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New Social Platform Works To Reduce Recidivism And Inspire Creative Action

Designed Conviction is a social enterprise with a mission to break the stigma around incarcerated and formerly incarcerated individuals to promote positive rehabilitation through art, media and marketing design.

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“We’re doing business with a purpose,” Taylor Tom Conley, founder, Designed Conviction, says. “Our network is a launch pad for ideas to flourish while reducing recidivism and bridging the gap between incarceration and society.”

Conley, no stranger to incarceration, is serving a life sentence without parole. He’s been in prison since 2006, but hasn’t let that discourage him from doing something with his life.

As an artist and songwriter, he needed a way to channel his creativity. He partnered with his wife, Cecilia, to develop a social network that would not only help him, but others too.

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They started out by publishing their now flagship magazine, “Designed Conviction.” It’s distributed to jails and prisons across the country and hosts a yearly contest where people can gain exposure and exhibit their works.

To date, Designed Conviction has grown its network to include a website, podcast and social media. It’s expanded its reach to help people publish and market their own products with a cause.

And it couldn’t do it without the network’s sponsor and investor, Jerry Logan, a philanthropist and retired businessman. Together, and with his contribution, they’ve invested more than $100,000.

As the business gains traction, people are spreading the word that when they do business with Designed Conviction, they’re not just getting affordable, quality services, they’re also making a difference to end mass incarceration.

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