Caleb Kinchlow is an Emmy Award-winning Host, Digital Lifestyle Expert, and Multimedia Producer with a focus on technology and youth empowerment. A few of his most notable assignments and awards have included, Technology Blogger for The Huffington Post; two Emmys, one as the Host of an entertainment-education series for NASA (NASA360) and as the Creator/Host for the Digital Download technology show. Caleb also received a Parent’s Choice Education Award as the Host of Colonial Williamsburg’s Emmy Award-winning live call-in program (HERO Live), syndicated on PBS and streaming in over a thousand schools across the country.
He previously served as the Fine Arts Director for Youth Entertainment Studios in Norfolk, Virginia. The (YES) program was designed to use fine arts as a catalyst to teach inner-city students life skills. Caleb also travels across the country motivating students of all ages with his central message, “You Are Born For Greatness.” Caleb’s sessions focus on communicating the importance of understanding one’s purpose and functioning at the level of greatness they were designed for.
Caleb holds an M.A. from Regent University in Digital Media, a B.S. from Southeastern University in Broadcast Television, and a Minor in Film from The Los Angeles Film Studies Center. He and his wife, Amanda, currently have two incredible kids, Jailyn and Demarcus. calebkinchlow.com
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Technology Changes, but Principles Don’t…
Posted on: September 23, 2019
Do you really know what the children living in YOUR home are doing online? You might not realize it, but they are living a completely different life in the digital world. The moment you put a smart device in their hand you have unknowingly given them access to an unfiltered world that will secretly control their consumer habits, self-esteem, sexuality, and life expectations.
If you were not concerned before now, you should be. It’s hard to admit but often we as parents are naïve to the ever-changing digital landscape.
This book was developed as a simple resource to discuss some of the governing principles you need to understand in raising your “technology-obsessed” teen/tweens. Parents and grandparents do not have to be tech-savvy on the latest gadgets or apps; they just need to be aware of the deeper digital principles and how to apply them in raising their kids.