How we are different? We services human beings from two opposite spectrum’s of society, namely: the formerly incarcerated and the professional. At YW Consultants, we have the privilege of working with non-profits, for-profits, government agencies and individuals which in turn empowers us to provide the most effective solutions to its clients, while adhering to our policies of confidentiality.
“What we know we owe, therefore, It is our duty to educate, inspire and empower.”
Some of Our Keynote Public Speaking Topics
- How Faith Can Change the Heart of an Ex-Offender
- From Crime to Entrepreneurship
- Keeping Our Youth Safe in an Unsafe Environment
- Making Money with Inspiration
- Letting Women Take the Lead
- Women Our Brother’s Keeper
- Building Youth Leaderships
- Youth Advocacy that Works
- Relationship Building
- Inside California’s Worst Prisons
- A Gang Members Confession
- Curing the Heart of a Domestic Violence Abuser
- Marketing with a Shoestring Budget
- Selling Your Vision to Your Team
- Changing Your Lifestyle is Your Best Survival Strategy
- How To Keep Your Team Inspired
- A Mastermind Session
- Business First
- Building Business with Nothing
- The Inner Dimensions of Volunteerism
- Giving the Unemployable Employment
- How to Change the Life of a Convict
and so many other intriguing conversations
About the Owner
Yusef Andre Wiley, was born October 24, 1969 and raised in South Los Angeles, California. Both of his parents, Betty and Sampson Wiley originally from the state of Texas. Andre is the youngest of five children. By the age of 13, he started associating with gang members and getting into trouble around the neighborhood. After serving a juvenile sentence, Mr. Wiley continued his gang involvement with other known gang members earning a reputation as a gang banger in the areas of South LA (Compton, Watts and Willowbrook) which eventually landed him in the correctional system in California at the age of 21.
Mr. Wiley, also a Personal Life Coach has now been working for many years to end gang and youth violence through his development and writing intervention and rehabilitation programs. His work as an adviser and mentor has been phenomenal. He is the creator and founder of the Timelist Group (a pre-release/post-release) rehabilitation program which also provides housing for parolees Los Angeles California and continues to provide training’s at several CDCR facilities. He also has assisted several reentry start-up organizations in Los Angeles and the SF Bay Area, a former Commissioner on the Human Relations Commission of the City of Union City, Alameda County Reentry Panels and Advisory Boards. He is an author and has gained several awards and degrees, one AA degree in Small Business Management as well as a Paralegal Degree. He is also a certified member of the John Maxwell Team. Mr. Wiley is currently the Founder & CEO of the Timelist Group, Inc, Senior Consultant and managing Director at the Remy Ma Foundation, married to Sa’Nae Ellis-Wiley and proud father of six children.
Cortez “Taz” Chandler
Cortez Chandler, better known as “Taz” was born in Zanesville, OH. His father was a United States Navy Chief Petty Officer, and his mother was a stay-at-home mom. His parents raised their three children, of whom, Cortez was the oldest. The family migrated to Long Beach, CA in 1980. Throughout Mr. Chandler’s youth and years of education, he attended California public schools. Mr. Chandler graduated from Millikan High School in Long Beach, CA. and played college football for Chaffey College in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. In 1989, Mr. Chandler obtained his California business license and ran a successful auto detailing service until the summer of 1991.
Unfortunately, and regrettably, in the fall of 1991 Mr. Chandler was ordered by a judge to serve a life sentence in a California correctional facility. He served 24½ years and was released on August 19, 2015. In During his incarceration, he met Mr. Andre Wiley of the Timelist Group, with whom he began to talk about life after prison and building the necessary skills to successfully transition. That meeting would change his life forever. Upon his release he was transitioned to the Amistad Foundation where he learned coping skills and much more taught through the Timelist programs. Being on Parole Mr. Chandler became a PRNN for CDCR. Using all the life skills that’s Parole has helped him with. He wants to give back to the men and women so they able to reintegrate smoothly
Also, during Mr. Chandler’s incarceration, he met his best friend, La Para, who became his wife when they married the very day of his release. They recently celebrated their 2nd wedding anniversary. Today, Mr. Chandler spends the bulk of his time being a great husband and helping other ex-offenders who have been released from prison to be successfully reintegrated back into society. Ironically, he now works for the Timelist Group’s reentry program as the Director of Operation and runs their transitional homes. He is a dedicated and compassionate to helping other ex-offenders find their way in life and teaches them how to succeed after prison.
Mr. Chandler went back to the Avenal State Prison as a motivational speaker sharing what PRNN is all about, mine you this is the same prison Mr. Chandler paroled from. further promote reentry and reintegration, wholeness of self and mind, financial literacy and entrepreneurship for ex-offenders.