Skid Row Marathon
Craig Mitchell, a Los Angeles Superior Court Judge, leads the long-distance runner’s club out of the Midnight Mission on Skid Row. They raise spirits and give a sense of purpose to people who are homeless, addicted or coming out of the prison system.
Do you believe in second chances? When ex-offenders are given a second chance to restart their lives, many set off to make up for their lost time meaningfully. However, some may experience a disconnect with the world that seemingly moved on without them. Apart from catching up with the society, many are also fighting to remove the label that society has placed on them.
In this panel discussion, we invite distinguished speakers to discuss second chances and rediscovery for ex-offenders, and how we can a community can better support their journey.
Nikki MullerFLY Entertainment Artiste andCo-founder of Intimatesuppers
The FLY Enertainment Artiste landed her first TV job when she was 15 years old, hosting MTV@Mbassy across Asia. She co-hosted Studio Disney on Disney Channel and when she was 20, she was nominated as “Best Entertainment Presenter” at the Asian Television Awards. She’s since been nominated and Highly Commended twice in the same category.
The Swiss/ Filipina has performed in theater productions under the guidance of Dick Lee, Beatrice Chia-Richmond and Tracie Pang with Pangdmonium theatre. Nikki co-founded the private dining concept, intimatesuppers, and enjoys entertaining guests with great food and exciting themed dinners. This travel enthusiast adores murder mysteries and once spent Christmas Day in Torquay, Devon, at Agatha Christie’s Greenway Estate where she played on the legendary crime writer’s piano.
Director of Aftercare
Ivy SohDirector of Aftercare
Mohammad Azahari bin Abdul Razak
Site Service Technician
Mohammad Azahari bin Abdul RazakSite Service Technician
Azahari was released in Aug 2014 after serving a 20 years sentence for drug trafficking. Prior to his release, he managed to obtain an O level and A level certificate in Prison School. He went to Singapore Polytechnic after his release and graduated in 2019 with a diploma in Chemical Engineering. He is currently working in a water treatment company as a site service technician.
He’s an avid volunteer for Yellow Ribbon Community Project (YRCP) in Woodlands division providing support for incarcerated family members. He is also a Peer Leader with SANA and participated in anti-drug events to share his experiences with youths groups and other recovering persons.