After participating in Georgetown’s Prison Scholars Program at the DC Jail, Lenard joined the Pivot Program to gain new skills in business and entrepreneurship. 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.
After completing the Pivot Program, Lenard began a job as a youth counselor.
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.