Chris Young (television presenter)
|Born||Christian J. Young|
Los Angeles, California
|🏳️ Nationality||United States|
|Occidental College, Southwestern Law School and USC School of business.|
Television presenter and producer, YouTube personality, and Entrepreneur
💵 Salary :
|Founder Coordinates Collection and President of FD9 Group|
Background and education
Young was born in Los Angeles, California. He competed in Tae Kwon Do at a young age becoming number one in California in his age and weight class. He graduated from Occidental College, and later studied law at Southwestern Law School. He also completed his MBA at USC School of business winning first place at the New Venture Competition in 2015.
Young’s career started in 2009 when he joined Harris Tulchin & Associates as an Entertainment Lawyer. He entered the entertainment business and catered to media clients. He was the consulting producer of The Devil’s Double, and a TV movie Las Vegas PC.
After working as an investor and producer for TV projects, he started to host television shows like Travel Reviews, The Los Angeles Reviews and others. He featured as a television presenter, with co-host Nia Sanchez in a food and travel TV show called Budget and Ballers.
In 2011, Young co-founded jewelry-designing firm called BesoBeso teaming up with model Jacqueline Brown. The company was later acquired by a US-based fashion incubator known as FD9 Group. In 2013, Young became the President of FD9 Group.
In 2016, Young joined Amplify.LA, and became a Resident Advisor for a new start-up named Iconery.com.
In 2018, Young was appointed to the board of directors of Cannabis Strategic Ventures (OTC: NUGS) where he serves a role as acquisition director. He is a general board member of a publicly traded Cannabis Investment company.
Young founded Coordinates Collection, a publicly traded company. He also founded The Young Travelier, a travel blog that provides ideas and tips to luxury tourists.
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