Curtis Coleman was born and raised in Las Vegas, NV. Graduating with the first graduating class of Palo Verde High School in 2000, where he was a three sport athlete. He then continued his athletic and educational path pursuing a degree in Criminal Justice at Yuba College and Sacramento State University.
Determined to see and make a difference in his hometown, Curtis visualized an organization that could strengthen the community and embrace the youth. In 2014, after years of working in the Clark County School District and Juvenile Justice System, he followed his vision and founded Save Our Sons. Curtis stands firm on his belief that by providing mentor-ship and advocacy to children and families in need, a difference can be made. Mentoring through sports, he enjoys coaching basketball, baseball, and football under the Save Our Sons Sports program, as well on the high school level. Teaching and instilling life lessons while coaching and mentoring, Curtis vows to partner with the youth to help them make a positive transition from adolescents to adulthood. He credits his passion and love for wanting to help make a change, to the great and loving upbringing he received from his Grandfather Curtis (deceased), his Grandmother Rachel (deceased) and his Aunt Tang.