Joseph T. Jones, Founder/President/ CEO, Center for Urban Families. Jones founded the center in 1999 in order to help provide parenting and workforce development services to low-income fathers.
Kenneth Braswell, Executive Director, Fathers Incorporated. At Fathers Inc, Braswell focuses on the need to reaffirm the benefit of fathers within the family service paradigm.
Phillip Jackson, Executive Director, The Black Star Project. Jackson is a national leader advocating for community involvement in education and the importance of parental development to ensure that children are properly educated.
Kobie Brown, Filmaker, "From Fatherless to Fatherhood." Brown has created a documentary that explores the challenges and effects of father absence, while revealing men who are playing an active role in improving the lives of their children in order to strengthen their communities.
Khary Lazarre-White, Esq., Executive Director and Co-founder, The Brotherhood/Sister Sol. White has a passion to keep young Black students in school and help them to graduation. The organization focuses on issues such as leadership development and educational achievement, sexual responsibility