Chris Bryce began his National Park Service Career in 1987 as a seasonal park ranger at Manassas National Battlefield Park. He became a permanent employee in 1988 as an interpretive park ranger at Independence National Historical Park.
In 1992, he returned to Manassas NBP serving as an interpretive park ranger. In 1999, he became an interpretive park ranger at Colonial National Historical Park/Yorktown Battlefield. In 2008, he became the supervisory park ranger for the Historic Jamestowne unit of Colonial National Historical Park. Where he oversaw the visitor services operations of the site. He is currently the Chief of Interpretation for Petersburg National Battlefield a position he has held since 2010.
Chris holds a bachelor’s degree in History with a concentration in 18th and 19th American military history and 20th century European military history from East Tennessee State University. He resides with his family in Williamsburg, VA