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Since the non-profit's start, the Futrell couple have gone on to spread their message by working with NBA Hall of Fame member Dominique Wilkins; Boys and Girls Club of Greater Washington; R&B sensation Ne -Yo and his non-profit organization, The Compound Foundation; Wilberforce University; and the Prince William County Schools.
Former delegate Futrell began a private career as an educator teaching middle school math and science to children many of whom were from families with low incomes. A nonprofit organization, Make the Future provides underprivileged and at-risk youth in the Northern Virginia region tools needed to "create positive habits from preschool to college." Make the Future became a pillar in the community.
After making a career change to become a pharmaceutical representative in Northern Virginia, Futrell began volunteering as a basketball coach with the Hylton Boys and Girls Club in Woodbridge, Virginia. Former delegate Futrell has always had a vested interest in the political well-being of his community, having served as past president of the Prince William County Young Democrats and Vice Chairperson of the Prince William County Elections Task Force.
Michael Futrell is a dedicated public servant who represented the Second District in Virginia's House of Delegates.
In 2013 Futrell ran unopposed in the June 11 Democratic primary and defeated incumbent Mark Dudenhefer (R) in the general election on November 5, 2013.