I had a chance to be a guest on C-Level with Chris DeBlasio.

C-Level is a business talk series that focuses on entrepreneurship and business advice from business leaders and experts in their fields.

“You turn around a Corvette that’s quick, but when you turn around an 18-wheeler you have a lot of stuff. So we’re carrying 400 years of stuff, so it’s going to be a big long process that I don’t think is ever over because we have to keep making our workplaces, our products, and our marketing safe for everybody, and that’s just something that we will always have to work on as a part of what we do.” – Aisha Adams 

My interview with Chris DeBlasio

Chris and I had a chance to talk about diversity, equity, and inclusivity as it relates to corporate training. I had a great time connecting with him and telling him all about Lenoir-Rhyne’s Equity & Diversity Institute.

Who is Chris DeBlasio? 

As an actor, producer, and entrepreneur, Chris DeBlasio, founder of Agency 850 and 850 Entertainment, has an entrepreneurial spirit and a passion for filmmaking that will not rest. While living in New Jersey, Chris studied professional acting at night in New York City while also working in sales & advertising during the day. In 2007 he landed roles on several television shows, including One Life to Live, All My Children, Guiding Light, and CSI: NY.

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What did Chris DeBlasio learn about Lenoir-Rhyne Equity & Diversity Institute? 

LREDI was designed and continues to be developed by Aisha Adams. LREDI equips equity advocates in the interest of building communities that are educated, challenged and motivated to non-violently disrupt systems that create and support complicated complex social issues.

To learn more visit: lr.edu/LREDI