David doesn’t let the past dictate who he is today. He had a rough childhood and was incarcerated twice, but he refused to let that be the end of his story. While incarcerated, he focused on his financial fitness by participating in programs on personal finances, budgeting and credit. Now with reliable transportation through our KEY provisional transportation program, he is working as a peer educator in the Prison Entrepreneur Program and is planning to attend a local Dallas college to study business management. Not only is David diligent about creating a better life for himself, but also he aims to inspire other young, at-risk men who need positive role models to do the same!
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