On March 3rd, 2021, Lexeprint Inc. announced its partnership with Unloop. Lexeprint offers five classes which, if purchased between February 1 and June 30, 2021, will go towards Unloop. Unloop is a nonprofit organization that helps provide software development education and pave pathways to job opportunities for those previously or currently incarcerated. Unloop allows those marginalized by conviction to gain a one-year college degree in software development, mentoring from industry professionals, educational resources, and job opportunities for re-entry into the workforce. Lexeprints classes not only act as an educational resource in and of itself but also as a means to fund Unloop’s efforts. The incarcerated population is one of many marginalized communities that are not getting the help, resources, or representation they need to thrive in the cyber, legal, and tech industries. Lexeprint plans to continue donating proceeds from its courses and other resources to nonprofit organizations, in efforts to rectify this issue both in the United States and on a global scale.
On February 18th, 2021, Lexeprint Inc., a publication company that offers educational services at the intersection of business, law, and technology, announced its 180-day partnership with the nonprofit Women in Security and Privacy (WISP). WISP chose five classes offered through Lexeprint which, if purchased between February 18th and August 17th will benefit its efforts. Women in Security and Privacy is a nonprofit organization that provides the necessary educational tools and resources to women seeking positions in privacy and security. WISP does so by offering networking and mentoring opportunities to women, and by creating a community that encourages the exchange of information and collaboration that is useful for career advancements. Lexeprint is an advocate of awareness for gender and racial diversity across industries so, by partnering with WISP, Lexeprint aims to not only help fund WISP’s efforts but further emphasize the need for diversity in cyber, legal, and technological roles. “Women make up only twenty percent of the software, cyber, and tech industries, a ratio that we at Lexeprint are continuously driving to balance,” says Daniel Garrie, founder of Lexeprint. “We are excited for the opportunity to be partnering with Women in Security and Privacy to reinforce our initiatives and lend our support to make a difference in the landscape of women in software positions.” Lexeprint continues to donate proceeds from its courses and other resources to nonprofit organizations in hopes of offering better resources and opportunities for communities both in the United States and on a global scale.
On February 1st, 2021, Lexeprint Inc., a publication company that offers educational services at the intersection of business, law, and technology, announced its partnership with Direct Connections to Africa. Lexeprint offers five classes which, if purchased between February 1 and June 30, 2021, will benefit DCTA.
Direct Connections to Africa is a nonprofit organization that provides villages in Malawi, Africa with the materials they need to thrive in the world and overcome the abject poverty that people are struggling with every day. Among these materials are educational tools and medical aid to those in need. By partnering with DCTA, Lexeprint offers those who purchase a class not only educational benefits, but the moral benefits of supporting communities that are subject to abject poverty.
Lexeprint’s partnership with Direct Connections to Africa is the first in a string of partnerships to come, with the hope of raising awareness and funding for systemically marginalized communities. Lexeprint plans to continue donating proceeds from its courses and other resources to nonprofit organizations, in efforts to create better conditions for communities both in the United States and on a global scale.
On February 14th, 2021, co-founder of the Global Cyber Institute, Daniel Garrie, and his team launched Lexeprint Inc., a publishing company that offers courses, articles, books, and other resources to the general public. Lexeprint offers an ever-developing catalog of educational courses for professionals that grant continuing legal education (CLE) credits and continuing professional education (CPE) credits. Daniel Garrie, with the addition of his accomplished peers, offers their industry-defining experience to the masses through a collection of legal journals and other printable resources. Lexeprint was founded with the unique goal of operating as a socially aware publisher and educational resource for professionals, of all genders, races, and creeds without barriers. The company’s materials and resources are made available in an effort to educate the general public on the best law practices and policies regarding cybersecurity, eDiscovery, and forensics. Lexeprint’s business model focuses on partnering with nonprofits that work towards expanding the accessibility of the cyber and law industries to historically unrepresented and systemically marginalized communities such as women, minorities, etc. Half of all Lexeprint’s proceeds are donated to these types of nonprofits in an effort to educate the general public while simultaneously helping those in need.