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  • Posted November 4, 2011 by
    Memphis, Tennessee
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    I have been featured on CNN several times because of my iReports regarding my service to Shelby County,Tennessee.I am featured in this report with Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam, FedEx Founder Fred Smith,Shelby County Mayor Mark Luttrell,State Senator Mark Norris and Shelby County Commissioner Heidi Shafer.I am starting a partnership with a local bank in Memphis because of my service to humanity and notable contributions.Currently I have went from working full time at the Shelby County Election Commission every Election since September 2009 until now in which I am working part time every Election.The ECIS Department  made a lot of budget cuts and many of my friends and fellow workers were laid off or made part time employees like me.At age twenty five I have learned a lot about big business and the free market system.I think young people need to study the orgins of the free market and how they can apply it in their own lives.Because of my notable contributions I have been offered several positions with a local bank who wants to partner with me because of my family name that I have made in Tennessee.Young people need to apply their skills as entreprenuers,thinkers and inventors this season in the world.We need new thinkers to help boast our economy for the 21st Century and I hope my contributions can assist my generation.

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