After spending nearly a decade in prison, he has turned one of the darkest times in his life into purpose through the creation of his platform Flikshop, which is designed to keep families connected with their incarcerated loved ones.
Users can upload photos and messages to the Flikshop app, and it is then turned into a postcard and delivered to a loved one in prison.
To further his impact in the recidivism space, Bullock has launched the Flikshop School of Business where he cultivates environments in which returning citizens can see themselves reflected in entrepreneurship.
The Flikshop School of Business allowed us to go into spaces and share prison-to-entrepreneurship stories with men and women who were still behind bars, led by leaders that were formerly incarcerated themselves,” Bullock shared.
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