More than twenty years ago, Marc T. Little said “yes” to life after a gang member tried to end it; instead, the gunshot took his right leg, propelling him to destiny. Now through his work as a lawyer, entrepreneur, community builder, and church administrator for more than a decade, he teaches others how to say “yes” to life.
Little earned his Bachelor of Arts in broadcast journalism from the University of Southern California in 1987 and his Juris Doctorate from the Gould School of Law at USC in 1994. His own firm specializes in entertainment transactions. His pursuit of higher education continues at Fuller Seminary. Little also works on various boards and commissions focusing on family preservation and poverty.
Little is a founding board member for Crown Preparatory Academy, a Los Angeles inner city-based charter middle school.
Son of a single mother and Pro Football Hall of Famer Floyd Little, Marc desires to make a positive difference in his community; he is unwilling to allow anyone else to dictate his destiny. He believes that by doing so, he motivates himself and others to say “yes” to life.