CeCe Espeut is a soldier fighting for the clemency of x-offenders and more
On the Edge with April Mahoney
http://ceceespeut.com Brains, CeCe’s life is centered on three core values: God, Family and Education. After serving as an Sgt in the United States Marine Corps for ten years, CeCe made a series of bad decisions and ended up in prison for her involvement in a drug conspiracy. After leaving prison and completing her probation she applied for and was granted clemency in 2012 by Florida Governor Rick Scott. She is now in the process of applying for a Presidential Pardon.Her book is on Amazon: The Florida Clemency G
CECE ESPEUT Website: CeCeEspeut.com Email: CeCe@CeCeEspeut.comTwitter: CeCeEspeutFacebook: CeCeEspeut LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ceceespeutCeCe Espeut’s life is centered on three core values: God, Family and Education. CeCe speaks several times a week in jails, prisons and drug treatment centers to inmates from a place of intense passion & personal experience, explaining how they can get their criminal records sealed, expunged or pardoned and create a new life for themselves. CeCe is not only funny, but she uses her charm & wit to disarm people and then deliver deep life lessons regarding reinventing ones-self after being in prison, that prison being either a mindset or a correctional facility. Working with or hearing CeCe is guaranteed to be a life-changing event.
CECE ESPEUTWebsite: ispeakinprisons.comEmail: email@example.comCeCe Espeut is an inspirational speaker, author and advocate for the civil rights restoration of former inmates. She has spent the past seven years speaking at jails, prisons and drug rehab centers on clemency and recidivism. As a former Sergeant in the United States Marine Corp and former inmate who was granted clemency in 2012, CeCe gives presentations and leads seminars and workshops on topics related to overcoming adversity and personal growth development
Author, speaker, and advocate for Civil Rights Restoration for Former Inmates, CeCe Espeut talks about her big leap of leaving her past behind and how and why to get our criminal record sealed, expunged or pardoned.