Episode 246. Aired on March 9, 2018
Jamal Collins grew up in Cleveland, by the time he was leaving high school Cocaine was the new thing. Many of his friends were dealing drugs and he knew he had a choice to make. He decided to go to college and studied graphic design. Jamal worked in the industry as a designer for years but was unfulfilled. He found his true passion and life’s work in what he is doing now.
Jamal is changing lives in Cleveland. He is teaching at risk youth design and how to think using creative problem solving skills. Talk about creating social change with your actions. Jamal is a living, breathing example of what you can do when you apply your talents and skills to help others.
I will be digging into Jamal’s story and sharing how we can help these Cleveland kids this week for $15–$20. Are you ready for that challenge? With $15 or $20 ticket you can pay for one kid to go to a 4-hour workshop on Saturday, March 10. HERE IS THE LINK: http://bit.ly/DR-Jamal