Miguel Coppedge is a bestselling published author and honors student, whom by age 10 published 3 books; “The Adventures of FireMan, “The Case of The Stinger” (sequel to first book) and “Friendly Officers,” a filmmaker, speaker, philanthropist, social change maker, and app developer. A portion of his proceeds from his books goes to St. Ann’s Center for Children, Youth and Families because he was once a foster child there as an infant before he was adopted. Miguel helped to produce his short film for his first book “The Adventures of FireMan” and did a community policing PSA with the officers in his book and DC’s police chief. He also partnered with DC Metropolitan Police Department to build relationships between them and the communities and bring back community policing through his Best Seller “Friendly Officers.” Miguel just recently started Krulle, LLC, a hair care product for boys and men. Miguel has appeared on radio shows, internet radio shows, he’s been in the Washington Informer a number of times, The Baltimore Times for being recognized as a young philanthropist and for winning Ellio’s Pizza Phenomenal Kid 10K scholarship, $500 Scholarship for being recognized for his philanthropy, News channels 5 and 9 for a community policing event he did with the National Law Enforcement Museum, and News Channel 8 twice to promote his books. He’s been in a number of internet publications and online magazines. Miguel does readings and inspirational speeches at schools, daycares, and after school programs. Miguel received a Young Author Achievement Award from his publisher “Halo Publishing”, “Most Outstanding Biz Kid” award from “Biz Kidz”, recognized as an “Everyday Young Hero” by Youth Service America for being a leader and a “Youth Author Award” from “Excel Mentoring” & “Awesome Youth Author Awards”. He received a $1000 grant from Youth Service America and Tapestry at The Hilton to do a community service project involving the arts. Miguel developed a GOOGLE app for kids called “Miguel Story Book” to read his books and his books have been inducted into DC Public Library’s children’s department. On January 19, 2015, Miguel had a once in a lifetime opportunity to meet President Obama and his family. They were on all the news channels, numerous websites, and in the Washington Times Daily sharing a conversation while making books for young children and he received a personal thank you letter from President Obama. Miguel prides himself on giving back. He did a book and coat drive and donated over $400 to St. Ann’s Center for Children, Youth and Families, donated Mother’s Day gifts to the teen moms who reside at St. Ann’s and volunteers monthly to read stories to the kids. Miguel feeds the homeless with a mentoring group he’s a member of and he raised money for the Boys and Girls he attends by selling lemonade. He donates “I Care Comfort Bags” to DC Child & Family Services for the foster kids which prompted him to start his I Care Comfort Foundation. Miguel is determined to be great in everything he does. Miguel wants to inspire everyone to follow their dreams. His motto is “You’re never too young to do anything”. All 3 books are available online at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Halo Publishing International.