Clay Rojas has a deep belief that we are not our worst mistakes. Clay is a formerly incarcerated person who transformed his life through faith in God, love of family and the practice of selfawareness & forgiveness. Clay’s life is now dedicated to helping others become the best version of themselves.
Clay has the very unique experience of a career in the military (USMC) and law enforcement prior to going to prison. He has experienced what it means to lose everything and his road to redemption includes speaking to HR professionals about second chances for those returning from prison.
Clay speaks on various topics revolving around social justice and rebuilding broken people affected by incarceration.
1. Why Should You Hire a Former Prisoner?
2. The Stigma of Prison, Unconscious Bias
3. Community Partnerships with Law Enforcement and Non-Profits for HR
What can you do? If we are to become a society of second chances, then we must actively engage our marginalized communities. Learn how to become engaged in this movement of forgiveness, redemption and justice by having Clay speak at your next event. You will be inspired to intervene.
Clay holds a BS in Psychology and Theology from William Jessup University and is currently earning a master’s degree in Forensic Psychology at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.