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The Bob Woodson Show
Bernice Sanders Smoot
Since 1998, under the banner of Saint Wall Street, Bernice Sanders Smoot has provided nonprofit development training and support for thousands of grassroots programs across America. For programs economically challenged today, she offers Program Return on Investment (PROI) training, the new, proven, grassroots-friendly way to help programs grow beyond single-source grants dependency to diversified income and self-sustainability. Ms. Smoot’s group trainings and speaker presentations have bee .....more»

Saint Wall Street Website

2010-03-30: The Deeper Impact of Reducing Youth Violence

Billy Stanfield
Billy Stanfield is founder and executive director of New Vision Youth Services, Inc., which is in partnership with The Center for Neighborhood Enterprise's Violence Free Zone Initiative. Mr. Stanfield was born February 2, 1969, to Billy and Ann Stanfield, Sr. in Baltimore City, Maryland. He was raised in middle-class, home-attended Cardinal Gibbons High School, where he was an all-American high schoool basketball player. He received a scholarship to attend Hagerstown Junior College for two yea .....more»

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2010-03-23: Two Veterans Talk About How to Reduce Youth Crime and Violence

Bishop Shirley Holloway
Bishop Dr. Shirley Holloway is a native of the State of New York. As a young child, Bishop Holloway spent years in the church, being taught the Word of God. At the age of fourteen, she asked Christ to come into her life as her personal Savior. It was at that time that Bishop Holloway was saved and filled with the Spirit of God. When she was seventeen, Bishop Holloway preached her first public message, and from that day on has been serving the Lord. She and her family settled in the suburbs of Ma .....more»

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2009-12-08: Part I: The Path To Redemption—How to Reduce Violence and Redeem Lives

Jeff Kemp
Jeff Kemp is a highly sought-after speaker, giving keynotes on a variety of topics including leadership, motivation, and marriage and family issues. Since 1993, Jeff has been the President of Stronger Families (formerly Families Northwest). In this role, he is dedicated to strengthening families and society at-large. Jeff is a graduate of Darmouth College and holds a MBA from Pepperdine University. He played as a quarterback in the NFL for 11 years with the Los Angeles Rams, San Francisco 49 .....more»

Stronger Families Website

2010-04-27: The Importance of Family Formation in Reducing Poverty

John McKnight
For nearly three decades, John McKnight has conducted research on social service delivery systems, health policy, community organizations, neighborhood policy, and institutional racism. He currently directs research projects focused on asset-based neighborhood development and methods of community building by incorporating marginalized people. McKnight has been associated with many of the Institute's major research projects since he joined the organization in 1969. These have included research on .....more»

ABCD Website

2010-03-09: The Tyranny of the Helping Hand

Matthew Spaulding
Matthew Spalding connects the principles of America's founding with today's thorniest issues as Director of the B. Kenneth Simon Center for American Studies at The Heritage Foundation. Spalding, a constitutional scholar and authority on American political thought and religious liberty, also serves as project leader of Heritage's First Principles initiative. The Center for American Studies sponsors lectures, organizes seminars, crafts publications and supports the work of scholars. Its mission is .....more»

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2010-03-16: Rediscovering Our Principles and Reclaiming Our Future

William Andrekopoulos
Superintendent William G. Andrekopoulos has been the superintendent of Milwaukee Public Schools since August 2002. During his 27 years as an educator, Mr. Andrekopoulos has worked at the high school and middle school levels, and has taught both exceptional education and regular education students. Prior to August 2002, he served as principal of Fritsche Middle School in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, for 14 years. As principal, his vision for continuous improvement enabled the school to move forward in t .....more»

2009-10-27: Youth Violence: What is the Solution?

William Schambra
William A. Schambra is the director of the Hudson Institute's Bradley Center for Philanthropy and Civic Renewal. Prior to joining the Hudson Institute in January of 2003, Schambra was director of programs at the Bradley Foundation in Milwaukee. Before joining Bradley in 1992, Schambra served as a senior advisor and chief speechwriter for Attorney General Edwin Meese III, Director of the Office of Personnel Management Constance Horner, and Secretary of Health and Human Services Louis Sullivan. He .....more»

The Hudson Institute's Bradley Center for Philanthropy and Civic Renewal.

2010-03-09: The Tyranny of the Helping Hand

William Wubbenhorst
William Wubbenhorst serves as a project manager for the Faith Service Forum and is the lead subject matter expert within Macro International, Inc. in the area of faith-based and community initiatives and the establishment of faith-based and community organizations' partnerships at the local, state and federal level. Mr. Wubbenhorst is currently working on behalf of the US Department of Labor (DOL) and the Corporation for National and Community Service's Americorps*VISTA program on projects relat .....more»

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2010-03-30: The Deeper Impact of Reducing Youth Violence