Sundberg grew up in middle-class San Francisco. So far, Mould is the only employee. During six months in a halfway house after his release, Hutson built an app that allows people to send pictures from phones and computers to prisoners. Most felons never learn their lessons and tend to be repeat offenders and will return back to jail. These programs, along with strong anti-recidivism and social work programs are badly needed to help prisoners to regain their ability to contribute to society.
Tbh, when you take into account the prison industrial complex and the fact that you can get a felony for the smallest things in some state, I think a lot of this shit is just unfair and is put in place to keep people disenfranchised.
4 Ex-Cons Turned CEOs
Malik and Marte hit it off, and Malik is now vice president and senior trainer for ConBody. And obviously, any subsequent re-involvement is likely to have your pardon application denied. He recently partnered with Michael Santos, an ex-offender whose company, MGS, prepares prisoners for life on the outside. To make ends meet, family and friends helped him find odd jobs. I know two licensed social workers and two big shots at non profits who are felons.