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Turning Lockup into a Startup

Senior Vice President Jay Wall, specializing in Tenant Representation at Moody Rambin, sits on the Houston Advisory Board for the Prison Entrepreneurship Program, better known as PEP. This program seeks to reduce recidivism and increase economic opportunity for incarcerated individuals (soon to be released) through entrepreneurship and leadership training, and re-entry services. Other members of Moody Rambin, such as CEO and Co-Founder Howard Rambin, have served as mentors in the entrepreneurship program.

About a month ago, Jay arrived at the Cleveland Correctional Facility for a routine mentor session, when he was given a sweet surprise. We are delighted to share it with you.

 

To learn more about the Prison Entrepreneurship Program, visit their website here.

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