"America's Psychologist" Dr. Jeff Gardere is the mental health expert at shows such as Good Morning America, The Today Show, and VH1's Dad Camp.
ATLANTA (20:08:19)– Fathers added is proud to announce Dr. Jeff GardereThe affectionate speaker, affectionately known as "America's psychologist," will serve as keynote speaker at the awards ceremony and the 15th Anniversary Gala. The event will be held at the Historic Friendship Baptist Church in Atlanta.LoverWestside Community on October 22, 2019 at 7:00 pm This event will celebrate the achievements of philanthropists and community leaders committed to working with fathers and their families. Tickets cost $ 100. Table and event sponsors can submit sponsorships at https://fiblueprint.eventbrite.com.
This year's theme The Blueprint: Reimaging the
Narration of the modern father is about bringing the broader society to it
Think differently about fathers. Dr. Jeff, who serves on the board of fathers
Incorporated has been at the forefront of this changing narrative for years.
With his regular appearances on "Good Morning America", CNN, MSNBC, FOX
Business, "The Today Show" and host of VH1's "Dad Camp"
When it comes to clinical psychology and American analysis, the media turns to him
Dr. Jeff is the author of several books, including the
controversial Love Recipe: End the war between black men and women,
He is also co-author of Practical parenting with Montel Williams.
the Emmy-winning talk show host. Dr. Jeff's first book, Clever
Parenting for African Americans: Help your children succeed in a difficult world
was considered "necessary for the education of African American children in
Today's Society "(Black Issues Book Review).
Dr. Jeff states: "We have one way too long
false narration of black fathers as dead fathers. The reality is that a
Much larger majority of affectionate and worried black fathers are full in theirs
the lives of children and make positive contributions day by day. "He
continues: "I am glad that we can finally recognize the unbelievable
Achievements of the black fathers and all fathers! "
CEO of FI, Kenneth Braswell wants to challenge
The current narrative is about fathers. "Today more than ever the company
fight with what it wants to see with fathers. Studies show that more than 97% of
Fathers consider the day their child was born to be one of the best of their day
lives. He continues: "Society needs to better support fathers
their desire to be responsible fathers, which also means being good providers,
give social-emotional support and receive direct services as a structure
the families and the definition of paternity continue to evolve. "
FI has had the support of countless significant ones
Partner over the years with nonprofit organizations such as The United Way of Greater
Atlanta, Annie E. Casey Foundation, Walton Family Foundation, Literacy for All,
University for Parents, The Blank Foundation, Delta Community Credit Union and
Many others help in the implementation of professional development, life skills and
direct service contributions.
Learn more about Fathers Incorporated and theirs
Corporate responsibility initiatives or to learn more about the gala
Sponsorship opportunities can be found at www.fathersincorporated.com.
Interviews should be with Tamika Morrison, Director of Communications at
770-804-9800 or by e-mail at [email protected]
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