Teach One to Lead One is a community… Angie, Joshua, and Shira were the first three to step up. Then came Woodley, Perkins, Melissa, Kala, “Tubbs”, Wade, and Inga. Most recently Randy volunteered. Individually, they represent multiple ethnicities, socioeconomic statuses, and genders. Collectively, they model the greater good: unity. How? Through… A mentoring program that teaches Universal Principles to lead students at-risk to a life of purpose and potential. The impact of 11 individuals mentoring through 3 semesters on one campus through seven 14-week programs has resulted in 100+ students of Bolton High School in Alexandria, LA receiving character and leadership instruction so they may complete the mission and live lives of purpose and potential.