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SFCC Atlanta’s Alan J. Inman, appointed new Global Peace Foundation – USA President

by on February 26, 2013

Alan PixThe 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.

He has been a candidate for the New York State Assembly and a Presidential appointee to the White House Domestic Advisory Council.

In a statement, GPF President James Flynn said Mr. Inman brings a record of commitment to American families and communities that will significantly advance GPF-USA’s mission to foster a culture of peace.

“Alan is not only passionate about the welfare of our communities, but also a person of vision and boundless optimism. American families today face difficult social and economic stresses, and Mr. Inman will be an eloquent and effective advocate as GPF-USA’s new President.”

Mr. Inman most recently assisted in the development, strategic planning, and coordination of Strengthening Families and Communities Coalitions (SFCC) in Atlanta, New York, Denver, Philadelphia, and Washington, DC. GPF-USA is a convening partner of SFCC.

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  1. Congratulations! Love & Lotus.

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