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Vision to INSPIRE. Mission to CHANGE. If we are not intentionally inclusive, we will be unintentionally exclusive.

Pamela Prince-Eason Pamela Prince-Eason President and CEO of the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) Pamela Prince-Eason is President and CEO of the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council, a role she assumed in 2011. She was previously Vice President of Worldwide Procurement for Pfizer Inc. and held various leadership positions at Texas Instruments, GSE Systems and Warner Lambert, as well as Co-owner of RMR Associates. Her experience as a corporate executive and woman business owner honed her expertise in supplier diversity, strategic leadership and management best practices. Additionally, her dedication to women’s business leadership illustrates her commitment to advance women’s excellence and opportunity. She has been a strong supporter of the Institute of Supply Management, WEConnect International, the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, the National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce and the National Minority Supplier Development Council. Pamela is also on the advisory committees of Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneurial Winning Women program, the Dell Women’s Entrepreneur Network, Wal-mart’s Women Owned Business Advisory Council, Shell Diversity & Inclusion Collaboration Partners, MGM Resorts International Diversity Advisory Board and the Coca-Cola Company’s 5by20 initiative.

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Alicia Garza

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Co-founder Black Lives Matter Alicia Garza is an Oakland-based organizer, writer, public speaker and freedom dreamer who is currently the Special Projects Director for the National Domestic Workers Alliance, the nation’s leading voice for dignity and fairness for the millions of domestic workers in the United States. Garza, along with Opal Tometi and Patrisse Cullors, also co-founded the Black Lives Matter network, a globally recognized organizing project that focuses on combatting anti-Black state- sanctioned violence and the oppression of all Black people. Since the rise of the BLM movement, Garza has become a powerful voice in the media. Her articles and interviews have been featured in Time, Mic, The Guardian,, Essence, Democracy Now!, and The New York Times. In addition, her work has received numerous recognitions including being named on The Root's 2016 list of 100 African American achievers and influencers, the 2016 Glamour Women of the Year Award, the 2016 Marie Claire New Guard Award, and as a Community Change Agent at the 2016 BET's Black Girls Rock Awards. Most important, as a queer Black woman, Garza’s leadership and work challenge the misconception that only cisgender Black men encounter police and state violence. While the tragic deaths of Trayvon Martin and Mike Brown were catalysts for the emergence of the BLM movement, Garza is clear: In order to truly understand how devastating and widespread this type of violence is in Black America, we must view this epidemic through of a lens of race, gender, sexual orientation and gender identity. Tags: Change Maker

Paul Luna


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Experience: President and CEO at Helios Education Foundation. Luna leads Helios Education Foundation, a philanthropic organization dedicated to creating opportunities for individuals in Arizona and Florida to succeed in postsecondary education. He is the former president of Valley of the Sun United Way and has held positions with Pepsi, IBM and the Office of Governor Bruce Babbitt. Education: San Jose State University – Business Management TAGS: education, foundation, business

Paul Luna President and CEO Helios Education Foundation

Patrisse Khan-Cullors

Co-founder Black Lives Matter

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Co-founder and Strategic Advisor

Patrisse Khan-Cullors is an artist, organizer, and freedom fighter from Los Angeles, CA. Co-founder of Black Lives Matter, and Founder of Dignity and Power Now she is a New York Times Best Selling Author, Fulbright scholar, popular public speaker, and Sydney Peace Prize awardee. Patrisse recently toured her multimedia performance art piece, "POWER: From the Mouths of the Occupied," a gripping performance piece highlighting the impact of mass criminalization and state violence in Black communities across the United States.

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Van Jones THE CHANGE-MAKER Van’s honest and poignant social commentary has made him one of the most compelling and powerful public voices in America. His reach transcends age, race, geography and political ideology. Van is a CNN political contributor, the host of the Van Jones Show and The Redemption Project. He appears regularly across the network’s programming and political coverage. He is a popular guest on TV programs like The Daily Show and Real Time with Bill Maher. He also made special appearances on House of Cards and Ava Duvernay’s documentary “The 13th.” Van Jones burst into the American consciousness during the 2016 presidential campaign with an unscripted, truth-telling style and an already established history of bridge-building across party lines. A longtime progressive activist with deep roots in the conservative South, Jones has made it his mission to challenge voters and viewers to stand in one another’s shoes and disagree constructively. He pushes people on both the left and the right to be better.

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Risa Lavizzo-Mourey

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Experience: Risa Lavizzo-Mourey, MD, MBA, is president emerita and former CEO of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), a position she held for nearly 15 years. In March 2017, she was named the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation PIK Professor of Health Policy and Health Equity at the University of Pennsylvania, effective January 1, 2018. Education: University of Pennsylvania – Education Harvard Medical School

TAGS: healthcare, community , medicine, female

Risa Lavizzo-Mourey President and CEO Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Gonzalo A. de la Melena

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Experience: Gonzalo A. de la Melena Jr. serves the community as the President of the Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (AZHCC) & Operator of the Phoenix - Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) Center of Excellence, the States leading advocate representing and serving more than 100,000 Minority Business Enterprises. Gonzalo is also the Founder of Emerging Airport Ventures, a certified ACDBE firm with holdings in Retail, Food & Beverage concessions at Sky Harbor International Airport. Gonzalo has 20+ years of global brand management, retail, F&B management, economic development, mergers & acquisition and Latino marketing experience gained from conducting business in more than thirty countries. Gonzalo began his career in consumer products with Coca-Cola Enterprises before joining The Dial Corporation where he held various positions in brand, international development and country management in the USA, Mexico, South/Central America, Caribbean and Canada. Education: Arizona State University – W.P. Carey School of Business Business Marketing Thunderbird School of Global Management TAGS: MBDA, airport, brand management, ACDBE

Gonzalo A. De la Melena Jr. President Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Opal Tometi

Vision to INSPIRE. Mission to CHANGE.

Co-founder Black Lives Matter Opal Tometi is a New York based Nigerian-American writer, strategist and community organizer. Opal is a Co-founder of #BlackLivesMatter. The historic political project was launched in the wake of the murder of Trayvon Martin to explicitly combat implicit bias and anti-black racism and to protect and affirm the beauty and dignity of all Black lives. Opal is credited with creating the online platforms and initiating the social media strategy during the project’s early days. The campaign has grown into a national network of approximately 40 chapters. In 2016, in recognition of their contribution human rights, Opal Tometi and the #BlackLivesMatter co-founders received an honarary doctorate degree, BET’s Black Girls Rock Community Change Agent Award , recognition among the world’s fifty greatest leaders by Fortune and POLITICO magazines, and the first ever Social Movement of The Year Award from the Webbys. Opal is currently at the helm of the country’s leading Black organization for immigrant rights, the Black Alliance for Just Immigration (BAJI) founded in 2006, is a national organization that educates and advocates to further immigrant rights and racial justice together with African-American, Afro-Latino, African and Caribbean immigrant communities. As the Executive Director at BAJI, Opal collaborates with staff and communities in Los Angeles, Phoenix, New York, Oakland, Washington, DC and communities throughout the Southern states. The organization’s most recent campaign helped win family reunification visas for Haitians displaced by the 2010 earthquake. BAJI is an award-winning institution with recognition by leading intuitions across the country. A transnational feminist, Opal supports and helps shape the strategic work of Pan African Network in Defense of Migrant Rights, and the Black Immigration Network (BIN) international and national formations respectively, dedicated to people of African descent. She has presented at the United Nations and participated with the UN’s Global Forum on Migration and Commission on the Status of Women.

Resha Saujani An American lawyer and politician. She is the founder of the tech organization Girls Who Code. She was previously the Deputy Public Advocate at the Office of the New York City Public Advocate.

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Rev. Dr. Tamara Rodenberg President of Bethany College The Rev. Dr. Tamara Nichols Rodenberg became Bethany's 20th President on January 1, 2016. She previously served as Brite’s Vice President for Advancement. Prior to her arrival at Brite in 2011, she completed a two-year intentional interim presidency at the Disciples Seminary Foundation, Claremont, California. From 2006-2009 she served the Foundation as Dean for Southern California. Dr. Rodenberg has also served as a missionary in Swaziland of the Common Global Ministries Board of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) and the United Church of Christ, as a congregational minister in Kentucky and California, and as a campus minister at the University of Kentucky. In addition, she has taught courses in Christian Ethics, InterCultural Studies, World Religions, the Sociology of Religion, and History and Polity of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) as an adjunct member of the faculties of Claremont School of Theology and San Francisco Theological Seminary

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Ronald C. Parker President and CEO of The Executive Leadership Council (ELC). He has been a member of the organization representing senior black executives at Fortune 500 and equivalent companies since 1994, and has served on both the Council and Foundation Boards. Parker, who recently retired from his post as senior vice president for human resources, labor relations and global diversity and inclusion for PepsiCo, is focused on assuring that The ELC's brand, programs and overall impact remain strong as the organization launches its aspirational goals.

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Ron Busby President, CEO and Founder USBC is an organization comprised of self-sustaining, viable Black Chambers and nationwide small business associations. Collaboration with strategic partners increases our capacity to provide diverse services. Mission The United States Black Chamber, Inc. (USBC) provides committed and visionary leadership and advocacy in the realization of economic empowerment. Through the creation of resources and initiatives, USBC to supports African American Chambers of Commerce and business organizations in their work to develop and grow Black enterprises

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Marc Morial Chief executive officer and politician Marc Haydel Morial was born on January 3, 1958, in New Orleans, Louisiana. He is the son of Sybil Haydel Morial, a teacher and university administrator, and the late Ernest N. “Dutch” Morial, who was the first African American Mayor of New Orleans. Morial attended a Jesuit high school, receiving his diploma in 1976. He earned his B.A. degree in economics and African American Studies at the University of Pennsylvania in 1980 and received his J.D. degree from Georgetown University Law Center in 1983. In 1992, Morial served two years in the Louisiana State Senate, where he was recognized as Legislative Rookie of the Year. Prior to his elected service, Morial worked as a private practice lawyer at Adams and Reese, one of the Gulf South’s leading law firms. One of his most noteworthy U.S. Supreme Court cases - Chisom v. Roemer - established that the Voting Rights Act be applied to the election of judges. This led to the election of the first African American judge in Louisiana. Morial served two terms as mayor of New Orleans from 1994 to 2002. Many improvements were made during his terms as mayor including crime reduction, police reform and the passing of a significant bond issue. In addition, during his last two years in office, Morial served as president of the United States Conference of Mayors. The Morials, father and son, have the distinction of being one of the first African American political dynasties. In May 2003, Morial was appointed president and CEO of The National Urban League, a revered civil rights organization. Since that appointment, Morial’s Empowerment Agenda has worked to reenergize the League’s diverse constituencies; to build on the strength of its nearly one-hundred-year-old legacy; and to increase its profile both locally and nationally. Morial has been recognized by Non-Profit Times as one of America's top 50 non-profit executives and was named one of the "100 Most Influential Blacks in America" by Ebony magazine. In June 2009, Morial was appointed chair of the 2010 Census Advisory Committee.

Vision to INSPIRE. Mission to CHANGE.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg Ruth Bader Ginsburg (born Joan Ruth Bader; March 15, 1933) is an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. Ginsburg was appointed by President Bill Clinton and took the oath of office on August 10, 1993. ... Ginsburg was born in Brooklyn, New York to Russian Jewish immigrants.

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Stacey Key President and CEO at The Georgia Minority Supplier Development Council Executive with successful history of building / motivating highperforming teams, improving profitability, and growing market share. Highly skilled in closing new business, developing highimpact marketing strategies, and winning customer loyalty. Toptier performer with proven track record of delivering results that increase profitability, customer satisfaction, and productivity. Consistently proven able to hit the ground running, producing exceptional results within a short period of time.

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Antonio Ramon Villaraigosa

Vision to INSPIRE. Mission to CHANGE.

Antonio Villaraigosa is an American Democratic politician who served as the Mayor of Los Angeles (2005–13), the first Hispanic to hold the post since 1872. Villaraigosa grew up in a predominantly Latino area of East Los Angeles, where he and his three younger siblings were raised by their mother. He was politically involved from age 15—volunteering with the farmworkers’ movement and participating in protest marches. A rebellious teenager, he dropped out of high school during his junior year but eventually was persuaded to return to school, and he went on to attend East Los Angeles College and the University of California in Los Angeles, where he received a bachelor’s degree in history in 1977. In 1985 he received a law degree from the People’s College of Law in Los Angeles.

Bright Simons Bright Simons is a Ghanaian social innovator, entrepreneur, writer and researcher affiliated with IMANI. He is also the founder and president of mPedigree As of 2013, Bright Simons was the President of the mPedigree Network, a self-described 'social enterprise' noted for its work to expose makers and distributors of counterfeit medicines, and for creating a computer program called Goldkeys that enables the verification of certain products in some countries. Simons writes for the Huffington Post, Digital and the Royal African Society’s online magazine, African Arguments. He is a regular contributor to the BBC's Business Daily programs. Simons has co-authored research at IMANI.

Vision to INSPIRE. Mission to CHANGE.

Bryan Stevenson Founder & Executive Director Equal Justice Initiative

Vision to INSPIRE. Mission to CHANGE.

BRYAN STEVENSON is the founder and Executive Director of the Equal Justice Initiative in Montgomery, Alabama. Mr. Stevenson is a widely acclaimed public interest lawyer who has dedicated his career to helping the poor, the incarcerated and the condemned. Under his leadership, EJI has won major legal challenges eliminating excessive and unfair sentencing, exonerating innocent death row prisoners, confronting abuse of the incarcerated and the mentally ill and aiding children prosecuted as adults. Mr. Stevenson has successfully argued several cases in the United States Supreme Court and recently won an historic ruling that mandatory life-without-parole sentences for all children 17 or younger are unconstitutional. Mr. Stevenson and his staff have won reversals, relief or release for over 115 wrongly condemned prisoners on death row. Mr. Stevenson has initiated major new anti-poverty and anti-discrimination efforts that challenge the legacy of racial inequality in America, including major projects to educate communities about slavery, lynching and racial segregation. Mr. Stevenson is also a Professor of Law at the New York University School of Law. Mr. Stevenson has received 26 honorary degrees including degrees from Yale University, the University of Pennsylvania, Georgetown University and Washington University. He is the recent author of the critically acclaimed New York Times bestseller, Just Mercy, which was named by Time Magazine as one of the 10 Best Books of Nonfiction for 2014 and has been awarded several honors including a 2015 NAACP Image Award.


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JONATHAN SPRINKLES BUILDING TEAMS | BUILDING TRUST | BUILDING PEOPLE Jonathan Sprinkles works with organizations that want to increase profits and productivity by leveraging The Power of Connection™. Trust is the new currency of business. Jonathan Sprinkles, “Your Connection Coach” has been recognized for over a decade as a thought leader on the psychology of the human connection—the force that drives engagement, loyalty, and profitability. The author of 13 books, including two international bestsellers, Jonathan’s innovative approach inspires positive culture shifts throughout organizations. Labeled a “turnaround specialist” by executives and celebrity clients, Jonathan has earned multiple awards for excellence in business and leadership coaching and is well known as a top-rated keynote speaker. Jonathan’s practical, proven strategies have worked for organizations like yours that want to re-energize their workforce and reconnect their people to their mission and key initiatives. Jonathan has pioneered a movement, inspiring high-functioning teams of people to trust each other, work together, communicate better, and win bigger. TAGS Executive Coaching, Communicator, Leadership, Coaching

Dr. Thomas Mansah

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Thomas O. Mensah (born around 1950) is a Ghanaian-American chemical engineer and inventor, who contributed to the development of fiber optics and nanotechnology. He has 14 patents and was inducted into the US National Academy of Inventors in 2015. In 2017 Dr. Mensah served as Editor-in-Chief of the textbook Nanotechnology Commercialization, published by John Wiley & Sons. US NATIONAL ACADEMY OF INVENTORS, Fellow, NAI * World Renowned Inventor of Fiber Optics Technology, 7 Pioneering patents awarded in six years, a total of 12 patents critical to the spread of Fiber optics networks in the entire USA since 1985 while expanding the global reach of the Internet Technology Platform through ultra High Strength Optical Fibers for submarine cable transmission applications.

Dr. Thomas O. Mensah President & CEO Georgia Aerospace Systems Hug Innovations Corp Massachusetts Institute of Technology

TAGS: science, technology, engineering, math, aerospace industry, innovator

The extraordinary Fiber Optics Network and Global infrastructure platform, both Terrestrial and Submarine, based on his Innovations, provides enormous bandwidth neccessary for a robust and faster Broadband Internet transmission of Pictures, Videos, Movies, Voice and Data Worldwide in Modern times.. • • •

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Novel applications of the Fiber Optics technology in Smart Weapons; Demonstrated Fiber Optics Guided Missile FOG-M at AT&T Bell Laboratories at speeds approaching Mach 1. Recently won Major United States Air Force Contracts for Nanotechnology based weapons Development. (US Department of Defense) Current Interests include Multi-Billion Dollar Infrastructure Capitalization and Development in Emerging Countries for Electric Power Generation, Surface and Air Transportation Projects, Ports Expansion and Security including Border Security Solutions etc. Lightwave Corporation Chairman: Fiber Optics infrastructure Networks Implementation for Broadband, 4G LTE , Internet and Telemedicine applications in Developing countries. Global Leader in Sustainability , Green and Renewable Energy Deployment in Developing Countries. Invited Presentations at Massachusetts Institute of Technology., June 2014 Best Selling Author of 4 Books; International Speaker on Technology, Innovation and American Competitiveness. See, and Fourth Book: Frontiers of Nanotechnology, Manufacturing Processes and Products, in Press by WileyAIChE Publishing NY.(2016 Release)

Forest T. Harper

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President and CEO, INROADS, Inc. Accomplished Senior Healthcare Executive with a consistent track record of sales achievement, product support, and innovative business model development. Led a National Sales force that delivered sustainable commercial performance in excess of $19 Billion. Uniquely qualified in Public Policy Grassroots Advocacy and Civic Engagement, which led to the creation of a 25,000 member Community-Based Organization and External Stakeholder Relations model. A proven Senior Executive in Governance and Leadership for top tier NonProfit Organizations. Memberships include Morgan State University Foundation Board, Executive Leadership Council (ELC) Community Impact Committee, Forbes Non-Profit Council and the Atlanta CEO Non-Profit Roundtable. Specialties: Start-Up Commercial Models Building High Performing Teams Leadership Development Grassroots Civic Engagement NonProfit Board Leadership Healthcare Disparity Strategies Diversity and Inclusion Strategist

Frank X. Walker I have accepted the responsibility of challenging the notion of a homogeneous all-white literary landscape in this region. As a co-founder of the Affrilachian Poets and the creator of the wordAffrilachia, I believe it is my responsibility to say as loudly and often as possible that people and artists of color are part of the past and present of the multi-state Appalachian region extending from northern Mississippi to southern New York. As a writer/observer/truth teller, I choose to focus on social justice issues as well as multiple themes of family, identity and place. I also accept the dual responsibility of existing as a teaching artist and making a commitment to the identification and development of the next generation of young writers and artists. Awards 2004 Winner of the Lillian Smith Book Award 2006 Thomas D. Clark Literary Award for Excellence, Actors Theatre's Keeper of the Chronicle Award 2005 Recipient of a $75,000 Lannan Literary Fellowship in Poetry Kentucky Arts Council Al Smith Fellowship recipient 2013-14 Kentucky Poet Laureate 2014 NAACP Image Award: Outstanding Literary Work in Poetry Poetry About Flight Turn Me Loose: The Unghosting of Medgar Isaac Murphy: I dedicate this ride When Winter Come: the Ascension of York Black Box Buffalo Dance: the Journey of York Affrilachia


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Frank X Walker Poet Poet Laureate Of Kentucky University of Kentucky TAGS: poet, arts, education, writer

Bakari Sellers Bakari Sellers Attorney At Law, Strom Law Firm | CNN Political Commentator Strom Law Firm, L.L.C. University of South Carolina School of Law Columbia, South Carolina

Bakari T. Sellers is an American attorney, political commentator, and politician. He represented South Carolina's 90th district in the lower house of the state legislature from 2006 to 2014, becoming the youngest African American politician in the country at age 22. He vacated his seat in the South Carolina House of Representatives to run for Lieutenant Governor that year. but lost to Henry McMaster. He was succeeded in the House by Justin T. Bamberg. Sellers is also the first vice chairman of the South Carolina Democratic Party.

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Cedric L. Bobo Cedric Bobo Co-founder Project Destined Prior to founding Project Destined, Cedric spent over 20 years as an investor and investment banker including over 10 years at the The Carlyle Group where he committed over $2 Billion of equity capital. In 2015, Cedric was named to the“10 Top Powerful Black People on Wall Street You Should Know.” Prior to Carlyle, he worked at D.L.J. Merchant Banking (London) and McCown De Leeuw. He is the co-founder of Charter Board Partners, a non-profit focused on governance in the charter school sector. He also serves on the District of Columbia’s Office of Public Charter School Financing and Support Credit Committee and the boards of the Washington Nationals Youth Baseball Academy and Beauvoir, and The National Cathedral Elementary School. Cedric received his MBA from Harvard Business School and a BSME, summa cum laude from the University of Tennessee.

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George French

President of Clark Atlanta University

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Cory Anthony Booker is an American politician serving as the junior United States Senator from New Jersey since 2013 and a member of the Democratic Party. The first African-American U.S. Senator from New Jersey, he was previously the 36th Mayor of Newark from 2006 to 2013. Cory Booker is a US Presidential candidate.

Kamala Devi Harris is an American lawyer and politician serving as the junior United States Senator from California since 2017. A member of the Democratic Party, she previously served as the 27th District Attorney of San Francisco from 2004 to 2011 and 32nd Attorney General of California from 2011 until 2017. Kamela Harris is a US Presidential candidate.

Catherine Marie Cortez Masto is an American attorney and politician serving as the senior United States Senator from Nevada, in office since 2017. A member of the Democratic Party, she previously served as the 32nd Attorney General of Nevada.

Johanna Amunjela PHD Scholar (Cancer Research) at University of Aberdeen Cancer Researcher, AACR AMC-led Comms Committee member, EACR Ambassador, STEM Ambassador. My posts are my own views and not neccesarily those of the AACR, EACR or any organisation I serve in.


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Denis Mukwebe

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Founder of Panzi Hospital Dr. Denis Mukwege is a world-renowned gynecological surgeon who is the founder and medical director of Panzi Hospital in Bukavu, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). As a young child, Dr. Mukwege accompanied his father, a Pentecostal pastor, while visiting sick members of the community. This later inspired him to become a doctor. The Swedish Pentecostal mission helped support him in his medical studies. He decided to specialize in gynecology and obstetrics after observing that female patients at Lemera Hospital suffered from insufficient medical care, which caused complications during their deliveries. He founded the hospital in 1999 as a clinic for gynecological and obstetric care and expected to be working on issues of maternal health. Since 1999, however, Dr. Mukwege and his staff have helped to care for more than 50,000 survivors of sexual violence. The hospital not only treats survivors with physical wounds, but also provides legal, and psycho-social services to its patients. Even patients who cannot afford post-rape medical care are treated without charge at Panzi Hospital.

Alberto R. Gonzales

Vision to INSPIRE. Mission to CHANGE.

Alberto R. Gonzales was the 80th United States Attorney General, appointed in February 2005 by President George W. Bush, becoming the highest-ranking Hispanic American in executive government to date. He was the first Hispanic to serve as White House Counsel. Earlier he had been Bush's General Counsel during his governorship of Texas. Gonzales had also served as Secretary of State of Texas and then as a Texas Supreme Court Justice.

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