Andrew Williams Jr has spent the past two years building an international network of CEOs, academics and activists with a shared interest in humanitarianism now through the auspices of Royal Covenant Foundation and The Rosenthall Group
Our mission is to serve Governments, Public and Private Firms, individuals and families in the poorest communities in the world. Drawing strength from our global diversity, resources and experience, we promote innovative solutions and are advocates for global responsibility. We facilitate lasting change by:
Strengthening capacity for self-help
Monetize natural resources for economic development
Developing sovereign wealth programs for African Countries
Private Placement Programs (PPP) with Trading Platforms
Providing economic opportunities
International banking instruments
Delivering relief in emergencies
Influencing policy decisions at all levels
Addressing discrimination in all its forms
Why I want peace:
After having spent the past 400 years building a solid global family – mankind has found that peace is one stone's throw from tolerance !
Ladies and gentlemen , Presidents , Royalty and Organizations – Royal Covenant Foundation, Global Business Incubation, Inc. (GBI), AJ The Gombey, Rosen Antonov & our Associates worldwide welcome you into the hearts and households of Africa, Mother of Civilization !
Royal Covenant Foundation and its allies bring a culture that hopes to achieve a genuine level of unity and tolerance through the RECONCILIATION OF OUR FAMILY WHEREVER THEY MAY BE IN THE WORLD!
Interests and activities:
Andrew Williams Jr. lives a life dedicated to impacting the global community for social justice. Best known for his heart for philanthropy, and wide network of global projects, Andrew brings out of the box solutions that engage partnerships to deliver strong business outcomes.
For over a decade, Andrew has helped the non-profit and private sector reach tangible business goals, that offers long-term change.
Recognized and awarded achievements from ambassador to international liaison around the world, Andrew continues to pursue his vision of making a difference both domestically and internationally through social justice.
At this stage in my life, as an only child, with my parents long-deceased, being divorced in my hometown of Macon, Georgia to move to Los Angeles in 1980, I'm committed to spending the rest of my energy to achieve, enjoy, and share the best of what life offers for myself and the people around the world I feel compelled to meet and treat as the only family I may ever have. . . . Welcome!
Andrew Williams, Jr. is a mature, intelligent, and personable professional, possessing both high-tech and people skills. Having owned and operated a personal computer since 1987, Andrew Williams credits his love of reading; continual self-motivated independent career and educational research; the ability to articulately communicate in oral and written English; and an indefatigable determination to confidentially and competently perform detail-oriented, time-sensitive, mission-critical, and multi-task functions as key strengths.
These assets helped him to achieve honor roll status throughout elementary and high school, selection as President of BETA, Class President of the Student Council, election as the Executive Vice President of the Complex Council (5,000 students), and culminated in his graduating Summa Cum Laude (3.65 GPA, 1040 SAT), and representing the Class of 1975 as Second Speaker during Graduation ceremonies. His curricula included Latin I & II, French I, Spanish I, World History, Psychology, Public Speaking and Advanced English.
In the career field, Andrew has applied transferable communications skills, as a team player, to all phases of clerical, administrative, marketing, and management activities, in 25 years of work force experience, including 10 years in management and consultative capacities and 15 years as an executive assistant in the legal and finance industries. During that period, Mr. Williams has also accumulated over 15 years in the property management field. In the journalistic industry, Andrew has worked as editor, writer, proofreader, and reporter for private and community newsletters, newspapers, magazines since 1973.
@Ventura/LA County area this wknnd? Check out this informative and healing event! I've been a volunteer with Salaam Shalom Educational Foundation 2yrs &its bringing education to what's going on in the Holy Land. : ) FindOutWhatWeDo&HowWeBringPeace2TheHolyLand&2 SoCalAlso!Sun,April10@ 4to5:30@WestlakeVillageComntyRm (WLVCityHall &Library between Reyes Adobe&Lindero Canyon,Agoura Rd.31200 Oak Crest Drive,WLV,CA91361
Hello there! I am also in the LA area. Please join my group, Salaam Shalom Educational Foundation. We are based in Agoura, CA. I have been a volunteer intern with this organization for a year and a half now. Its bringing peace education to Arab kids in Israel and the West Bank for the first time. I would love to be in contact with you.
Well I must say we have a unique relationship. You and me and the World needing constant attention. While we do agree that what the World needs is more love it gets very hard to figure out what love they need as opposed to what love the want. Sex for instance is not the love to use for all occasions. When a little girl wants love from her father, brother, uncle, or teacher it is usually the unconditional love she seeks. Being a woman I do not have as much urge from testosterone as do men. I do wish some genius would come up with an antidote to testosterone so we could put it in a soft drink fro those who seem incapable of controlling their personal supply. After all we can hardly get rid of it without possible elimination of future generations.
I will always love you. Deborah
The symbol of peace falls in the land of peace
Will we give them the chance to bring down the symbol of peace in the land of peace?
Many people know this is a plot of land full of olive trees.
And many Israeli and Palestinian families make a living from these trees
Especially that so many Palestinian families do not have another source of living,
except these olive trees
Days before the start of the harvest, especially in the West Bank,
What happened was expected, the start was of some settlers groups fighting Palestinian families
and preventing them to enter to the olive harvest,
Then the settlers started shooting the Palestinians, and set fire in the trees
Finally, with the help of European, American, Israeli, and other people from all over the world,
Some Palestinian families succeeded to collect their olives.
So, I am the address to thank all those who helped these families and brought them happiness,
And say to the settlers: We will not let you bring down the symbol of peace
For the olive trees are the symbol of peace in the land of peace
A True Story By Faisal Al-Hatib
I am a Palestinian Arab from Hizmeh, a village between Jerusalem and Ramallah. When I was 15 years old I fought against the Israeli Occupation in search of freedom. At that time I thought every Jewish person, whether soldier or citizen, man or woman, young or old, should be killed. I rejected the right for any Jew to live and every Jew was a target. I was just a kid, believe me, and I didn’t understand anything about politics or the Arab-Israeli conflict. I was arrested and sat in jail for 12 years. This was during the first intifada from 1987. At that time nobody talked about peace but only of violence. I matured during my time in jail. I started studying and reading books on politics, literature, poetry, and about the Madrid Conference.
It gave me hope to live in peace and dignity. I learned that violence only breeds violence and that peace is the only solution for the two nations, the only way for both to have a respectful and beautiful future. We live on the same land. We are neighbors. We drink the same water and both pray to a monotheistic God. We must live in peace on the basis of religion for God and land for everyone.