Chris Edwards Editor is an Author/Business Executive, Political Consultant & Executive Coach and was born in Shawneetown, Illinois and lived for several decades in the western United States.
He is a recognized proponent of the cultural arts, a strong and at times controversial business leader and a political activist for equality in human rights, the rights of POC and LBGTQ+ causes. He has traveled to 46 countries and enjoys the diversity of cultures. Chris Edwards has led divisions of large companies, assisted with the growth and support of social enterprises and served on boards of several non-profits.
As an author Chris Edwards gained recognition for his 90 Days to a Glass Half full Book Series, a self help series inspired by his mentoring relationship with incarcerated individuals.
As an Author & Activist Chris Edwards has been involved in his communities of residence and over time has raised over $1 million dollars for charities, including AIDS, Domestic Violence and Charities benefiting the underclass and POC. Chris Edwards assisted in teaching an African delegation visiting Norther California of outreach and testing of the migrant communities skills they took back to Africa during a World AIDS Conference.
Chris Edwards has written a series of self help books to include 90 Days To A Glass Half Full Lifestyle: The Power of Positive Daily Affirmations 2 Hours Unplugged: Unplug & Reconnect: The Next 90 Days to a Glass Half Full Lifestyle, Get Fuc-ing Real, Get Right!: Harsh Motivation for a Rough & Tough World (90 Days to a Glass Half Full Lifestyle). As a result of his political activism, he published Removing Barriers to State Occupational Licenses To Enhance Entrepreneurial Job Growth: Out of Prison, Out of Work.
More recently Author, Chris Edwards has partnered with Coach, Artist and co-Author Rene Sepulveda on a series of athletics focused books. The first series centers around the 112 year history of the New Mexico state interscholastic track and field program and expands into the history of track and field and football at Alamogordo High School in Southern New Mexico. The series tackles conversations about integration of high school athletics, Title IX in girls sports and showcases Coach Robert Sepulveda the winningest Track & Field Coach in New Mexico history during the 90s. The series centers on him as a central character witnessing decades of change in prep sports.
Rene Sepulveda is the publisher and mastermind of many recent art projects via his recently released Valley of The Fire Sculpture Exhibition that is now going on at Roadrunner Emporium, 928 New York Avenue, Alamogordo, New Mexico. He is the mastermind of the idea to reinvigorate and rebuild Alamogordo with a vision of it becoming a cultural arts and fitness mecca of Southern New Mexico by taking advantage of the many natural resources and beauty of the area thus rebuilding the small business community.