President: Monsignor Chanel Jeanty, St. James Catholic Church
§ Reverend Monsignor Chanel Jeanty was born in Cap-Haitien in North Haiti in 1972 but later moved to Miami in 1990. Msgr. Jeanty entered the seminary in 1996 and since has earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Philosophy Master in Divinity, and Licentiate in Canon Law from the Gregorian University in Rome. Archbishop Wenski named Msgr. Jeanty as such in 2013. Msgr. Jeanty currently serves as a judge in the Metropolitan Tribunal, Vicar General and Chancellor for Canonical Affairs, and as pastor of St James Catholic in North Miami.
Vice President for Membership Strengthening: Rabbi Gary Glickstein, Temple Beth Sholom
§ Rabbi Gary Glickstein received his Rabbinical Ordination from the Hebrew Union College—Jewish Institute of Religion in 1974, and has been the spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom since 1985. Glickstein is committed to the cross-cultural community in Miami and so serves on the board of Miami Coalition for a Drug Free Community. Glickstein was the Chairman of the UJA National Rabbinic Cabinet.
Vice President for Personnel: Kareem Muhammad, Masjid Al Ansar
§ Kareem A. Muhammad is an Author, a retired Law Enforcement Officer. He is the Grandfather of 7. He has for the passed 7 years served as the Chief of Security and Secretary of The Islamic Men's Group at Masjid Al Ansar. At 5245 N. W. 53st. Miami, Fl. 33054.
Vice President for Media and Public Relations: Rev. Dr. Anna Price, Universal Truth Center
§ After 25 years as an administrator (Director of Upward Bound and Assistant Athletic Director for Student Services, Assistant Provost), Dr. Anna Price, Ph.D. retired from the University of Miami in 1997. Ordained in that same year, Dr. Price began serving as Executive Pastor at the Universal Truth Center for Better Living. Dr. Price serves as a staff minister at the Universal Truth Center, the Provost/Academic Dean of the Johnnie Colemon Theological Seminary and Academic Coach for Athletics at Florida International University.
Vice President for Membership Growth: Rev. Robert Brooks, St. Peter’s Missionary Baptist Church
§ Reverend Robert Brooks has been preaching the Word of God throughout the United States for 15 years. Brooks began his ministry as a soldier in the United States Army where he served in West Germany and the Middle East during the first Gulf War. Through his involvement with Everglades Youth Development Center and Southern Glades Youth Camp, Brooks focuses on juvenile justice to keep young men and women on the right track. Prior to his focus on youth, Brooks served as a Florida State Corrections Officer at Dade Correctional Institution.
Vice President for Development: Steven Horsford, St. Monica Catholic Church
§ Steve Horsford has spent the last 14 years in banking as a financial services professional. Prior to that he had spent 14 years in retail with 7 of those years in management. He obtained an Associates Degree in Business Administration from Miami-Dade College and a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance from Florida Atlantic University. He currently serves as the Finance Council Chair for St. Monica Catholic Church and is a proud member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.
Treasurer: Hervé Bony, Norland Schools
§ Hervé was born in Haiti, and was raised and educated in the United States. He is a graduate of FL International University. He served previously on PACT's Education Committee in 2000 and in 2009. He is a professional accountant, and owns an accounting firm, located in North Miami Beach. He also volunteers in juvenile court, serving as a guardian Ad Litem for the past ten years.
Secretary: Dr. Darrell Arnold, St. Thomas University
§ Darrell Arnold is Interim Dean of Biscayne College of St Thomas University. He began working at St Thomas as an Assistant Professor of Philosophy in 2010 and was promoted to Associate Professor of Philosophy in 2014. He is the president of the Humanities and Technology Association and was editor of that organization's journal, the Humanities and Technology Review, from 2012 to 2014. He has published numerals articles in professional journals a well as the edited volume "Traditions of Systems Theory" (Routledge, 2013) and many translations from German including "Naturalistic Hermeneutics" (Cambridge UP) and "Media of Reason" (Columbia UP).
Representative of Juvenile Justice Committee: Jani Singer, Temple Beth Sholom
§ Jani has lived in Miami since 1971. She graduated from Miami Palmetto Senior High School and earned her Bachelor's Degree in Political Science/Sociology from Mount Holyoke College. She returned to the University of Miami School of Law from which she graduated in 1987. Jani joined the Miami Dade Public Defender's Office immediately upon graduation. After leaving the Public Defender's Office, Jani was hired by the Office of the State Attorney to investigate and prosecute public corruption cases. The majority of her cases involved wrongdoing by police officers and other public officials. After many years of service, Jani was asked to join the Department of Children and Families as the Managing Attorney for Children's Legal Services in Miami Dade County. In this capacity she oversaw the legal work being litigated in the dependency court. During her tenure at DCF, Jani was awarded the Policy Advocate Award by Lawyers for Children.
Co-Representative of Housing Committee: Pastor JoAnn Smith, New Directions Christian Center
§ Pastor Joann R. Smith is a native of the Bahamas and has resided in Miami for many years. She has developed a passion for single mothers and their families and has dedicated apart of her life’s mission to providing family values, educational training, resources, quality housing and support to families in crisis situations. With over 25 years of senior management experience, 10 years serving as an associate pastor in the community, Co-Founder of PWAPLC with many merits and accolades. Pastor Joann serves as the main liaison between New Direction Christian Center, PWAPLC, and many other community-based organizations such as: (PACT), Share your Heart, Baptist Health of South Florida, and American Heart Association.
Co-Representative of Housing Committee: Linda Adderly, Christ the King Catholic
§ Linda Adderly is a retired United States Postal Worker. Currently she serves as President of Alpha Pi Chi National Sorority Inc. Epsilon Alpha Chapter, Financial Secretary of the Florida State Council, and the Regional Vice President. Linda is a member of the Council of Catholic Women where she serves as their Secretary, Writer, Editor, and Community Advocate.
Member at Large: Blanca Diaz, Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic
§ Blanca Diaz has been serving in Our Lady of Lourdes Church for the last 20 years. She has 20 years of experience in the printing and design business. Her goal is to serve the needs of others.