Albert is co-founder of the Start Line venture that will allow citizens returning home from incarceration to utilize a single database for a comprehensive, descriptive, and rated compilation of potential services and resources available to assist them in a successful transition back into society.
Albert has worked the last 15 years as an international business consultant and entrepreneur. Domestically, his consulting projects have aimed to improve the standards of public housing, increase low-income access to parks and recreational services, and reduce the substantial case backlog in one of the nation's largest human rights commissions. While in Europe, Albert designed a distance learning framework for Italy's leading distance learning company, and was responsible for developing global sales & finance training curricula and learning solutions for the world's largest container shipping company. He has partnered on two business ventures here in the States that succeeded in raising a combined $2 million in capital. Albert graduated from Northwestern University with a degree in psychology, and earned his MBA from Georgetown's McDonough School of Business.
Venture: Mr. Ferguson's goal is to ensure that former inmates maximize their chances of successfully reintegrating into society and reduce the likelihood of returning to prison. Start Line is an easy-to-use website that aggregates a myriad of organizations, job opportunities and reentry programs for former inmates returning to the general population.