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25 states and the District of Columbia currently have laws legalizing marijuana


BUT THERE ARE OVER A MILLION PEOPLE WHO STILL LIVE WITH THE STIGMA OF MARIJUANA RELATED OFFENSES.

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25 states and the District of Columbia currently have laws legalizing marijuana


BUT THERE ARE OVER A MILLION PEOPLE WHO STILL LIVE WITH THE STIGMA OF MARIJUANA RELATED OFFENSES.

 

THROUGH OUR CLEAN SLATE PROGRAM, WE PROVIDE PRO BONO CRIMINAL RECORD EXPUNGEMENT ASSISTANCE TO PERSONS WITH NON-VIOLENT MARIJUANA RELATED HISTORIES

 
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Cheo Vidal

Founder & CEO

Originally from Trinidad and Tobago, Cheo has lived in the United States for the past 25 years, the last 16 of which have been in New York City. Being an Inroads Alum, Cheo strongly believes in community service and mentorship. It’s this mindset and commitment to serving others that led him to found The Puff Puff Give Foundation to assist in righting some of the wrongs we have witnessed in the failed “War on Drugs”. When not working on Puff Puff Give, Cheo is a seasoned and dynamic digital executive. His work has been featured in US Weekly Magazine, People Magazine, CNBC, along with other radio, print, web and television spots.

LUCIE LING

COO 

Lucie has been growing and nurturing startups for almost a decade. Companies she’s worked with have been acquired by USA Today, Google, and Yahoo. Her expertise is in developing hiring processes to lay foundations for rapidly expanding organizations, while clarifying and maintaining company culture. Lucie has matched her experience in career development with her passion for people with criminal histories by fueling reentry programs. She judges second-chance pitch competitions, provides executive mentorship for entrepreneurs, as well as interview coaching and resume building for job seekers.

Jeff Torres

Outreach Coordinator 

Born in the Dominican Republic. While being raised in a third world country until he was seven years old by his mother and her eight sisters. His father immigrated to the United States of America to work and become a U.S. citizen, to accomplish his goal of a better future for his family. When Jeffrey arrived to the US he was exposed in to the world of entrepreneurship and the art of hard-work, negotiation, branding, advertising, and perseverance. It’s this mindset that led Jeffrey co-founded the first entrepreneurship organization at Rutgers Business School called Collective Entrepreneurs Organization also known as CEO. And he graduated from one of the top 10 Business Schools in the nation, Rutgers Business School. 

 

 

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