From Inmate to Entrepreneur: Honest Jobs Founder Featured in Columbus Alive
“Before I was incarcerated, I had been a homeless teen for a couple of years. I was abusing drugs and alcohol really badly before I was locked up,” said Blakeman, who lost his father at 15; his mother came in and out of his life. “When I got locked up, I was sober for the first time in a couple of years. I looked around ... and was able to see the path I was headed down.” - Harley Blakeman, Founder & CEO, Honest Jobs
Read the article "Harley Blakeman’s journey from prison to tech startup CEO" to learn more about our Founder's transformation from inmate to entrepreneur.