I try to put people in positions that will allow them to serve in a meritorious way…where they will shine.
Addresses the challenges of leadership and how to emerge as a leader from an executive’s perspective.
We must include community input and Law Enforcement cooperation so we can get to a position of trust where there is no question about the integrity of our system. In turn, we again, can become the beacon of the world when it comes to justice, mercy, and peace.
The present outcomes are not optimal. It is imperative we take the opportunity to come together and reform our criminal justice system.
Of all incarcerated citizens in the United States, about 65 percent have not received a high school diploma.
Nearly 7 in 10 people who are formerly incarcerated will commit a new crime.
50% of formally incarcerated end up back in prison within 3 years.
Young people with a college education are statistically LESS likely to go to jail.
Where They Will Shine Scholarship
After much thought and prayer and lots and lots of urging I have made the decision to share my story in the form of a book. The intent of my memoir is to build enough notoriety and goodwill to establish a significant endowment for need-based scholarships in our region.