In 2010, Chris Redlitz and his wife Beverly Parenti co-founded The Last Mile program, designed to teach incarcerated men and women fundamental business skills and entrepreneurial training. The program launched at San Quentin State Prison in California, and it has been a rousing success. The Last Mile is the most progressive prison program in the world, and it been covered by every major news service. The program will expand to several other states in 2013, and it is expected to be adopted across America in the next five years.
Chris Redlitz has been on the forefront of emerging technologies since the commercialization of the web. He is the Founding Partner of KickLabs, a world renowned technology accelerator and Transmedia Capital, a seed stage investment fund both based in San Francisco. He co-founded AdAuction, the first online media exchange in 1997 which was the precursor to the current auction based and dynamic pricing platforms in online media. He received Ad Age's prestigious i20 award for his accomplishments in the development of interactive advertising. Early in his career, Redlitz held management positions for Reebok Int'l and owned the first athletic specialty retail chain in Southern California.
Last Updated: Mon, Apr 29, 2013
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|Podcast||From Lockup to Startup||Chris Redlitz · Beverly Parenti · Heracio Harts||The Last Mile||57:41||05/2013|
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