It’s not unusual for people to change careers. James Faison is one of them, though five years ago he didn’t imagine he would be. With a law degree from Harvard, he was well into a career as a corporate lawyer in Miami. Then, in 2012, his grandfather died, and Faison inherited his farm. So, he quit his job and returned to Virginia to start a farm business. But instead of raising cattle or corn, he's raising incomes for local farmers. Faiza Elmasry has the story, narrated by Faith Lapidus.