My name is Kamani Holmes, a young, black father, aspiring to be the CEO of Who’s Puttin On magazine. My team members are Demario “Black Rio” Lewis(COO), Mansi Kakkar(mentor, marketing spec.), and Keith Mcgowen(mentor, network spec.).
I have spent the majority of my life living between Oakland, CA and Richmond, CA, and I currently reside in East Contra Costa County. Currently, I am iparticipating in theYouth Hub Fellowship, and I also participate in two Black men’s groups called Determination Media Group and the Social Justice Committee.
My enterprise will create and promote job and learning opportunities, as well as teach and entertain the reader through the medium of publication. Vision Statement: A world where convicted felons can prosper instead of perish.
What inspired my enterprise is my personal relation to individuals currently facing these adversities. I am passionate about my enterprise because someone once took time to convey to me the keys to reform in a fashion that I can comprehend.
I would like to change the prison population and reform the judicial system by informing and reforming currently and previously convicted felons and families thereof.
All assistance is greatly appreciated. Anyone interested can offer assistance by: providing any resources pertaining to prison reform and participating in any research or activity involving thereof.