Why do you work in this field?
Since coming through and finally grasping the benefits of freedoms recovery affords, an unquenchable desire to participate in the process was sparked.
How long have you worked in this field?
Nearly five years.
What do you bring to the table?
I believe I bring strong, heart felt, easily communicated direction, that coupled with other professionals will benefit the person towards recovery.
What are your ‘Super Powers’?
I believe my “Super Powers” come from the spirit of God and I would hesitate to take personal credit for them.
What do you love about yourself?
As I become more self aware and knowing that there are two natures constantly trying to influence me, the word “love” would better be gratitude to God.
What’s your favorite positive quote?
Hope deferred make the heart sick, but when the desire comes it is a tree of life. ~ Proverbs 13:12
What words best describe you?
Sincere, loving, interesting, serious, truthful, funny, aware
Positive things you like to do?
Think, read, converse with elderly people, reflect on the past and imagine the future.
What do you like best about your job?
The fact that I’m a good listener and speaker; with empathy.
What’s the greatest thing you ever did?
I began a prison correspondence ministry, writing men incarcerated.
Do you have any skills or talents that most people don’t know about?
I am very artistic.
Who are your ‘mentors’?
A longtime friend named Manual Albert, a locksmith for LAPD, godly family man who truly gives of himself to help others.
What is something you think everybody deserves to have?
The freedom that is available from God.
How do you see yourself?
I now see only dimly, but with the light provided through recovery I know “I can.” It’s exciting as I begin to discover the man that I was meant to be.