PEP Graduate Servant Leaders at Estes Unit
These ten men in white graduated from PEP’s Business Plan Competition at the Cleveland Correctional Center. When we announced that PEP was expanding to a second prison in North Texas, they courageously offered to transfer to the new unit to begin building PEP’s culture of life transformation.These Servant Leaders went from being among 300+ PEP guys on a 520-man unit to being the only 10 PEP guys on a 1,040-man unit.

And yet, with their help, we are rapidly spreading our impact across the prison. We already have 40+ other inmates recruited into PEP’s new Leadership Academy … and we anticipate many more over the coming years.

Please join us in thanking these amazing Servant Leaders!

NOTE: Standing behind them is Gami Jasso, our sole staff member at the new unit. Also… this photo was taken by Israel Thompson, who later blogged about the experience here.

 

Comments
  1. MelMaltz@aol.com says:

    I don’t know how to Congratulate 10 men at one time; however it is time that we all understand that these men are equally Concerned as Courageous. Their concern in my opinion clearly shows that PEP lessons have been learned and that “Selfless Service” was indeed part of their education from PEP. They are already “giving back” to the community and i feel that it will not be to long post release that they will be glad to become Executives to help future Classes. CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL OF THE “SERVICE 10”. Melvin

  2. Anonymous says:

    WOW!!!!!!! PEP knows how to pick the right guys. You are amazing guys!!! Congrats on your steps into continued leadership!
    God Bless to YOU and yours.

    Bryan Kelley’s Mom

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