Social justice advocates were on hand Wednesday for the unveiling of the newly formed Office of Returning Citizens, which will help ex-convicts land jobs and get training and housing they desperately need upon re-entering society after serving their bids.
Trenton city council introduced an ordinance that would designate a section of the city as a medical cannabis area. TrentonMetro, founded by Tracey Syphax, is a healthcare-focused marijuana organization that filed for an application with the New Jersey Department of...
The Network Journal reports on a recent interview with prominent Trenton businessman Tracey Syphax on his application with the New Jersey Department of Health to obtain a license to open and operate a medical marijuana facility. Read the full article...
Local businessman, Tracey Syphax is looking to open a medical marijuana facility and bring 100s of jobs and revenue to Trenton.
The Network Journal reports that community activist and author, Trenton business mogul Tracey Syphax has been appointed to the Economic Development Committee for the city of Trenton. Read the full article at TNJ.com
With companies increasingly experiencing a labor crunch, some are turning to an underutilized resource, ex-prisoners. Tracey Syphax and other advocates for hiring the formerly incarcerated say that skills developed on the wrong side of the law can be put to...
Tracey D. Syphax and C.J. Meenan present: Reentry Ventures, an entrepreneurship program for returning citizens!
Host Tracey L. Fisher interviews Tracey Syphax for his video podcast, Re-Entry Point of View.
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