Lecture Series for Working Fathers

Posted by on January 31, 2003

The Project to Re-Unite Working Fathers with Their Children
LECTURE SERIES – Open to General Public, especially for Agencies who are Working with this Population
1617 JFK Blvd, 13th floor Board Room, Phila. 19103
Meet & Greet with Refreshments at 6:30pm. Lecture begins promptly at 7pm.

Tuesday, February 4: Work as a Tool of Life Fulfillment – Reverend James D. Gailliard, Senior Pastor of Word Tabernacle Baptist Church. As a faculty member of the Evangelical Training Association, he has lectured in colleges and universities through the nation on Workforce Diversity, Urban Renewal, Community Transformation & Church growth. Rev. Gailliard is honored father of three.

Tuesday, February 25: Value of a Cohesive Family Formation – Dr. William Silver; Currently operates an independent practice, specializing in the treatment of children & families, Serves as an Associate in the Dept. of psychiatry for Crozier Chester Medical Center and has served as a lecturer for over twenty years at the University of Penna. Proud Father of two.

Tuesday, March 18: Anger Management – Professor Louis H. Carter, Associate Professor in the Graduate School of Social Work at the University of Penn for 30 years. Prof. Carter is at the forefront of a variety of administrative & direct service committees striving for progressive changes in child welfare, public welfare, criminal & juvenile justice & mental health public policies.

Tuesday, April 8, 2003: The Art of Possession vs. Control – David T. Robinson, Sr. As the first man to hold a leadership position in a formerly all women organization, Mr. Robinson’s effective strategies to eliminating violence against women have made him an invaluable asset to Women Organized Against Rape. Works with men throughout Phila to help them embrace their masculinity without jeopardizing the welfare and well being of their loved ones. Full time Father devoted to his beloved son.

Tuesday, May 6, 2003: My Child, Your Child, Our Children – Richard H. McCrumn, MHS Long career as an administrator and curriculum developer. Trainer, 14 years proficiency in human services administration and 30 years of adeptness as a social service provider which he uses to channel in the Penna. Parents Information Resource Center (PPIRC).

Tuesday, June 3, 2003: The Economics of Education – Dr. Alicia B. Harvey Smith
Dr. Smith is mentor and resource to the Community College of Baltimore County’s Cantonville Campus. Serves as Dean of Learning to CCBC and continues to publish on strategies for retention and education as a tool for professional success. Encourages those less fortunate to accelerate academically to pursue their education beyond high school.
For More information contact Dr. Rufus Sylvester Lynch at 215-814-6549

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