Christian Sullivan is a graduate of Texas Christian University, located in Fort Worth, Texas. He completed his undergraduate studies with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with an emphasis on Experimental Psychology. Christian has presented research at the South Western Psychology Association in San Antonio, Texas SPSP Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Long Beach, CA. When Presented with a Mortality Salience Presented at CO3, Comparative Cognition Society, Melbourne, FL Research on Occasion Setting utilizing virtual reality technology. Christian was the youngest Texan to testify to the Jurisprudence Committee as part of the passing of Senate Bill 731 for the rights of the disabled working with his family, Senator Chris Harris and Toby Goodman on Texas legislation, and in 1999 Senate Bill 731 passed and signed into law by the then Governor George W. Bush. Christian was honored to receive a United States Trademark for the foundation’s logo: https://thechristinasullivanfoundation.org/about-our-logo
In 2017, he founded, along with his family, The Christina Sullivan Foundation, in loving memory of his sister.