As a gang consultant, Reggie has a unique story. He was sentenced to life plus 15 years for premeditated attempted murder. While he was in prison, Reggie turned his life around. He was a model prisoner and began counseling other prisoners on how to avoid the “Gang Life”. He was the first African-American gang member charged with attempted murder to be paroled at his first parole hearing. Since then, Reggie created Project A.W.A.R.E., a corporation focusing on teaching emotional literacy skills & gang prevention. He counsels teenagers and young adults on how to avoid or escape from the perils of gang membership.
Recently, Reggie has become a consultant and expert witness in the criminal justice system.
He consults, educates and testifies in criminal cases. See Reggie’s CV to learn about all of the counseling and education he has done in Southern California.