FROM FELONIES TO 4.0S: A Q&A WITH 1L ANTONIO REZA

Antonio Reza JD '22

When he was just 19, Antonio Reza found himself behind bars after being convicted of a felony–second-degree armed robbery. In 2012, he was released from jail with a strike, but he was determined to not become a statistic. Seeing his newfound freedom as a second opportunity, he enrolled at Ohlone College in 2013 and went on to earn three associate degrees before transferring to the University of San Francisco. In 2018, he graduated from USF as valedictorian with a bachelor’s degree in communication studies, minoring in legal studies and sociology. In his TEDx Talk, From Felonies to 4.0s, Reza shares his story and how he’s using his experiences to not only better his own life but to inspire others around him.

Q&A WITH NANCY GEENEN, CEO AND FOUNDER OF FLEXIBILITY

Nancy Greenen JD '88

A sought-after advisor on matters of company culture, career development, and leadership, Nancy Geenen JD ‘88 discusses how her new venture aims to change the world by changing the workplace. “Flexibility connects employers with highly skilled job seekers with a disability and equity lens, using temporary placement, direct hire, and executive search,” she says. Read the article in its entirety here.