Ms. Brown, who serves as a Board Member for the Global Women Peace Foundation of Centerville, Va. and the Diverse Male Student Institute at Prince George's Community College, is the architect for her curriculum-based lessons on successful strategies and methodologies for anger management, effective communication, healthy relationship and the discovery of self for the purpose of building self-esteem.
The native New Yorker is noted for powerful and inspiring words. Because of her dynamic presentations the First Annual Maryland National Heritage Award Ceremony and the National Alumnae Chapter of Spelman College - the D.C. Chapter ("Loving Me Girls" conference) tabbed Ms. Brown as their keynote speaker.
The Diverse Male Student Initiative housed at Prince George's Community College in Largo, Maryland, is "an aggressive student retention program which focuses on academic achievement, personal growth and career readiness for the college's diverse male population.
It is Hamlin's heat; his provocative presence to inspire and his "insatiable desire to encourage the discovery of divine purpose" in his student that serves as the bond that ties him to our purpose. In Mr. Hamlin we have secured the brilliance needed to inspire this very important demographic, ex-offenders returning to society.
Mr. Hamlin, a former Dean of Students and Vice Principle, is a graduate of South Carolina State University. He is a proud member of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity and even prouder to be the father of Qwest.
Mr. Hall's wisdom and expertise ensures that we possesses the ability to nurture the growth of fathers. He has earned a reputation for holding men accountable to their children regardless of the tribulations they may face; and advocating for the rights of fathers whereever needed.
Hall, who created and manages "Adam's House," one of the nation's most successful Life Skills Management curriculum for men, is married to Stacie, his wife of 32 years. They are the proud parents of Jasmine, Blossom, and Buddy and the grandparents to four energetic grandchildren.
Dr. Saundra Lynch Ervin
In addition to a thriving practice, Dr. Lynch Ervin is credited with establishing the Counseling Center for students and employees at Prince George's Community College. The center offers short-term individual counseling, group therapy and mental health educational awareness seminars. In her role as an educator she also provides graduate level clinical supervision to psychology and counseling students as well as certified employee assistance practitioner candidates.
During the nearly three-decade career, the North Carolina native has spearheaded numerous national programs involving depression, anxiety, stress management and crisis intervention that addressed the 911 attack on America.
Chamar Glenn has built an impressive career as a Youth Outreach Specialist. It is this valued expertise that Mr. Glenn greatly contributes to our mission. In our partnership with "Legends for Life," a Community Based Initiative founded by Glenn, we have married our expertise to ensure that we adequately addressed our youth populace.
Our Cognitive Behavioral Intervention outreach targeted toward youth ages 13 to 18, promotes the spirit of healthy behaviors in our youth with the purpose of pushing this future generation to embrace an intimate awareness for self. A connoisseur of music-Mr. Glenn uses the media as a method to deliver the value in his message. With Mr. Glenn "I Can SWIM" will launch in 2014.
Mr. Glenn is a graduate of Virginia State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology. Once homeless, he now serves the community as the Vice President of Pickwick Square Mutual Homes. The Co-op is designed to improve the life's quality for the residents by providing quality housing at affordable price.