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Occupational Experiences and Backgrounds


“Thank you for your participation in the Idea Generation Next: College Edition event series thus far. Yesterday, our panel of judges along with staff from The Institute and United Way of the Greater Triangle met to discuss the applications and to determine the finalists for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Each of the judges reviewed all submitted applications over the Thanksgiving break and scored them based on the idea’s innovativeness, merit, and potential to grow and succeed. We engaged in thorough discussions around each of the ideas and it was truly a tough task to narrow down the finalists for the final pitch event. With that said, I am happy to inform you that your idea has been selected to move on to the final round of the event series. I am excited to continue working with you to build your idea and prepare you for the final pitch event.” Date(s): 11/29/2017

A formerly listed Non-profit which provided five FREE Household items, monthly at a minimum, to a marginalized, disenfranchised, and underserved family randomly chosen and selected because I do not/will not serve the same family(s) a month, in order to avoid becoming and being an enabler. Such items were: laundry detergent, bleach, toilet paper, paper towels, and dish soap, aimed at improving society, as a whole, in a unique way, to better communities that it is able and capable of serving in its vicinity. It was wholeheartedly created, by me for over three years, now, as I was finishing college/university post-military service.

To the very best of my ability I ensured that it reached and accomplished these objectives, no matter what, and despite the circumstances. I strive to keep and maintain these principles and such objective-settings as I intend, and my goal is, to expand and traverse my Non-profit, nationally [each and every state] and globally [each and every country] as I add to these items, slowly by surely…defeating and going against all odds—to increase its chances of success.