Born and raised in Tulsa, Ok., Chris Reynolds knew early in life that his love for music and his family’s involvement in the entertainment industry would lead him in the same direction. During his senior year of high school in 1982, he landed his first job as a weekend air personality on KXOJ. He continued to work in radio while attending college. In 1986, Chris took up residence in Los Angeles, and his broadcasting career continued at Stevie Wonder's KJLH, where he polished his delivery and gained his major market experience. After a successful run in LA, Chris' next stop was Houston and KMJQ, where he became Music Director and host of the highly popular Quiet Storm program. His smooth delivery and ability to communicate with the listeners made him a wanted talent in other parts of the country. In 1991, he was offered an opportunity to become Music Director of and “Quiet Fire” host on Urban AC Magic 95.9 in Baltimore, Md. While doing a one-week promotion called "Quiet Fire" Couples by the Bay and broadcasting his evening show from Sandals Resort in Montego Bay, Jamaica, Chris met his lovely wife Andrea. They now have two wonderful children, Christen and Caleb. The couple moved to Dallas, where Chris' duties as “Night Moods” host and Music Director continued for about three years. Chris’ first Brand Manager job came in 1998 at WDZZ in Flint, Mich, where he spent five years leading the station to some of its best ratings ever! In 2003, he was offered an opportunity to move to Buffalo and become the Brand Manager for 93.7 WBLK.
What Does It Mean To Dress For Success When Looking For A Job?
I had a very interesting conversation with a McKinley High School teacher when she called to make a suggestion that we give out a few tips to those listeners who might be attending the Western New York Diversity Job Fair September 16 at the Buffalo Convention Center between 9am and 2pm.
Unemployment Amongst Blacks At Depression Levels
Within any society if people are working and able to care for themselves and families they feel better about themselves and usually look at life in a positive manner. But when there are no jobs, life comes with no purpose or hope and in the black community the outcome can be dire as we are now seeing in our community locally and across this nation.