From Central High to A-Rod’s house: How one nonprofit is opening doors for Memphis teen


Last summer, an investment banking tycoon brought his real estate nonprofit to Memphis.

Today, the impact from that program is still being felt by one Central High School graduate.

Founded in 2016 by Cedric Bobo and Fred Greene, Project Destined teaches minority teenagers how to invest in real estate through a multiday program. It culminates with students making real bids on properties. If the offers are accepted, Bobo writes a check, and a portion of profits generated from those properties —…

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