After participating in Georgetown’s Prison Scholars Program at the DC Jail, Lenard is now looking to gain as much knowledge as he can in the Pivot Program and acquire the business skills necessary to become an entrepreneur. Lenard hopes to one day launch a nonprofit geared towards at-risk youth.
Lenard previously founded Nu-Daye, a group dedicated to giving juveniles charged as adults paid attorneys to represent them in legal matters. Motivated by his own circumstances and experiences, Lenard created Nu-Daye to give juveniles a sense of hope knowing they have good legal representation on their side.
Family is most important to Lenard. Lenard is married with one biological daughter and two step children. Lenard also considers himself to be a grandmaster at Scrabble.