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Dr. Ronald V. Duncan is a published author, contributor to newsletters and magazines, and a motivational speaker. He’s the Executive Director of the Global Wesleyan Alliance, an alliance of thirteen denominations representing 12,562 churches in America, a role he’s held since 2014. He also founded PERFORM, a consulting firm focused on thinking significance and success.

 

Originally from Kingsport, Tennessee, Duncan graduated from Anderson University in Indiana. He then earned a Master of Divinity degree from Ashland Theological Seminary, as well as Master of Religious Education and Doctor of Ministry degrees from Christian Theological Seminary. He received the Doctor of Divinity from Anderson University in 2007.

 

Over the years, Duncan served in numerous pastoral staffs in Indiana, Ohio and Texas. He also held various state and national roles serving the church-at-large, including general director of Church of God Ministries from 2002 through 2013. His service extended into the US Armed Forces when he became a chaplain in the Indiana National Guard in 1981. Duncan served as division chaplain for the Seventy-fifth Division and the One Hundredth Division of the U.S. Army Reserve, before retiring in April 2006 at the rank of Colonel. During his time in the military, he earned numerous awards including two Legion of Merits.

 

He is married to Martha since March of 1966.  They have three children and nine grandchildren.  He has been a member of Rotary since 2002.

 
Ron Duncan
Oct 27, 2017
 
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Terri Stuart - Post-Hurricane Harvey Fort Bend Recovers efforts

 

Terri Stuart is the Area Manager for the United Way Fort Bend Service Center, where she serves as the community liaison for the United Way of Greater Houston in Fort Bend County. Her focus is on developing relationships with collaborating partners and agencies to increase awareness and promote United Way’s mission in action in the Fort Bend community.

 

Following the disastrous impacts from Hurricane Harvey across Fort Bend County, the United Way Fort Bend was called on to help mobilize area non-profit agencies, churches and various other organizations to assist families in need. These efforts culminated in the formation of Fort Bend Recovers, the official Long Term Recovery Group for Fort Bend County as recognized by the State of Texas. Through her work with Fort Bend Recovers, she is assisting local organizations with collaborating and coordinating services in order to help guide mid- and long-term efforts to recover and rebuild. Terri also provides assistance to local residents in navigating the complex system of disaster recovery by leveraging relationships with key contacts at local, state and federal agencies which is a critical aspect of her liaison efforts.

 

Terri earned her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Houston. She has extensive experience in marketing and communications, fundraising, program development and finance with organizations such as the Catholic Charities, YMCA of Greater Houston, American Red Cross, Lupus Foundation, George Ranch Historical Park and Brazos Bend Financial Services. She and her husband Jess Stuart are both long time members and leaders in the Richmond Rotary Club.

 
Terri Stuart, United Way of Greater Houston
Nov 03, 2017
 
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Veteran’s Breakfast
Nov 10, 2017
 
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Fall Club Assembly
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As a parent of an all-American family, living in an upscale suburban community with top ranking schools, human trafficking was a threat never considered. The first-hand experience broke all stereotypes and misconceptions about the reality of this very real criminal enterprise.

 

Ms. Litvak's personal mission statement "is to empower youth with the life skills needed to break the generational cycle of self-destruction". This passion, combined with the knowledge of an epidemic sweeping silently and strategically across our "safe" communities has ignited a fierce call to action to force change from suburbia to Capitol Hill.  Ms. Litvak brings a decade of experience in the founding, management and successful growth of a non-profit organization focused on youth.

 

Previously, Ms. Litvak, author of the popular Christian-based book, Tools 4 Teens (2007) developed the book into an 8-week curriculum which launched successfully through HISD in 2008.  From there the program evolved into a mentor-driven Tools 4 Teens Re-entry Program serving incarcerated male offenders. The success and impact of this program, measured by Harris County Juvenile Probation Department, reported a sharp drop in recidivism among Tools 4 Teens graduates.

 

Ms. Litvak received her Bachelor of Science degree from Ohio University in 1988, which included studies in Organizational Communications and Psychology. A college internship with a home for victims of domestic violence first sparked her interest in making a difference within the at-risk youth population.

Kelly Litvak
Dec 08, 2017
 
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Ammie Blahuta, Director of Special Programs, is responsible for leading the George Foundation’s special programs including Youth in Philanthropy (YIP), Excellence for Nonprofit Leadership and the Foundation’s scholarship programs.  Youth in Philanthropy serves to shape the leaders of tomorrow by energizing students to serve their community.  The YIP program brings together juniors and seniors from all areas of Fort Bend County to experience volunteer opportunities with nonprofits who serve Fort Bend County.  

 

Ammie also support the mission by strengthening the Foundation’s relationships with nonprofits and other community stakeholders through collaboration and community engagement.

 

Ammie is a Fort Bend County native and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Consumer and Family Science from Purdue University.   Upon graduation, Ammie served in a variety of marketing and management roles with Sysco Food Services and Strake Jesuit College Preparatory. In 2009 Ammie joining Hudson Building Systems as the company’s Business Development Manager.

 

Ammie is the co-founder of Gigi’s Playhouse Sugar Land, a nonprofit organization with the mission to empower individuals with Down syndrome to reach their highest potential.   Gigi’s offers thirty direct educational and therapeutic programs to individuals with Down syndrome, their families and the Fort Bend community in an inviting and uplifting environment – all free of charge.  Ammie lives in Sugar Land with her husband Keith and their two children, Keaton and Sadie.

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Jan 05, 2018
 
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