"I appreciate your hard work and believing in me and my story. My prayer is that other employers realize how this can be a win-win situation and choose to help their employees as well. No telling how many people in the Lincoln Trail Area this can help."
~ Timi-Michelle Tolhurst
Changing lives - one criminal record at a time. The first person to complete the Lincoln Trail Workforce Development Board’s Expungement Benefit Program spoke to WAVE 3 News. Timi-Michlle Tolhurst is a mother of two, a WKU graduate
The Lincoln Trail Workforce Development Board is working to get more people employed through a new program. Its Workforce Crisis Task Force announced the completion of the first Expungement Benefit Program case study.
In 2010, Timi-Michelle Tolhurst made a mistake. The Meade County resident was arrested for drug possession, a Class D felony. She could have fallen into the same trap that many before her did, but she knew she wanted more out of her life.