Christopher Sibley: CEO/President
CEO of The Sibley Firm, Christopher Sibley excels as a leader, manager, and advisor for his growing team with 10 years of experience. Christopher graduated from Culver City High School in 2004 and studied Public Relations at Full Sail University.
Prior to establishing The Sibley Firm, Christopher worked at Ascension Lutheran Church (Evangelical Lutheran Church), where he was responsible for coordinating events in the South Central area on behalf of the Youth & Family Ministries.
Most of his experience stems from Black Entertainment Television, working directly with Daytime Emmy Award Winner, Steve Harvey on Celebration of Gospel and Mary Mary on Sunday Best as a talent liaison, Pan African Film & Arts Festival, he assisted the Executive Director of Student Affairs and Los Angels Black Business Expo, he was responsible for booking talent for the empowerment sessions.
As the West Coast rep for One/35Agency, Christopher has activated screenings for Google's A Day's Dream: A Brunch Toasting the NAACP Image Awards & Visionaries, Birth of a Nation, The Next 15 on TV One, LA 92 on National Geographic, STAR on Fox, Here We Go Again on TV One, Amber Rose SlutWalk, Kubo And The Two, Lynching In America w/ Support from Google.com, Hell On Earth on National Geographic, BET Thanks You, LAIKA Experience at Universal Studios, Shots Fired on Fox, and SnowFall on FX. In 2018 he became an Account Manager for One/35 where he oversees the publicity for Fox Broadcasting Network and Bounce TV.
The Sibley Firm clients have been published in Sister 2 Sister Magazine, The Final Call, Rolling Out, LA Focus, Ebony, Los Angeles Sentinel, VIBE, Atlanta Black Star, The Wave Newspaper, Essence Magazine, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, and Trendsetters to Trendsetters Magazine just to name a few publications.
A native of South Central LA. He is a die-hard Whitney Houston, Patti La BellandPrince fan. He is also a member of the Mablean Ephriam Foundation. When he's not meeting with clients he enjoys taking care of his 93-year-old grandmother and his 57-year-old uncle who has down syndrome.