About

Christian Scorzoni is the author of The Active Dad. He was the founding president of the Revere Beach Partnership, a non-profit dedicated to the revitalization of the nation’s first public beach. During this time, Christian created the New England SandSculpting Festival at Revere Beach, an event that draws hundreds of thousands of visitors each year.

Christian currently is an attorney at the law firm Cosgrove, Eisenberg & Kiley. Prior to that, he served as an Assistant Secretary at the Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy & Environmental Affairs under Governor Deval Patrick. He also served as Deputy Chief of Staff & General Counsel to the President of the Massachusetts State Senate. Christian is a board member of Project Bread and the Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy Leadership Council. Christian lives in Amesbury, Massachusetts with his wife Melissa and two sons – Andrew and William.

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5 Responses to “About”
  1. Christian,

    Greetings from a fellow “actve dad.” I live in Dracut with my wife Lynn and our two children, Kevin (3) and Erin (1).

    Like you, I like to take my kids to state parks (we went to 4 this week alone). I blog about my trips over at my blog, Dracut Musings. I don’t just blog about state parks so I labeled all the ones that pertain to state parks if you’re interested in reading them:

    http://dracutmusings.blogspot.com/search/label/state%20parks

    Keep up the good work.

    Brian Flaherty

  2. Leila says:

    Hey Christian,

    I was wondering if you’d like to check out peakery.com, a website for keeping track of the peaks you summit (and more!). Your kids seem a bit young to be summiting mountains with you just yet, but I’m sure with such an active family they’ll grow into strapping young lads with the desire to reach new heights and the like. If you like the site, we would love to make an appearance on your blog – feel free to use any of the site’s content from our about page http://peakery.com/about/ . Also, we love feedback, if you have any comments at all, please let me know. Lastly, I loved reading your post about the yurts! Looks like a beautiful and comfortable way to stay outdoors.

    Leila

  3. patrick says:

    Hi, I organize product reviews for outdoor companies and active men. Can you shoot me an email so we can talk. Thanks, Patrick

  4. N.G. Davis says:

    What an awesome idea for a blog. I’m going to have to follow you, just in case you start updating again.

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