The Global Peace Foundation today named Alan J. Inman as new President of Global Peace Foundation USA (GPF-USA). Outgoing GPF-USA President James Flynn has been named the new international president of Global Peace Foundation.
Mr. Inman previously served as National Director for the Institute for Responsible Fatherhood, where he led the development of programs in eight U.S. cities. Mr. Inman also served as Executive Director of Minority Alliance International, a New York based civil rights organization; as a consultant to the City of New York; and as chairman of a New York City Community Planning Board.Read more...
More than a hundred New York State leaders, including human service providers from community and faith-based groups, businesses, philanthropic organizations and government, gathered on January 31, 2013 to share experience and develop an agenda to strengthen New York families.
Meeting in Poughkeepsie, the Stronger Families New York (SFNY) coalition convened on the theme of “Promoting Well-being, Success and Economic Security for New York Families.” Global Peace Foundation USA was a cosponsor of the event and is a member of the coalition since March 2012.Read more...
“The absence of fathers in the lives of their children is a national epidemic and a major contributor to the inability of families, neighborhoods and communities to thrive economically,” declared Dr. Jacquelyn Henry, Executive Director of the Healthy Families Thriving Communities Collaborative Council, at a Fatherhood and Family Engagement Symposium in Washington, DC on October 4. “Men with limited education, few job skills, and other barriers to employment are not a match to the employment opportunities of the twenty-first century.”Read more...
“People of faith are the ones with the ability to grow great flowers from the refuse of the world, whose petals are the leaves of the healing of the nations, and whose stems are straight with the righteousness of the transcendent reality.”
Dr. Howard Trulear
National Faith Leaders Summit
October 12, 2011
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