Shamar Mahon has been associated with the Civic Life Project since 2014 when he co-produced Ammunition for Controversy. This documentary, in explored the legal and political reactions in a post-Sandy Hook Connecticut. The following year, in 2015, Shamar explored the partisan divides on Connecticut’s minimum wage increase to $10.10 when he co-produced Unmasking the Minimum. After co-producing and directing two documentaries with the Civic Life Project, he was offered the position of Youth Leadership Coordinator in which he recruited his schoolmates and helped them to complete documentaries through Civic Life. Now, as a Sophomore in college, he is the Treasurer of Wheaton College MA.