Concordance Academy of Leadership, a non-profit that supports individuals as they re-enter society and the workforce after prison, raised $1 million through its 5th annual gala, “Big Top Bizarre,” held at The Ritz-Carlton St. Louis on Saturday, October 19. Through generous event sponsors and nearly 500 engaged attendees, Concordance exceeded its fundraising goals and raised
October 28, 2019
It’s been proven that 55 to 60 percent of all crime in St. Louis that everybody’s talking about now and in the country is committed by formerly incarcerated individuals. Concordance Academy President & CEO, Danny Ludeman, talks about the impact Concordance Academy is having on crime and public safety in St. Louis.
Concordance Academy President & CEO, Danny Ludeman, talks about the importance of holistic re-entry services and how Concordance's partnership with Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner is helping participants stay out of prison by clearing warrants and resolving cases on behalf of Academy participants.
Dr. Rod Nunn, Concordance's EVP and Head of Education & Employment, and Beth Kerley, Concordance's SVP and Director of Marketing, Communications, & Development, discuss the challenges Concordance's participants face and the benefit the organization is having on the participants they serve, and the community.
Former President & CEO of Wells Fargo Advisors Danny Ludeman recently opened an executive office for non-profit Concordance Academy of Leadership on South Main Street in Kilmarnock, Virginia. The Concordance executive office employs one administrative team member and does not offer programming or direct services to formerly incarcerated individuals.