"Cafe" Brown, left, and Tarshea Sanderson with LEAP, a Miami nonprofit that mentors women in prison and works with them when get out so they get jobs and stay on track, at a cocktail party/fundraiser in Coconut Grove, on Oct. 25. Brown, who served time in prison for a conviction in a domestic violence case, was mentored by LEAP and now works as a cook at Camillus House.
"Cafe" Brown, left, and Tarshea Sanderson with LEAP, a Miami nonprofit that mentors women in prison and works with them when get out so they get jobs and stay on track, at a cocktail party/fundraiser in Coconut Grove, on Oct. 25. Brown, who served time in prison for a conviction in a domestic violence case, was mentored by LEAP and now works as a cook at Camillus House. Alexia Fodere Special to the Herald
"Cafe" Brown, left, and Tarshea Sanderson with LEAP, a Miami nonprofit that mentors women in prison and works with them when get out so they get jobs and stay on track, at a cocktail party/fundraiser in Coconut Grove, on Oct. 25. Brown, who served time in prison for a conviction in a domestic violence case, was mentored by LEAP and now works as a cook at Camillus House. Alexia Fodere Special to the Herald

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