Utah, Nevada, Colorado and Arizona. He also directed the Administrative and Automation sections.
He transferred to the Kansas City Regional Office in 2001 and served as the Program Coordinator for the Partnership and Data Services Program, Geography, and a number of surveys.
Mr. Christy currently serves as the Regional Director for the Los Angeles Regional Census Office.