Diversity American Style

Chuck Ashman

Bio: 

Former TV anchor for KTTV and talk show host at KABC and KFI in Los Angeles. Moderator of “The Devil’s Advocate” nationally syndicated personality program. He has appeared on Oprah, The Today Show, Good Morning America, Larry King and Sixty Minutes.
Author of several biographies including “Diplomatic Crime”, “The Nazi Hunters” and “The Gospel According to Billy”
Past president of worldwide marketing at 20th Century Fox Studios and currently CEO of Business Matchmaking, now in its tenth year as a public-private non-profit foundation, twice selected as the nation’s leading small business support program.

Show Description: 

After three decades on LA, Midwest and New York talk radio and TV news, Chuck Ashman focused on ‘diversity in business.” In the broadest sense it meant job and company opportunities for women, minorities, veterans, LGBT and others.
He returns to LA Talk Radio hosting ‘Diversity American Style,’ introducing success stories of startup companies that became big business, of determined individuals who overcame major challenges to personally succeed.
If you are looking for tragedy, skip this show because chuck will be bringing to you those who inspire respect, share their resources and balance their achievements with helping others. Los Angeles is the diversity capital of the country and that is going to be shared with every community.

Show Archives

April 2017

04/20/2017
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March 2017

03/16/2017
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February 2017

02/09/2017
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December 2016

12/22/2016
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12/01/2016

Vijay Amritraj is considered the greatest Tennis star ever to come from Asia. He led his native India in Davis Cup competition for many years.
He has been a Messenger of Peace for the United Nations and is a global business leader and philanthropist.

12/01/2016

Dr. Hadiyah-Nicole Green is a cancer researcher who has received a major Grant from the Veterans Administration to pursue an alternative cancer cure which experts have stated has great promise in eliminating tumors without chemotherapy.
Brian Tippens is Chief Diversity Officer and Vice President of Hewlett Packard Enterprise and a leader in the technology industry’s efforts to create more opportunities for women, minorities and veterans.

12/01/2016

Shad Meshad, the founder and CEO of the National Veteran Foundation is known as the “Paul Revere” of PTSD since following his work in Viet Nam as Captain Meshad treating those with mental and emotional wounds, he returned to the US and led the first vet center in the field. He is today a nationally recognized supporter of vets in need operating a Hot Line that is manned by vets for vets with problems routine and critical.

November 2016

11/10/2016
11/10/2016
11/10/2016

August 2016

08/18/2016
08/04/2016

July 2016

07/07/2016

June 2016

06/16/2016
06/02/2016

May 2016

05/19/2016

April 2016

04/28/2016
04/14/2016

March 2016

03/31/2016
03/24/2016
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03/03/2016

February 2016

02/18/2016