CLAUDINE

ABOUT CLAUDINE

dating nippon backstamps Claudine BenArosh is a multilingual, public speaker who uses her compelling personal experience to advocate for change for others. Incarcerated at age 18, Claudine left behind a three-month-old son, promising college life and a mother struggling to support her daughter through one poor life choice after another. Caught up in dreams of power, control and familial bonds that were fueled by the very movies she wanted to make her career, Claudine succumbed to a life of crime on the streets instead of one in front of the camera.

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i'm dating my friend's ex girlfriend Fortunately for Claudine, strong, supportive family ties outside and surprisingly motivational relationships made while serving four years of her seven-year sentence were a catalyst for her to make a change. Upon her release, Claudine left prison determined to change her life. Since being paroled, she has worked for Los Angeles radio stations 100.3 The BEAT and Latino 96.3, various studios, entertainment companies and marketing firms, and has volunteered with organizations working with at-risk-youth. She has appeared in several TV shows and film projects, and she co-wrote and performed a one-and-a-half woman show of her early life experiences.

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quel site de rencontres choisir 2016 Paroled with nothing but a cardboard box, $200, and sheer determination, Claudine’s journey is proof that it is not only possible for felons to start over after parole, but for them to succeed greatly. Today, she is happily married, the mother of two additional children, and has converted to Judaism. She is also mastering her fourth language, writing a memoir and is extremely thankful for the relationship she has been able to develop with her firstborn.

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http://www.comitesdepistagecancers.fr/ployka/1916 Professionally, Claudine is focused on sharing her journey and using it to help put an end to high recidivism for felons and to create alternatives to a life of crime for children of the incarcerated.

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