Andre Norman's early life put him on a path to prison. Raised in poverty and surrounded by dysfunction, Andre gravitated to his neighborhood gang. His choices there led to time in juvenile detention, and eventually a maximum-security prison, with sentences totaling over 100 years. During that time, Andre became one of the most dangerous gang leaders in the Massachusetts prison system.
Then came the epiphany. Just before Andre was to be crowned "King of the Prison," he had a realization—that he was about to become the "King of Nowhere." He decided that there had to be a way out. He chose to seek success through education, setting his sights on what others said was impossible—attending Harvard University.
Now, as the Ambassador of Hope, Andre leverages his unique experiences to deliver a message of inclusivity and positive change. Whether you work in the boardroom or the mail room, if you need that "second voice" of inspiration to be the change you seek, Andre will help you discover and achieve your purpose in life.
Excellent time spent!
Thank you for sharing the importance of fore giving yourself as well as others. That healing mental trauma is as much a priority as a healthy diet. I wish you endless happiness now and always.