Cliff Molak, raising awareness of cyberbullying.

Cliff‘s brother, David, committed suicide after suffering months of cyberbullying. To help prevent similar tragedies, Cliff and his family formed David’s Legacy Foundation, dedicated to raising awareness of cyber abuse.
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Cliff Molak honors his brother’s legacy by working to end cyberbullying. Cliff Molak’s brother, David, committed suicide when he was just 16 years old after months of cyberbullying. Determined to prevent similar tragedies, Cliff and his family formed David’s Legacy Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to raising awareness of cyberbullying and cyber abuse. The foundation works to protect youth from the harmful effects of improper social media use. They are also working diligently to pass David’s Law, making cyberbullying a legally punishable offense.

Cliff holds an undergraduate degree in biomedical engineering from Texas A&M University and is pursuing his medical doctorate from the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. Cliff shares David’s love of sports and enjoys playing fantasy football, attending A&M football games and golfing.

*A charitable donation was made on behalf of the author of this letter.

Cliff Molak honors his brother’s legacy by working to end cyberbullying. Cliff Molak’s brother, David, committed suicide when he was just 16 years old after months of cyberbullying.
Determined to prevent similar tragedies, Cliff and his family formed David’s Legacy Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to raising awareness of cyberbullying and cyber abuse. The foundation works to protect youth from the harmful effects of improper social media use. They are also working

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