From directing a drug enterprise to a social enterprise: The story behind CONFIT

At the age of 21, Joseph Kwon was sentenced to 13 years in prison for directing a drug enterprise. Upon his release nine years later, Joseph decided to change his life around with education and is now a third year student at UNSW Business School and the founder of a social enterprise called CONFIT.

With the collective support of UNSW academics, the Centre for Social Impact and the Founders program, Joseph created CONFIT, a business that provides a supportive network for ex-inmates to reintegrate back into society through fitness.