Who We Are

Chxo Internets, LLC, is owned and operated by Chris Snyder, and supported by a small cohort of trusted partners.

Chris started Chxo.com in 1999, while working as the CTO of GreatDayAmerica.com, an Internet/Television hybrid in Los Angeles. He moved to New York in 2001 to work on Lifetime Television's online community, and spent the next few years working on open source projects, including the Berylium CMS and photo-sharing community Fotola.com.

In 2004, Chris was hired by Fund of the City of New York to help develop E-Community Connect, and he shut down Chxo.com to focus on the Fund's many web projects. From 2008 to 2014 he was the Director of the Fund's Center for Internet Innovation, and got to work with a lot of really talented, nice, hard-working people and organizations that are doing amazing things in New York City and around the world.

In 2014, Chris started Chxo Internets to continue working with these people and organizations, while developing new open-source software projects for individuals, families, and small organizations. 


Our Trusted Partners

RoundTable Technology
Chxo Internets wouldn't be possible without the support of RoundTable Technology. They help us discover new projects, they provide tech support to many of our clients, and we're part of their fantastic network of technology consultants. For nine years, Chris worked closely with RoundTable Vice President Joshua Peskay on IT projects at FCNY, providing support for hundreds of organizations. RTT's ongoing dedication to affordable, professional services for non-profits is an inspiration to us.

Jessica Peskay
Jessica has managed some of the biggest, gnarliest website projects we've done, keeping everybody on the same page through months of discovery, design, development, content production, quality assurance tests, and public launch. Schedules on big websites projects often slip, because life happens, and Jessica manages to keep everyone happy and the project on track. She has a background in publishing, and more experience writing non-profit website content than we do, which is saying something.