It was there, where leadership saw the potential I had to serve as a cyber professional. I was paired with a mentor who didn’t “have time” to mentor me. He actually expressed to me that the role I was being groomed for shouldn’t have been happening, and that I should have had at least 10 years of experience before being offered the role.
One day, I was notified by financial aid at CSU and informed that I needed to present my social security card. I went to the financial aid office at my school and was told that I needed to go to the SSA. When I went to the SSA, I learned that I was mistakenly declared deceased on the date of my father’s death.
Everything was taken away from me.
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