Global Oved Dei Seminary & University
Global Oved Dei Seminary & University (GODSU) dba Global Bible Institute dba GODSU is a web-based INTERFAITH learning institution. GODSU is divided into a University which includes Leaders from the Jewish, Muslim, Hindu, Buddist, Christian, Baha’i and Sikh Communities. Our CHRISTIAN SEMINARY where students are offered earned degrees from the Bachelors to Doctoral level is operated by Global Bible Institute www.globalbibleinstitute.org. If you sense the call of God on your life, desire formal training to equip yourself for ministry, need to study how to successfully conduct a Non-Profit Business or sharpen your Entrepreneurial skills you have found the right University for your needs. Here are three reasons why you should put GODSU on your short list of schools to consider:
1- GODSU is mission oriented: Our students are prepared to start or revitalize a new Ministry or Not-for-Profit Business.
2- GODSU is committed to web Education: We are one of the few Seminary & Universities where you will be trained in web based ministry as well as Not-for-profit and Entrepreneurial Studies. Education in the 21st century requires that we leverage all the tools available to us today. We are committed to claiming the web as our Global classroom.
3- GODSU acknowledges the central role of God’s Spirit: We have assembled a highly qualified faculty to guide you in your studies.
The 10 characteristics of Global Oved Dei Seminary & University (GODSU)
2. Non – discriminatory
Global Oved Dei Seminary & University (GODSU) is devoted to deepening the Spiritual, Not-for-Profit and Entrepreneurial training of its students through intense scriptural and historical studies.
We make a two-fold commitment to our student body. The first commitment is to develop Godly leadership in ministry through intensive programs which are the equivalent of the best seminary programs available. The second is to develop our Not-for-Profit business and entrepreneurship studies as well as offer training applicable to the management and growth of non-religious and religious institutions.
GODSU’s aim is to foster universal unity between human beings seeking spiritual and utilitarian education from all ethnic and cultural backgrounds using our educational global delivery systems to reach every continent. As such we have representatives on our Board of Governors with ties covering all regions of the World….USA, Africa, Middle East, Asia, Caribbean, South America and UK.
We believe that having a true understanding of others with varied backgrounds can only be birthed by creating a non-conflicting environment of learning with a mixture of people from different nationalities, races, religions, faiths, and cultures. GODS University is such a forum. Our students, whether Jewish, Atheist, Christian, Muslim, Baha’i, Agnostic, Buddhist, Sikh or Hindu can learn together in a non-discriminatory environment how to plan, execute, grow, nurture and reproduce their Not-for-Profit institutions, businesses and contribute to Godly work worldwide.
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Biographies of Speakers and Special Invited Guests for GODSU’s Family /Men’s Conference in Miramar, FL on March 15 -18, 2018:
Dr. Eric Pesetsky, MD, Physician, GODSU’s Chief Medical Officer, TOPIC: “MENS HEALTH General and Sexual Health Information
Eric J. Pesetsky was born at North Shore Hospital on April 23rd 1962 to Walter Pesetsky, a law student and Cynthia Pesetsky, a teaching student at University of Miami. He grew up with a politically active father and a mother who was an elementary school teacher who then trained in Interior Design and Computer Science. He attended Ojus Elementary School, JFK Junior High school and Graduated with Honors at North Miami Beach Senior High school. He attended Reed College in Portland, Oregon and graduated with a Bachelors in arts as a Psychology Major. He was president of the student body and a Senior Reactor Operator on Reed’s TRIGA mark 1 research nuclear reactor. He then attended Medical School at the University of Florida in Gainesville. He went on to an Internal Medicine residency at Good Samaritan Medical Center and the Phoenix VAMC in Phoenix, Arizona. He then completed a fellowship in running Migrant and Community health centers at SeaMar Community Health Center in Seattle, WA. and then served as the Medical Director of Ft. Pierce community health center.
He was then made Physician in charge of CAC/United’s North Miami Beach center for two years before joining AvMed Medicare as its youngest Medical Director. He worked there for 4 years, with a 18month sabbatical where he sailed the Caribbean on his floating home, a 43ft Wauquiez ketch, King’s Ransome, his first non-educational loan. He then went on to run Coventry of Louisiana, People’s Health Network of Louisiana, the state’s largest Medicare HMO, and Evercare of Florida, a division of United Health Care. He worked as a Hospice specialist and was then board certified in Internal Medicine and Hospice and Palliative care.
He has a strong interest in prevention to preserve quality of life and has been a student of Functional Medicine, or treating disease with improved nutrition and lifestyle at the University of Miami’s training program and advises them on managed care and end of life care.
He has also been interested in end of life care and has worked in several hospices and as a palliative care specialist to reduce symptoms in those with serious illness.
He loves sailing and has completed 4 ironman triathlons and is a Divorced father of this speaker. He is happy to speak to you now on avoiding the most common illnesses that affect African American males.
Imam Dr. Talib M. Shareef, USAF-Retired, The Nation’s Mosque, Masjid Muhammad, an Alumnus of GODSU; TOPIC: “Interfaith Solutions to solve Community Problems”
Imam Dr. Talib Shareef President and Imam of the historic, Nation’s Mosque, Masjid Muhammad (in the nation’s capital since mid 1930s). A retired 30 year, CMSgt, USAF, holds an MBA from AIU, a Diploma from the Imam Muhammad ibn Saud Islamic University, and is a graduate of DLIFLC in Arabic and Middle East studies. Served as Imam in 5 U.S. cities, as Islamic Faith Group Leader at 7 military locations around the world. As part of the Global Peace Leadership Conference in Nigeria, signed the Abuja Peace Declaration initiated and organized by the International Global Peace Foundation and the Institute for Peace and Conflict Resolution. He has spoken at the U.S Congress and the Washington National Cathedral; on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in commemoration of Dr. King; in Italy, South Africa, South America, Korea and Nigeria; and is a Senior Islamic Leader and Board member of the Interfaith Conference. He has received the Kingdom of Morocco’s highest Royal Medal for his outstanding interfaith leadership and He has been honored by President Obama at the White House in recognition of his service.
Rev. Dr. JAMES N. WILKERSON, JR., LIEUTENANT COMMANDER, USN (RETIRED), a GODSU Aumnus TOPIC: “WEALTH BUILDING using Financial Services
James N. Wilkerson was born in Moss Point, Mississippi where he attended public schools culminating with his graduation from Moss Point High School in 1979. He attended Florida A&M University in Tallahassee, FL and graduated in 1984 with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting. He also holds a Master of Science in Business Administration from Chaminade University, Honolulu, HI (1993). He successfully completed the Certified Financial Planners Curriculum at the University of South Florida (2002) and is one of 70,000 to have passed the arduous two-day Financial Planners Certification Exam and can use the CFP® designation.
Minister Wilkerson is a retired Navy Lieutenant Commander with experience in a number of different areas. He has was designated a P-3 “ORION” Patrol Plane Mission Commander, Instructor Tactical Coordinator and Navigator. He has accumulated over 2900 total flight hours and over 1000 as a Mission Commander during his time flying the P-3 Orion. In 1995 Minister Wilkerson was selected to attend the United States Army Command and General Staff College in Leavenworth, KS and graduated in 1996. Other assignment included the Armed Forces Staff College, U.S. Special Operations Command as a Deliberate Planner, U.S. Forces Korea as the Command Operations Center Watch Officer and Emergency Operations Center Watch Officer, U.S. Central Command as a Command Center Watch Officer and Joint Intelligence Operations Center Executive Officer. Minister Wilkerson also holds the Joint Specialty Officer designation. His personal awards include three Meritorious Service Medals, Navy Commendation Medal, and the Navy Achievement Medal.
Minister Wilkerson is currently an Investment Advisor Representative with Transamerica Financial Advisors, Inc. He brings professional money management services that were once only available to the wealthy to everyday middle-income individuals and families so they too can have more options in planning their financial futures. Minister Wilkerson can help a client determine the state of his/her current financial affairs, help set financial goals, identify appropriate money manager solutions based on the client’s goals, and monitor and adjust the client’s strategy as the client’s needs change. He can help clients manage mutual funds, variable annuity and variable life contracts, exchange traded funds, and individual stocks and bonds through separately managed accounts. His area of expertise is Tax-Free retirement strategies, and he provides complimentary services in the form one on one meetings, seminars and forums.
A licensed minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ at El Bethel UPCI he has served in a number of positions during his 16 years as a minister including Trustee, Budget Director, Men’s Ministry, Sunday School Teacher, and Transportation Director. Minister Wilkerson is married to the former Minister Valerie C. Smith of Tallahassee, FL and they are blessed with two wonderful children both who work with him in his financial services business; James III (23), and Lauren Ashley (21) a senior at the University of South Florida (USF). They make their home in Brandon where he has operated his own business in financial services since retiring from active military service.
Mr. LaRick Calhoun, a Strong GODSU Supporter. TOPIC: “BRANDING & MARKETING 2.0”
LaRick Calhoun has been an entrepreneur since he was 11 years old, when he started cutting hair for people in his neighborhood. His mother was a hair stylist and for $5, Calhoun would create his own styles.
“That’s where it all began,” he says. Then, years later as a real estate loan officer, Calhoun realized he could teach others the skills they need to be successful in business and created 2Excel Group.
“I noticed that at 100 percent commission, we really didn’t have any resources in training and development,” Calhoun recalls. “So I built 2Excel Group to provide resources to independent real estate professionals. Then I expanded it to all kinds of entrepreneurs. They really liked our meetings, and they didn’t want to miss any of our events.”
Officially launched in 2005, 2Excel Group is a marketing and consulting company that offers regular seminars on starting and growing a business. The company picked up speed in 2009 and now has four core people on staff, a business center in Garfield Heights, and plans to open satellite centers in East Cleveland and Warrensville Heights, as well as hire event and meeting planners. The business center is part incubator, part workspace, part inspirational and motivational center.
Calhoun plans to focus on young entrepreneur in 2012 with the Young Entrepreneur Professional Network. “We will have out-of-the-box activities for small businesses and entrepreneurs who want to be part of something fresh,” he says. “We will be an aggressive, different network. We have to prepare tomorrow’s leaders; we have to talk to them at a young age to motivate them
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FEATURING: 19th GHANAIAN AMBASSADOR TO THE USA HIS EXCELLENCY DR BARFUOR ADJEI-BARWUAH
The new ambassador to the United States from Ghana, Barfuor Adjei-Barwuah, who previously served as Ghana’s Ambassador to Japan, Australia, and three other countries, presented his credentials to President Donald Trump on July 21, 2017, succeeding Joseph Henry Smith, who represented Ghana in Washington since September 2014.
Born December 15, 1942, in Kumasi, Ghana (then a British colony), Barfuor Adjei-Barwuah graduated Prempeh College in 1962. He went on to earn a B.A. in Geography at the University of Ghana – Legon in 1965, an M.S. in Geography at the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee in 1968, and a PhD in Geography at Indiana University in 1972, with a dissertation entitled, “Socio-economic regions in the Louisville ghetto.” He also co-authored “Some comparative aspects of the West African Zongo and the Black American Ghetto.”
Upon his return to Ghana, Adjei-Barwuah became a lecturer and research fellow at the University of Ghana, while also working as a part-time television host with the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation from 1972 to 1975.
In 1975, Adjei-Barwuah was named executive director of the Ghana Tourist Board, which is located in Ghana’s capital and largest city, Accra. He stayed there for eight years, until 1983.
Sometime after 1983, Adjei-Barwuah left Ghana and went to live in the United Kingdom. He worked as a community liaison officer in Kent, England, from 1987 to 1988. He also earned a certificate in counselling from the Center for Advancement in Counselling in London in 1989.
Adjei-Barwuah worked in the field of adult education, first as a senior lecturer at Bexley College in London from 1988 to 1991, and as head of faculty access and development at Hackney Community College from 1991 to 1993. From 1993 to 2001, he was lead adviser at the Learning and Skills Development Agency, a publicly-funded organization that supported continuing education in England.
A member of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), which is Ghana’s center-right party, Adjei-Barwuah returned to Ghana in 2001, not long after his party’s candidate for the presidency, John Kufuor, won the December 2000 presidential election. Kufuor soon appointed Adjei-Barwuah to a plum diplomatic post—ambassador to Japan, with concurrent accreditation to Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, and Singapore. Adjei-Barwuah served seven years in the post, leaving temporarily in September 2007 in order to run for President of Ghana, and left permanently before Ghana’s 2008 presidential election, which the NPP lost.
With his party out of power once more, Adjei-Barwuah was out of work and in hot water, accused in October 2009 of misappropriating funds donated by a Japanese chocolate manufacturer. Adjei-Barwuah denied the allegations and suffered no legal consequences, despite the fact that the opposing party was in power.
Returning to the U.K. in 2013, Adjei-Barwuah worked as co-chair of Charles Chanan, Ltd., an executive search firm in London, from 2013 to late 2016.
Barfuor Adjei-Barwuah and his wife, Dinah Barfuor-Barwuah, have four children.
FEATURING : President of The Nigerian Senate Dr. Olubukola Abubakar Saraki, popularly Bukola Saraki
Olubukola Abubakar Saraki, popularly Bukola Saraki was born on December 19, 1962 to Olusola Saraki and Florence Morenike Saraki. His father, Olusola Saraki was once Senator of the Federal republic of Nigeria and a one- time senate leader. He is a senator of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, and an ExGovernor. He is an indigene of Kwara State. He is married to Toyin (née Ojora) Saraki. They are blessed with four children. He attended King’s College, Lagos, from 1973 to 1978, and Cheltenham College, Cheltenham, London from 1979 to 1981 for his High School Certificate. He then proceeded to the London Hospital Medical College of the University of London from 1982 to 1987, when he obtained his M.B.B.S (London). He worked as a Medical Officer at Rush Green Hospital, Essex, from 1988 to 1989.He was a Director of Societe Generale Bank (Nig) Ltd from 1990 to 2000. He is a member of the All Progressives Congress (APC); haven previously defected from the People’s Democratic Party (PDP). In 2000, President Olusegun Obasanjo appointed Saraki as Special Assistant to the President on Budget. During his tenure as Special Assistant to President on Budget, Saraki initiated the Fiscal Responsibility Bill. Saraki also served on the Economic Policy Coordination Committee, where he was responsible for the formulation and implementation of several key economic policies for Nigeria. In 2003, he ran for the office of the Executive Governor of Kwara State on the platform of the People ’s Democratic Party (PDP) and won. He was re-elected for a second term in office in the 2007 elections. As Governor of Kwara State, he led reforms in Agriculture, Health, Education, Finance and Environment Policy. One of his major achievements was partnering with displaced white farmers from Zimbabwe and inviting them to Kwara State and offering them an opportunity to farm. This led to the establishment of Shonga Farms programme, which is now being replicated across Nigeria. It is worthy to note that His charisma among his fellow Governors got him appointed as Chairman of the Nigeria Governors Forum. Under Bukola Saraki’s term as a Governor, Kwara became the first state to complete the Nigeria Independent Power Project. In collaboration with the Power Holding Company of Nigeria, Dr Saraki reenergised the Ganmo Power Station at Ilorin, and connected over 375 rural communities to the National Grid, through the development and installation of 725 transformers and 7 substations. Kwara also completed 4 electrification projects that meant power became stabilised for 18 – 22 hours a day. It then made it possible for 90% of people living in Kwara to have access to electricity. Biography of Dr. Olubukola Abubakar Saraki, The Senate President of Nigeria 5th May, 2016 source: www.nigerianbiography.com Page | 2 While in office, Bukola Saraki also left his mark on the health section in Kwara State, he introduced a range of new health programmes, including a statewide campaign in 2008 to reduce maternal and child mortality with regard to Malaria. This included the distribution of insecticide-treated nets and free malaria drugs to pregnant mothers and to children under the age of five. A statewide programme of hospital development was also implemented, leading to the redevelopment of hospitals in Afon, Patigi and Lafiagi. Other measures implemented by Bukola Saraki included improved training and re-training for medical staff; refurbishment of hospitals and staff living quarters; and employment of qualified medical doctors and other health workers. Many of the primary care programmes were sponsored by international agencies such as WHO and UNICEF. Bukola Saraki’s major landmark achievement was in Agriculture. He introduced a range of reforms to agricultural policy to increase the commercial viability of farming, and to increase exports to international markets. The New Nigerian Farmers Initiative was designed to improve the technical capability of farmers and to ensure farmers had a significant financial stake in new investment in agriculture. The scheme utilised the under-used resource of agricultural expertise in the Zimbabwean farming industry, and worked with the Zimbabwe Commercial Farmers’ Union to identify highskilled farmers able to support the State’s farming industry to move to Kwara and develop the industry. A commercial hub was also developed to build capacity support training of the indigenous farming community. Dr. Saraki led a number of significant and statewide infrastructure developments, including improvements at the Ilorin International Airport Cargo Terminal; extensive road construction; and the development of new sporting facilities such as Kwara Football Academy. The State also has an ongoing aim to become a logistics and cargo hub in Nigeria and the region. Dr. Saraki became Chairman of the Nigeria Governors Forum in 2007. Under Saraki’s Chairmanship, a reformed Forum was established, with a fully resourced secretariat, with a technical and administrative division that was entirely focused on delivery. Under Dr Saraki’s Chairmanship, a range of new processes, including the State Peer Review Mechanism, were also developed, to ensure that closer working and collaboration could take place between members of the Forum, and best practice shared between states. The Mechanisms allowed a range of best practice case studies to be shared between states in a number of different policy fields, including in relation to power project; primary healthcare centres that were being built in villages and other rural locations; extensive roadworks that were taking place in rural areas; water schemes; solar schemes and the construction of specialist hospitals and state universities. Projects such as these had previously remained undisclosed until the Mechanism was established. One of the most widely recognised achievements of the Nigeria Governors’ Forum was its intervention over the problematic assumption of power by then Vice-President Goodluck Jonathan, following the illness and subsequent death of President Umaru Musa Yar’Adua. On 23 November 2009, President Yar’ Adua left Nigeria and travelled to Saudi Arabia, where he was installed in the King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Centre in Jeddah for the treatment of what was reported to be acute Biography of Dr. Olubukola Abubakar Saraki, The Senate President of Nigeria 5th May, 2016 source: www.nigerianbiography.com Page | 3 pericarditis. He was not seen in public again and his absence created a dangerous power vacuum in Nigeria. The problem was that, for the Vice-President to succeed the President, the constitution demanded that the latter wrote a letter to the National Assembly making clear the appointment of the former. But as President Yar’ Adua was constantly in and out of intensive care, this letter was never written and the succession therefore came into question. The NGF, led by Dr Saraki, and working with the National Assembly, devised the Doctrine of Necessity, which was then passed as a resolution by the National Assembly. The Doctrine of Necessity allowed the Vice President to take over and become the acting President until such a time that the President returned. Under Dr Saraki’s chairmanship a number of Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs) have been signed, including but not limited to the World Bank, DFID, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, GAVI, UNICEF, UNDP. After his two-term tenure as Governor of Kwara State, in the 2011 elections, Bukola Saraki ran for the office of Senator of the Federal Republic of Nigeria representing the Kwara Central Senatorial District and won, succeeding his sister, Gbemisola Saraki-Forowa. He was appointed as the Chairman, Senate Committee on Environment and Ecology and is also a member of the Senate committee on capital Markets and Finance. He also pushed a motion in the Senate to end the fuel subsidy regime in Nigeria which has been an excessive waste of the country’s national resources. As a member of the Senate, Senator Saraki has campaigned extensively on health, food security, education and the environment. He was appointed as the Chairman, Senate Committee on Environment and Ecology and is also a member of the Senate Committees on Capital Markets and Finance. He also pushed a motion in the Senate to end the fuel subsidy regime in Nigeria, which has been an excessive waste of the country’s national resources. His work on the oil industry, has also led him to focus on arguing to strengthen laws relating to the clean-up of oil spills. His National Oil Spill and Detection and Response Agency Amendment Bill seeks to ensure oil companies pay appropriate levels of compensation to communities affected by oil spills. Dr. Saraki has also intervened in the Lead Poisoning crisis in Zamfara State in 2010, and has supported to the Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves, which ensures safe and healthy methods of cooking for millions of Nigerians while conserving the environment through reduced deforestation. He has been a lead campaigner in the areas of desertification and climate change in the Senate and across Nigeria. Saraki sponsored a motion on the floor of the Senate to end Nigeria’s fuel subsidy regime. Other motions and private member bills he has sponsored include the National Oil Spill Detection and Response Agency Amendment Bill 2012, which was aimed at putting a halt to oil spills in the Niger Delta, the Gas Flaring Prohibition Bill 2012 and the Climate Change Commission Bill 2013. In 2015, Bukola Saraki again contested for the Senatorial seat in Kwara Central Senatorial District and won. After his re-election in the 2015 general elections, Saraki was on 9 June 2015 elected unopposed as President of the Senate by an across the party alliance comprising PDP and APC Senators. His deputy, Senator Ike Ekweremadu, emerged after a tightly contested election.
FEATURING : Chairman & CEO of The Roberts Companies Dean Dr. Michael V. Roberts, J.D.,
Michael Roberts is the classic American entrepreneur. Born to middle class hard working parents, educated in the St. Louis public school system, he worked his way through college and law school to become one of St. Louis’ leading businessmen. Throughout his rise in business, Mr. Roberts maintained a strong commitment to the African-American community from which he came. Locating his headquarters in the heart of this community, his endeavors over the last forty years have created thousands of jobs and entrepreneurial opportunities, raised the level of economic activity and enhanced the quality of life for the African-American community. Mr. Roberts’ broad range of professional knowledge and experience developed as both a business owner and public official (St. Louis Board of Aldermen, 1977-1985) encompasses the application of innovative financing strategies for large public projects, public-private sector development negotiation strategies, and successful management techniques for urban commercial properties. His leadership in the creation of innovative strategies for financing of redevelopment projects propelled the City into a major redevelopment phase that lasted throughout the 1980s. In the decades that followed, Mr. Roberts used his extraordinary and creative leadership abilities to build a business empire that encompasses television and radio broadcasting, real estate development, plus hotel ownership and management. Today, he is one of America’s most successful and respected African-American business leaders, and is the recipient of numerous awards such as:
- 2009 Trumpet Award for Business
- 2007 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year
- Morehouse College Distinguished Leader
- Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Laurel Wreath Award
He currently serves on two top level federal committees that address nationally significant issues:
- Federal Communications Commission Diversity Committee
- U.S. Department of Commerce National Advisory Council on Innovation and Entrepreneurship And, has been selected as a participant in some our country’s most prestigious programs:
- Citizen Ambassador Program, Securities Delegation to China, 1996
- Army War College, 2001
- Joint Civilian Orientation Conference (JCOC) ’75 trip to South America, 2008
FEATURING : Chairman and CEO of The FraserNet, Inc. Dean Dr. George Fraser
Dr. George C. Fraser is Chairman and CEO of FraserNet, Inc; a company he founded almost 30 years ago with the vision to lead a global networking movement that brings together diverse human resources to increase opportunities for people of African descent. He is considered by many to be a new voice for African Americans and one of the foremost authorities on economic development, networking and building effective relationships.
While George’s accomplishments are significant, his beginnings were very humble. He was born in Brooklyn, NY into a family of 11 children (8 boys and 3 girls). When George’s mom became mentally ill, George’s dad, a cab driver, could not care for 11 children so George was orphaned at 3 and spent 14 years in foster homes. Growing up on the streets of New York he had little hope and no expectations.
Although his guidance counselor suggested he drop out of high school, George graduated from high school with a vocational diploma in woodworking because the school system did not consider him college material. Thank God George felt differently…for several years, he mopped floors on the midnight shift at LaGuardia Airport, while he paid his way through college. Later, in 1996, he graduated from the prestigious Dartmouth College; Minority Business Executive Program. In 1999, he was awarded the Honorary Doctorate Degree of Humane Letters from Jarvis Christian College.
Dr. Fraser rose to leadership positions with Procter & Gamble, the United Way, and Ford Motor Company. It was some 25 years ago that God unveiled His real purpose for George. Mr. Fraser went on to author of four critically acclaimed books: Success Runs In Our Race; Complete Guide to Effective Networking in the African American Community and Race For Success; The Ten Best Business Opportunities for Blacks In America; Click: Ten Truths for Building Extraordinary Relationships; and, most recently, a children’s book; Who Would Have Thunk It; The First Adventures of The Fraser Foster Kids.
Dr. Fraser is also the publisher of the award-winning SuccessGuide Worldwide: The Networking Guide to Black Resources. He is the founder of the national annual PowerNetworking Conference, where thousands of Black professionals, business owners, and community leaders gather to learn the art and science of networking, entrepreneurship and wealth creation.
Dr. Fraser is the Chairman of Phoenix Village Academy; which consists of three afro-centric charter schools that serve Cleveland inner city children. A popular speaker and author, George C. Fraser’s inspiring talks on success principles; effective networking, wealth creation, business ethics; and valuing diversity, are as popular among corporate professionals as they are among college students.
His views have been solicited by media as diverse as CNN and the Wall Street Journal. Over the past decade, the prestigious publication, Vital Speeches of the Day, has selected, reprinted and distributed worldwide, five of Dr. Fraser’s speeches–a first for any professional speaker in America, regardless of color.
UPSCALE magazine name him one of the “Top 50 Power Brokers in Black America”. Black Enterprise Magazine called him “Black America’s #1 Networker” and featured him on a cover issue. Dr. Fraser has appeared on seven national magazine covers and was recently inducted into the Minority Business Hall of Fame and Museum.
TV host and journalist, Tavis Smiley called him a “visionary with the rare combination of leadership and management skills.” Mr. Fraser was featured in the New York Times-bestseller, Masters of Networking, along with Secretary of State, General Colin Powell.
FEATURING : Founder and Chancellor of Global Oved Dei Seminary & University (GODSU) Rev. Diane Moore-Eubanks, J.D., OEA
The Right Honorable Her Excellency Rev. Dr. Diane Moore-Eubanks JD OEA is the Founder and Visionary who created Global Oved Dei Seminary & University dba Global Bible Institute dba GODSU and its seven pillars. She is the wife of H.E. Dr. Willis Eubanks for 30+ years and mother to their 3 children, Cairo, Dakar and Sudan. She holds one earned Juris Doctorate degree from Georgetown University Law Center, 3 Honorary Doctoral Degrees from 3 different institutions and numerous other certifications and licenses.
In 2015, Rev. Dr. Diane, authored with daughter H.E. Cairo, WEALTH HAS NO RACE, 6 proven strategies to transplant wealth into your DNA. In 2016 she was ordained as a Christian Pastoral Minister by Bishop Christopher Cox, Member of the Joint College of African American Pentecostal Bishops, Elmont, New York. The Director of Education for Olof Palme Peace Foundation Intl (OPPFI) at the United Nations, she and Dr. Willis produced THE GODSU AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY BIBLE, which highlights current graduates. Dr. Diane Moore-Eubanks was born in Jamaica. Her father, Charles Moore O.D., an entrepreneur, ensured that Diane’s mother, Dr. Bernice Rose Moore, and siblings Dwight, Denise, Andrea, Natalie and Christopher all attended the best schools.
After graduating in 1986 as a Magna Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Florida State University, Dr. Diane taught high school. Upon completion of her Juris Doctorate degree, Dr. Diane interned at (BET) under Atty Deborah Lee (current President of BET). As an Assistant General Counsel for Department of Navy she reported to the Pentagon, Naval Hospital and lastly President William Clinton’s White House where she vetted Madeline Albright and Richard Cohen. Attorney Diane created stellar Real Estate Law offices in DC, MD & VA and conducted over 3,600 transactions, taught for Fannie Mae, as well as, singlehandedly created the Prince George County branch of The National Association of Real Estate Brokers later renamed the United Realtors of MD.
Devastated and Homeless in 2007 from the real estate market crash, Dr. Diane reassessed her life and GOD directed her journey Ministry, Education, Law, Entrepreneurship, Financial Services and Wealth Coaching. Dr. Diane started with her Global Entrepreneurial Ministry in Nigeria in 2009 and helped over 10,000 African women to start their own small businesses. In 2016 she is slated to oversee major Non-Profit projects in the Caribbean. Dr. Diane work in Higher Education led to the birth of GODSU and its 7 pillars: Global Bible Institute (earned degrees from Associate to Doctoral level programs), Global Oved Dei Seminary & University (GODSU) (On-Line Classes) GODSU Chaplaincy Program GODSU Financial Services, GODSU EMPOWER U Networking Conferences, GODSU Books, Arts & Apparels and GODSU Jr Ambassador Program. She oversees this conglomerate of institutions with her husband, children with vibrant Board members and Alumni Association. Through its highly selective Honorary Doctoral Program, GODSU has created a platform to recognize the lifetime accomplishments and services of others.
Some of the notable Alumni include GODSU DEAN H.E. Dr. Michael V Roberts, most successful US African-American Entrepreneur; Dr. Kelly Price, 7X Grammy Nominee Singer; Dr. Olugbenga Leke Oyewole, Former Nigerian Govt. Minister and H.E. Dr. George Fraser, Founder Power Networking Conference. The World Renowned Alumni teach and instruct at the GODSU Empower U Conferences every quarter. GODSU is determined to reach, teach, empower and transform more people in this global community that we live, love and serve in.
OUR MOTTO: 1 Race: HUMAN; 1 Space: EARTH; 1 Religion: LOVE. I am GODSU and so are YOU!