Over many years of working in the music industry, Debra Bonner has developed great relationships and cherishes the close friends she has made. It has been a joy to work, learn, and perform with such talented, hard working, brilliant, influential celebrities and artists.
Debra continues to network, collaborate, and partner with the best in the world.
I prepared Aaliyah for her Radio Disney Finale Performance, "Let It Go" which helped launch her career.
Debra Bonner worked with Madilyn while she was competing on the TV show,The Voice.
"I have never experienced the growth that I see take place as I undergo Debra's training."
Rev. Aldridge rose to prominence in Flint during the civil rights movement of the 1960s. Rev. Aldridge was Debra's mentor since she was 13 until his passing. He influenced her to be who she is today.
Debra believes that because of CEOSPACE she has learned to think like millionaire. Coupled with Christ, all things are possible with the right tools, the right place, and with the right people.
In photo, from right to left: Gerald Ottley (choir director for the MOTAB), Debra Bonner (mezzo soprano soloist), Albert McNeil (director of the Albert McNeil Jubilee Singers), Clay Christiansen (organist).