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Steve Heussner Mogul Wealth

Steve Heussner, Chairman of Mogul Wealth, in prison during PEP’s Pitch Day event

The Prison Entrepreneurship Program is very pleased to announce that Steve Heussner has joined our Dallas Advisory Board!

Steven J. Heussner, CLU®, ChFC® is the co-founder and Chairman of Mogul Wealth Strategies, LLC in Dallas, Texas. He is responsible for coordinating a comprehensive 401K, wealth strategies and employee benefits practice.

Steve earned his BSE in Geological Engineering from Princeton University.

Steve has worked as an insurance agent and investment professional for over 24 years. He started his career in 1988 as an agent with New York Life, where he won numerous company and industry awards. He is the author of many published articles. He is an accomplished public speaker having given multiple presentations to industry and professional groups including New York Life’s Career Conference, the International Risk management Institute, the Construction Financial management Association, and the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors. He is also a life and qualifying member of the Million Dollar Round Table.

Steve and his wife, Risa, live in McKinney, Texas with their 2 children.

We are pleased to welcome the following new volunteers to our Advisory Boards:

  • Keith Bird, Vice President Global Engineering & Manufacturing Strategy for Alcon (Dallas Advisory Board)
  • John Harrell, Retired Partner-Deloitte LLP (Houston Advisory Board)
  • Mabrie Jackson, President and CEO of the North Texas Commission (Dallas Advisory Board)
  • Nancy White, Retired – Timex Corporation (Houston Advisory Board)

To see the full list of our Dallas, Houston, Austin and National Advisory Boards, click here.

The Prison Entrepreneurship Program is able to operate with a lean staff thanks to the tremendous efforts of more than 650 annual volunteers. This includes hundreds of executives, entrepreneurs, bankers, MBA students and business leaders who join us throughout the year for our monthly in-prison events or who serve as remote Business Plan Advisors (editing business plans and conducting market research for our participants). Many others serve in roles such as mentors, teachers at our Tuesday evening “eSchool” program offered in both Dallas and Houston as well as hosts for our monthly family dinners at each of our three transition homes.

We are deeply grateful for all of their contributions.

However, the contributions of our advisory board members exceed those of all others. Almost all of them serve in multiple volunteer roles within our organization. But more critically, they provide tremendous support to our staff and our 7-member governing board. Through their contributions of time, talent and treasure, these advisors are tremendous resources for PEP.