Farley Flex is best known as a judge on Canadian Idol, Canada’s most viewed television show ever.
He was also the long time manager of Canada’s most successful rapper Maestro Fresh-Wes.
Flex’s role at FLOW3.5 Canada’s first Urban music formatted, black-owned and operated radio station, included, roles as founding music director, founding Vice President, Business Development and radio host of “Reflections”.
Flex is currently President and CEO of Plasma Management & Productions Inc.
With a relentless passion for community and youth in particular, Flex is involved in a variety of humanitarian and philanthropic endeavors. Flex operates Helping Hands International Charity and Reality Education and Applied Life Skills Corp and sits on the board of numerous non-profit organizations and charities besides his own.
Flex describes his path in life as exclusively based on his interests or ESP – Entertainment, Sports and People!
His achievements, awards and recognitions include:
The Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Award
Media Personality of the Year, Canadian Urban Music Association Awards in
Special Achievement Award, Canadian Urban Music Association Awards in
Board of Directors, MuchFACT
Board of Directors, ParticipACTION
Board of Directors, Multicultural Council of Oshawa Durham – MCOD
Special Advisory Council, League of Human Rights
National Ambassador, UNICEF
Bob Marley Community Role Model Award (Community Service and Mentoring)
Bob Marley, Community Role Model Award (Community Service and Education)
Harry Jerome Award for Entertainment and Community Service
Farley Flex Scholarship, Woburn Collegiate Institute
Farley Flex Scholarship, Leaside High School
Honorary Diploma, Broadcasting Niagara College
published may 2013
last edit jul 2013