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I strongly believe “Success is the ability to go from failure to failure without losing your enthusiasm.”

Prison has only enhanced my enthusiasm and motivation.

At age four, my father was murdered in my hometown of Gary, Indiana. My birth name is Rashawn Monte Luckett. Years later, my mother married, my stepfather adopted me, I took on his name and became Sean Nunnery.

The rest is history.

Right now, I am seeking friends. I spend the majority of my time grand mastering the art of philanthropy, by grant-writing projects and programs to combat community deterioration and providing relief to the poor, distressed, and underprivileged. Creating economic and infrastructure development projects are my favorite. I am really career oriented.

Being from the poverty-stricken city of Gary, Indiana, my dream has always been to rebuild my hometown. From prison, I’m implementing my skills, knowledge, and experience together to make my dream a reality.

I cannot sit in prison and not be productive. I channel all my pain, hurt, passion, and faith into making a major positive impact in my community.

Time in prison is going by so fast. Once the prison doors open up, my groundwork is already laid to further my success.

The number one fulfillment I receive from everything I am doing is being consciously aware of the “enhancement of the quality of life” people receive from all my philanthropic activities.

Thank you for taking the time to read my profile. I look forward to hearing from you soon.