For over 23 years, Officer Chris Bianez has been encouraging and inspiring youth to live safe, drug-free, and violent-free lives. He has delivered over 1,000 programs reaching over 500,000 elementary students.
Officer Bianez is safety subject-matter expert who has been featured on numerous TV and radio programs. He is a sought-after speaker for secondary students and adults delivering thousands of content-rich, research-based programs, delighting audiences of all ages with a healthy dose of humor, keeping audience members laughing while they learn. To learn more about those programs -- CLICK HERE.
Officer Bianez began his law enforcement career with the Plano Police Department in April 1997. He spent seven years on the streets as a patrol officer, three years teaching youth about the negative and destructive consequences of drugs and violence, and the most recent 15 years in the Crime Prevention Unit. Christopher’s full-time assignment is safety education, helping individuals their bodies, their families, their identity, and their property. Officer Bianez enjoys providing people with the educational tools and strategies they need to avoid being victims of crime.
Chris brings the following expertise and credibility to the speaking platform:
Chris was a competitive gymnast and springboard diver in high school and college. He credits his ability to be drug-free and stay out of trouble to his involvement with sports and his important drug-free decision.
Chris encourages youth to find a positive activity that they can put their heart and soul into, knowing that this can safeguard them from drugs, violence, and other risky behaviors. Officer Bianez feels greatly blessed to have the opportunity to share his time, talents, and efforts in strengthening our youth’s commitment to stay drug and violent-free!
Fenton Fulgham has over 30 years of choreography and dance experience that has taken him around the world, Fenton “F-Troop” Fulgham has earned the reputation of being one of the finest Hip Hop choreographers. His dancing and choreography career had a jump start in 1982 with his performance on the hit television show “Dance Fever.” Then after creating his own dance troop he coordinated and choreographed fashion shows and industrial shows for local and national companies and department stores including Dillard’s, Three Sisters, Hard Rock Café, Swatch Watch, Miss Sports Car USA, televised Looking for the Body USA beauty pageant, General Motors, Hamilton Beach Products, Ford Motor Company, Herdez, and Pepsi Cola Company.
Fenton gained recognition early through his choreography and dancing with music artists such as William Hall, the leading Michael Jackson impersonator in Japan and New Zealand, famous singer/actress, Lucero, in Mexico and Latin America, and Latin singer Angelo, ex-member from the group Menudo. He has choreographed everything from cancer benefits to stadium concerts at Universal Studios in Los Angeles or Bally’s Casino in Las Vegas, to the Orange Bowl with Selena and John Secada. These tours also included famous artists Ricky Martin and Paulina Rubio, and his extraordinary shows were seen in cities all over the world. Fenton’s choreography was aired on the television show, “Gimme the Mic 2004”, “Lifestyles”, or in Master P’s 3D animated music video, Souljas. And most recently his dance teams and singing artists have opened shows for BBMak, B2K, IMX, Choppa, Mario, O’Town, Da Brat, Monica, Aaron Carter, Jump Five, and Jo Jo.
Following his instructional video, “Hip Hop You Don’t Stop” released in 2000, Fenton went on to release a series of hip hop instructional videos “Off Da Hook”, “Off Da Hook Kidz” which features Disney actress and singer Demi Lovato, “Off Da Hook F Troop Style”, and “Off Da Hook Hip Hop Aerobics”. Featured on Amazon.com and distributed world wide, these videos have led to his travel to Asia for master classes at the exceptional Jitterbugs Swingapore in Singapore.
His talent has earned him opportunities for performance and entertainment at many half time shows for San Antonio Spurs, Atlanta Hawks, Dallas Mavericks and in the 2004 Dallas Cowboys Thanksgiving halftime show with Destiny’s Child. Fenton continues developing new acts for singing artists such as Carly Patterson, 2004 Olympic Gold Medalist; and providing dancers and entertainment for local up and coming artists at fundraisers, city festivals, charity events, corporate events and private parties. He has been awarded for best choreography in recent national dance competitions and his dance teams have received highest honors and national titles.
Fenton is the owner of Fenton's Dance Factory in Plano, Texas where he continues to develop outstanding dancers and performers with an ever-changing style that is unique and inspiring to all people.