I had a career with Genentech, which was named the “Number One Best Company in America to Work For” by Fortune magazine. I owned a home in San Francisco.
Yet I ended up spending months in jail, nights in homeless shelters, and years in destitution.
After I got clean in 2007, amazing people inspired me to pursue a path of community service. I volunteer for nonprofits that deliver entrepreneur training to currently and formerly incarcerated men and women. I volunteer for law enforcement, helping them better serve communities affected by incarceration and addiction.
My audiences get hope that transformation is possible in their own lives, and the lives of those they love.