Many years in the Boston Carpenter Union instilled not only a high drive to get things done on time but more importantly properly. Another cheat code I learned in my local was understanding how to apply both community and political support. Being able to converge these ideas and patterns is essential to growth.
Joe Gilmore, founder and President of MRCC, asked me to be the keynote speaker for the National Expungement Week. After that experience I decide to pivot into social advocacy and organizing. This led me to creating media, editing both live and stills shots, writing articles in major publication, fund raisin, and event planning.
After getting involved in advocacy and politics. It was clear what my energies should be focused building up my community. So with no outside help, loans, or any other assistance, I founded a media company with the intent to alleviate some of the ills that plague my neighborhoods. I've grown my brand significantly in a short amount of time. Some of the people who follow me are leaders and their perspective fields. Fostering an interactive community where bridges are crossed and positive dialogue with stake holders was a key to success. I'm confident we can build on this company already stellar foundation.
Joining the MRCC has been a dream come true. Finally I feel apart of a worthy vehicle for change. I enjoy creating and filtering media that the team can benefit from. To fully engage with community leaders and concerned citizens is not only an honor but a privilege .
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