What We Do



 Mission: Launch is a not-for-profit social enterprise committed to improving reentry outcomes by supporting and structuring innovation among government and nongovernment agencies. Their role in the reentry ecosystem is foundational to systems level change. Through our two (2) programs - The Rebuilding Reentry Coalition and Mission: LaunchPad - we strive to achieve our mission of accelerated self-sufficiency and improved socio-economics outcomes for American's with an arrest and/or conviction record. 


  • The Rebuilding Reentry Coalition (RRC) is a collective network of governmental and non-governmental agencies, as well as grassroots, citizen-led movements. Each stakeholder represents 1-of-15 cross-sectors dedicated to a better coordination of services as well as closing communication gaps throughout the human/social services network. At each convening, we diligently ensure 100 of the most relevant stakeholders are in attendance. This allows us to protect the integrity of ideas shared as well as gain long-term commitment to not only the innovation process but the implementation process as well. 
  • Mission: LaunchPad - Expanding the definition of entrepreneurship to include the 65 million Americans facing workforce discrimination is a step towards improving socio-economic outcomes. On August 4, 2015 in conjunction with the rst ever White House Demo Day festivities, Mission: Launch was selected as one of the 80 recipients of the 2015 Growth Accelerator Fund Competition hosted by the U.S. Small Business Administration. Subsequently, they received a $50,000 cash prize funding its new entrepreneurial ecosystem model, Mission: LaunchPad.