I’d like to send a heartfelt thank you to Dr. Amalle Daou, Dr. Sydney McCalla, H.E. Sylvain Ngung, Dr. Bertha Sewa Ayi and Dr. Lauren Ciszak,for your participation in our post COVID-19 webinar yesterday. We were fortunate to have a wide range of speakers from important specialties. Together, we spoke about public health, women’s health, infectious diseases, COVID-19 evolution and testing, and family health. We had a special focus on the women and vulnerable communities from the social and humanitarian point of view from H.E NGung’s speech.
In fact, It is our collective efforts and thoughts on best practices that had brought us closer to resolving this important issue. Our conference ended with important resolutions that will help policy-makers to take adequate decisions to protect women and vulnerable populations during the health emergency crisis. The webinar as a video-conference that is part of our “What We Need to Know” webinar series, to continue the conversation about the work that must be done to mitigate the extreme need of neediest communities to be assisted and not left behind. Please visit our Women’s Program Engagement Council (WPEC) Facebook page to see it live: https://lnkd.in/euHb9Xn
COVID-19 has exposed so many inequalities in our Black and Brown communities like never before, so like our Water is the Life-line of Life initiatives to bring awareness to the crisis of the lack of clean/safe drinking water for our African Children and their families, GSP felt compelled to pivot our efforts to address the crisis with the lack of the critical health care infrastructure, the financial resources to adequately address the crisis, and the economic damage of those who are also disproportionately vulnerable to COVID-19’s economic ramifications. That’s why, GSP, the Women’s Program Engagement Council (WPEC) and our Global Village is hosting a webinar series called “What We need to Know” to give us “A Seat At the Table” to have a conversation exploring how we can mitigate the economic impacts of COVID-19 on the ground. We have partnered with our resource partners (see below), using our digital/communications platforms (e.g. via webinars, radio, TV, social media, mobile technology) as a vehicle to help us connect to Black/Brown and vulnerable communities nationwide/globally, using a holistic approach to inform, educate, reform, inspire and provide coping skills, to equip our Black and Brown communities, minority, immigrant and small and women-owned businesses with facts/tools needed to help keep their families safe and healthy and financially afloat. Our goal is to support communities and struggling small businesses and connecting them to resources at the local, state, and federal levels. Additionally, we want to help lay the groundwork for recovery in the months and years ahead to come and identify what further support is still needed to ensure our communities durably emerge from this crises, because we know that the devastating impact on the survivability with soaring unemployment, poverty and economic conditions will continue to plague our Black and Brown communities if we don’t have “A Seat At The Table!”
Below, please see our webinars:
Our “What We Need to Know” Health is Wealth Fire Side Chat Webinar featured, Bertha Ayi, MD, FACP, FIDSA, MBA, a motivational speaker, and renowned board-certified infectious diseases specialist. Dr. Ayi did not disappoint! We had over 350+ friends from the US, Africa and the UK who participated. She discussed the pandemic and identified social determinants to health (e.g. diabetes, High blood pressure, obesity and life expectancy) that make our Black and Brown communities more vulnerable to COVID-19. Dr. Ayi was beyond amazing — she was wickedly brilliant! There were many takeaways — she inspired, educated and equipped us with the tools needed to battle and protect ourselves, our families and our community from COVID-19 to help keep us safe, but her infectious positive attitude and her faith struck a cord with all of us and truly lifted my spirit. Lots of request for an encore/follow-up!
Our Stimulus Package “What We Need to Know” to have “A Seat at the Table: webinar, featured William Caldwell, Caldwell, CPA’s and Clay Goldsborough, First Financial Advisors. They provided information to help identify/sharing economic opportunities, different resources for small businesses/entrepreneurs that needed access to apply for PPP, unemployment, non-traditional banking, etc. – “A Seat at the Table!” Over 60 people participated, and several participants and CPA clients were approved and/or received their PPP and/or received unemployment.
Our “What We Need to Know” “Now that you have, you’re PPP,” webinar is scheduled for May 28th. To make sure we can document and trace the uses and disbursement of the COVID Relief proceeds – specifically PPP for which we have to document and report during the Forgiveness process.
GSP is helping to build a sustainable future!
The Women’s Program Engagement Council (WPEC) is comprised of global visionaries and female business leaders. We partner with entrepreneurs and investors to match opportunities for community development and economic growth. Selected programs and projects facilitate sustainability, innovative technology, and economic prosperity.
As part of this endeavor, we are looking to showcase women utilizing social impact in their entrepreneurial efforts and propelling the current wave of innovation to drive global sustainable development. Exploring the relevance of new technologies to address existing socio-economic gaps and supporting internationally agreed development targets such as the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is critical to bringing communities out of poverty and into local, regional and global markets. This cannot be done without the female workforce and women owned Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs). By supporting SMEs, in particular those owned and run by women, WPEC can act as a catalyst in the alleviation of poverty and inspire new generations of businessmen and businesswomen.
In keeping with the theme of our documentary, “Africa’s Titans of Industry,” below is the complete description of WPEC’s 3 Program Tracks:
Track 1: Titans in Emergency Preparedness – entrepreneurially, innovationally, and cooperatively addressing emergency preparedness, health security, and bio-security on local, national, and international levels – Amalia’s expertise
Track 2: Titans in Innovation, Technology, and Communication Connectivity– seeing African business as a business based on technology and innovation from the global to the local levels, innovations in connectivity that advance women in business, going “Green” with renewables in Africa
Track 3: Titans in Banking, Business, Investments, and Marketing – connecting women to Titans who are pioneers in these three sectors in Africa and the Middle East, improving the investment landscape and breaking taboos for women in Africa and the Middle East, connecting to potential funding streams, incorporation of social media, global logistics and markets
WPEC works globally to create strong support networks and linkages to investment opportunities. We serve as a clearing house for available funds and businesses that seek funding. All resources donated by our investors are put to work immediately and are directly allocated to local businesses, with a portion of the money allocated towards sustainable community development. Strengthening the business outlook for women directly impacts the welfare of the entire family unit, to include a better future for the next generation. Through education and awareness the global community is recognizing the long-term benefits of investing in women and women-owned businesses.
Currently WPEC is engaged in many exciting initiatives. For example, WPEC has been given it’s on TV program on The EmeraldPlanet TV® Please stay tuned to learn about our phenomenal women who will not only give you their stories, but will “Wow” you with all of the wonderful work they are doing to mentor women/girls and the next generation of global business leaders, philanthropist, members Parliament, Board members, Scientist and even future Presidents.
WPEC has also partnered with a multi-award winning filmmaker/documentarian to create a documentary, called “Africa’s Titans; Revealing the Women Who are Transforming the Continent from Within,” 10 African Women entrepreneurs, growth/challenges in their businesses and how they are using entrepreneurship/careers, as a vehicle to drive growth and help alleviate poverty in their communities and throughout Africa. These women are the mainstay of instruments of development and financial inclusion and are playing an important role by helping to break the stereotypes in their own voices, giving viewers a new, more accurate picture from their distinctive cultural viewpoint rarely seen and heard about Africa today. These women will share their journeys through the private, public and third sector spaces describing not only their successes, but also their challenges and insightful suggested solutions for future best practices. The goal is to create positive media images and to spark a global conversation that will modernize and broaden the viewers perception of African women. Emerging throughout Africa today is another story: dynamic African women, entrepreneurs, Members of Parliament, Ambassadors, and even Presidents. These women are smart, strong, in charge of their own destiny, creating opportunities for themselves and others, and serving as role models for a younger generation. This program will be televised bi-monthly to over 200 countries via Emerald Planet.
September 2020, we plan to meet in Washington D.C. for several productive days of networking, inspiring conversation, information sharing, and high level meetings. Focus will be on Innovation, Technology, Marketing, and Investment Opportunities. Conversations will also address socio-economic gaps and the ability to create positive social impact through entrepreneurial effort. To perform our work and to continue to be of service to the global community, resources and funding is necessary. Please strongly consider making a donation to WPEC and becoming a leader in our community. We look forward to your active participation and your commitment to the objectives of WPEC.
For more information, please contact Kimberly L. Fogg, Chair, Women’s Program Engagement Council (WPEC) at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (404) 909-2428.
Meru District Council Thanks GSP for their “Water is the Lifeline of Life”project:
Drum roll: I have great news to share with you! Our Meru School District received 1st and 2nd prize for the Sanitation and Environmental Health Competition — 2 years in a row. We also received the official “blessing” from the new regime in Tanzania to expand our efforts. They were informed about our ongoing efforts in the schools and health dispensaries and pleased that our clean water initiatives contributed to the District receiving 1st and 2nd prize for the Sanitation and Environmental Health Competition (please see picture and message from the District Medical Officer below):
Message from the District Medical Officer: “Our Meru school district was awarded certificates, car and bikes for winning the competition in 2018 for Sanitation and Environmental Health Competition.They are various factors contributed to their winning among is GSP initiatives of providing water filters/ access to clean and safe water and teaching health, hygiene and sanitation practices in schools and health facilities. “
Ref: Introduction of Global Sustainable Partnerships organization.
Refer to the heading above.
The district in cooperation with the organization of Global Sustainable Partnerships, we have been giving out donations of water filters in various institutions in order to get access to clean and safe water in primary schools, secondary schools and health facilities.
For now, they are continuing with this activity in order to proceed with the improvement of community health in general.
With this letter you are requested to provide close cooperation to successful implement this activity.
Amani Mlay, District Health Officer, Meru District
GSP is proud to announce that we will be participating at the African Trade & Investment Global Summit (ATIGS) in Washington, DC on June 24th – June 26th. Please come and visit our booth #703 to see demos on the Hydriad filter, the ColdShed and meet the CEO of Vanu (see below). Please visit http://atigs2018.com/ for more info.
We are expanding our efforts and have partnered with SolerCool Technologies (www.solercooltechnologies.com and see below) their ColdShed technology will keep medicines cold and fruits and vegetables cold for increased marketability and Vanu (please see below and visit www.vanu.com) to help women (and their families) gain broad access to the most basic technological building blocks (e.g., electricity, phone and internet connections) to bring them into the 21st-century! Kimberly is now on the Board of the African Union, Pan-African Diaspora Women’s Association (PADWA) and she is the lead for the science and technology sector, which gives GSP direct access to a network of women to share ideal solutions from one African country to another. For example, if one country is being aided by the provision of electricity, and another country is being aided by the provision of clean water, with time, the country being aided with electricity may also be aided with clean water, and vice-versa.
Vanu provides innovative software-based cellular mobile network technology that makes it possible to connect unconnected, rural villages. Approximately 1 billion people have no connectivity and 3.8 billion people lack access to the internet. Connectivity offers these rural villages access to critical services such as health care, public safety and emergency services, educational resources and mobile banking. Traditional mobile network operators do not expand coverage to rural villages because it is not economical to do so with conventional cellular technology and business models. Vanu helps mobile network operators increase profits and create new revenue streams by leveraging Vanu’s software-based radio technology and by employing a wholesale business model. Access to connectivity enables other vendors, such as those offering off grid electricity or clean drinking water, to lower their costs and make these products affordable to rural villagers.
SolarCool – their expertise is in addressing “cold chain supply” needs and figuring out how to advance someone’s efforts, especially in developing countries and rural, off-grid areas. Solar power is the key for sustainability and profitability.
ColdShed – advanced technology in solar-powered refrigeration, creating efficiency conversion rates from sunlight power to cooling power that no other company has been able to attain. ranges from keeping perishable fruits and vegetables refrigerated to medicines, meats, dairy, poultry and beverage products. The solar power for the ColdShed™ can be adapted to simultaneously power a WiFi hotspot for telemedicine/tele-education/tele-conferencing, pump and purify water, power localized lighting, and recharge tablets, phones, laptops, etc.
Our partner, Scott Johnson on June 14, 2018 went up into the mountains in Puerto Rico where a ColdShed was quickly created from a Home Depot tool shed and was taken up to a community that had been cut off by the hurricane and people needed to keep their insulin cold.
The SimpliCool Cube™ which provides the actually cooling for the ColdSheds™ can be used on their own and installed to cool existing rooms or small outbuildings, trailers, or coolers/vending machines, etc.
Please see Dr. Ukio’s email below/ He is the District Medical Officer (DMO) who oversees all of the school health programs and health clinics and hospitals in the Meru District in Arusha, Tanzania. We have been working with Dr. Ukio for the past 3 years, so this is a true testimony that our program is working and sustainable! This is why I love what we do – we can measure the number of lives we change 24/7 and 365 days a year! Feeling so proud of my team!
I trust that you are doing well,i am well in my new place of work.
Let me share with you some piece of good news ,The Filters that we installed in schools and Health Facilities and gave some to most vulnerable populations, played a great role in putting Meru DC at the number spot in the national Environmental sanitation campaign competition. These efforts cannot go un recognised and i thought you should know, especially to you and your team.
If it’s within your ability still,i suggest we extend the program to Lindi, theres a serious shortage of clean and safe water, The Filters would be a life saver.
About GSP (Facebook.com/gspartnerships):
We have a sustainable business model that can be duplicated throughout Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean and India, because we focus on respecting cultural norms/community input and through project implementation, we use local sourcing, local contractors and vendors, supplies and staffing, which puts money back into the local economy – generating additional community support. But, our secret ingredient is follow-up, follow-up, follow-up and follow-up to ensure adoption of the system, long-term practices; and promotes cultural and behavioral changes, which leads to the growth of stronger and healthier communities.
We have been working in Tanzania for the past 6 years and as a grass roots organization – I am proud to say that my staff and our in-country partners have accomplished a lot! Our “Water is the Life-Line of Life” Initiative provides access to clean and safe drinking water by installing HydrAid® BioSand Filters and teaches health, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) practices in primary and secondary schools, households, health centers/dispensaries and hospitals, closing the gap of re-contamination. With a grant from the Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation (BMSF) and donations from our international Global Village, we have installed 580 HydrAid® in 80 schools, 208 households, 3 orphanages, 57 health dispensaries and 1 District hospital impacting over 100,000 Tanzanians. In June, we just installed 100 HydrAid® filters and donated them to the most vulnerable families (e.g. families with family members living with HIV, Albino families (cutting down their exposure of being hunted and killed for their bones while gathering water), the disabled and the elderly), bringing our total to 680 filters installed to date.
GSP has created a network of health trainers via teachers, who bring the education back to the classroom and their own communities. That’s why the unique way in which GSP introduced the filters into the schools, has been a major contributor to the success and sustainability of our program, because our dedicated teachers have demonstrated their commitment to adopting the filters that provide access to clean and safe water for their students (and families) in their respective schools — resulting in healthier students (e.g. increased school attendance and improved academic performance), due to less water-borne illnesses. We also work with our American schools, who select “sister schools” in Tanzania to support. This cultural exchange is designed to engage, educate and inspire youth to help fight the global water crisis and become global citizens.
About the HydrAid® Biosand Filter: With proper use, they will last for 10 years and they remove 99.999% of parasites, 90%-99.0% of bacteria, and 80%-99.9% of viruses. Installation is easy, and there are no moving parts to repair or replace. In addition, no electricity or plumbing is required because the filtration units are gravity-fed. In addition, they also help eliminate deforestation (e.g. the need to burn unsustainably harvested wood to boil and purify the water), cut greenhouse gas emissions and indoor pollution.
We have also introduced our Integrated Health Model (IHM), which will help us scale up our efforts to educate our clients about effective simple health interventions and prevention information and services (e.g. help reduce HIV and sexually transmitted infections, unintended pregnancies, malaria, TB, hypertension and diabetes screening and morbidity), because we work directly in the homes and health facilities and have access to women, children and men. We can also discuss our mobile health care outreach to villages, particularly in hard to reach, undeserved or rural areas, which will allow our program to reach clients who might otherwise be unable to access services, training, etc. Our IHM is a comprehensive health services delivery mechanism (in households and health care facilities) for both preventive and curative services that will improve health social marketing and health social behavioral change activities. We believe we can help communities move beyond tropical and infectious disease crisis intervention and address the root causes of contamination and promote sustainable solutions to create healthier and more educated communities, through “one stop shopping.”
Below, please see additional information about GSP:
GSP 2016 Video
Children at Mariado washing/sieving the sand for their filters:
Kids washing their hands w/tippy taps
Usa primary Kids w/new and improved tippy taps:
Hot off the press: please click on the link below to see this beautiful article written about our work in Tanzania!
Uraki secondary school teacher reading a “thank you” note from the community:
Installation at Mariado
Usa primary school kids singing to me and thanking me for their filters and water bottles:
GSP is featured in the Bristol-Myers Suibb (BMS) Annual and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) reports — please see links:
See Clean Water in Tanzania article page 29 in Foundation and CSR Report.
In BMS Annual Report see Tanzania Clean Water Project article on page 24.
GSP has reached a milestone and the key to our success is the generosity of our Global Village and we want to “Thank you” for celebrating GSP’s 5th Year Anniversary on World Water Day on March 22nd! Our efforts to give the gift of clean and safe drinking would not be possible without YOU! We are proud to announce that our goal of installing 1,000 filters is becoming a reality! After two years of planning, our GSP staff and Tanzania in-country partners have conducted training and installation of our HydrAid® BioSand Filters in the homes of 45 families with family members living with HIV. An additional 55 filters are earmarked for the disabled, pregnant women and the elderly, expanding our efforts to provide access to clean and safe drinking water for the community, bringing our total filters to 680! We are also integrating our WASH practices to expand our Integrated Health Model (IHM) to provide women and their families’ access to effective simple health interventions, and prevention information and services. The services include screening and education programs to help reduce HIV and sexually transmitted infections, unintended pregnancies, tuberculosis, hypertension and diabetes. The combination of installing filters in households and health facilities and providing health information and services, encourages cultural and behavioral changes, which ensures long-term safety practices and promotes the growth of stronger and healthier communities.
We have served with love in our hearts and pure determination and as a result, we have changed thousands of lives in Tanzania (please check out our videos)! However, for all of this growth and change — we need to continue to raise money for an additional 320 HydrAid® BioSand Filters (BSF), so we can reach our goal of installing 1,000 filters in 5 years! The filters are $260 and with your investment, together we can continue to yield real and lasting change, because once the filters are installed, clean and safe drinking water will begin to flow for 10 years to come! In addition, our “Message in a Bottle” campaign was so successful we need more BPA free water bottles! They are a twofer – $12 – we need 5,000! No donation is to small, so please spread the word and ask your family, friends, colleagues, and donate on our website today!
We have a sustainable business model that can be duplicated throughout Africa, because we have a track record of saving lives! The key to our success is we focus on respecting cultural norms, community input (especially working with women and girls) and through project implementation we use local sourcing, local contractors and vendors, supplies and staffing, which puts money back into the local economy – generating additional community support. But, our secret ingredient is follow-up, follow-up, follow-up and follow-up via text, calls and in person visits to ensure long-term practices and promotes the growth of stronger and healthier communities. The combination of installing filters in households and health facilities and providing health information and services encourages cultural and behavioral changes, which ensures long-term safety practices and promotes the growth of stronger and healthier communities. Water underpins health, nutrition, equity, gender equality, well-being and economic progress, especially in developing countries. Having safe drinking water and basic sanitation are human needs and rights for every person. These needs are essential in breaking the cycle of poverty, since they directly impact health. If we can “give women access to clean and safe drinking water they are more likely to be healthier, allowing them to work, spending their money on their families and their future, which increases the rates of their children staying in school (especially girls), literacy, improved health and better nutrition. These investments by women will promote economic and social development, which is needed to change the short and long-term well being of their families and communities in which they live and work. Thus, reducing poverty and eliminating the opportunity for “opening the door” for ISIS, Al-Shabaab and Al queada, to recruit teenage boys/young men in some African countries!
Did you know that many life-threatening opportunistic infections are caused by inadequate access to safe drinking water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH)? 88% of cases of diarrhea are caused by poor WASH. That is why our “Water is the Life-Line of Life” Initiative transfers knowledge and skills through training and education in the construction and maintenance of the HydrAid® BioSand Filters and the overall education of health, sanitation and hygiene practices for children in primary and secondary schools, households and health care facilities in the United Republic of Tanzania. Our “Water is the Life-Line of Life” Initiative is a sustainable business model that can be duplicated across Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean, because we focus on respecting cultural norms/community input; and through project implementation, we use local sourcing, local contractors and vendors, supplies and staffing, which puts money back into the local economy –generating additional community support. But, our secret ingredient is follow-up, follow-up, follow-up and follow-up via text, calls and in person visits to ensure long-term use.
How GSP is Helping: The combination of installing filters in schools, households and health care facilities not only helped close the gap of recontamination – it also encourages cultural and behavioral changes, which ensures long-term practices and promotes the growth of stronger and healthier communities. In addition, the filters eliminate the need to burn unsustainably harvested wood to boil and purify the water, cuts greenhouse gas emissions and indoor pollution.
Our School Gardens: We have launched our hydroponic learning vegetable garden program, designed to emphasize nutrition education, sustainable organic agriculture and food safety in our schools – another tool essential to breaking the cycle of sickness and poverty.
GSP’s novel strategy worked: After four years of building relationships (e.g. national and local government, local leaders, Village Elders, in-country partners, women’s groups), hosting community meetings and training’s and working in the schools and communities to see what does and does not work, and then taking proactive steps to ensure that the filters would take firm hold in the schools — we now know firsthand that education, community health, and environmental benefits (especially among women and girls), can be improved significantly through relatively easy initiatives that are taught, implemented and sustained within schools and the community at large. We developed demand, local cooperation and buy-in and moreover, the community appreciated our efforts to focus on project implementation through using local sourcing, local contractors and vendors, supplies and staffing, which put money back into the local economy –generating additional community support.
Our built in Workforce: To ensure long-term practices, GSP created a network of health trainers via teachers who bring the education back to their classrooms/communities. Those dedicated teachers’ have demonstrated their commitment to helping improve the quality of life for their students, while empowering women to create more educated and healthier communities. Their support has raised awareness and created more demand for the filters – who best to provide behavior change initiatives than those dedicated people who live and work in their own communities?
Sustainability Business model for women: No loans necessary. We partnered with a local bank, who helps women set-up saving accounts; they provide training to teach them how to communicate with a teller, how to use mobile banking and how to use other banking tools — a “win win” partnership for attracting new account holders and promote/support positive long-term social and behavioral changes. How it works: We’ve created a payment structure. Women who want to purchase a filter for their homes have to give up their cell phone (if there are 2 in the home) for 2-8 months (depending on how long it takes them to save for it). The money they use to buy a voucher will now be put into a savings account, which teaches them how to save for their filter and other household goods and goals after the filters has been purchase. It also teaches them to invest in the overall health of their families.
GSP is Expanding: Our Integrated Health Model (IHM): (e.g. water, health and environment) program is a comprehensive health services delivery mechanism for both preventive and curative services that will improve health social marketing and health social behavioral change activities. We help communities move beyond tropical and infectious disease crisis intervention and address the root causes of contamination and promote sustainable solutions to create healthier and more educated communities. GSP treats community development as a health promotion strategy and develops culturally appropriate, community-based action, and prevention strategies with environmental benefits programs.
How Our IHM Works: We have learned from our track record in the country that sustainability and localization of efforts are key and thus these themes run throughout the entire design of the IHM project. Introducing the IHM gives GSP a perfect opportunity to scale up our efforts to educate our communities about effective simple health interventions and prevention information and services (e.g. help reduce HIV and sexually transmitted infections, pregnant mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT), unintended pregnancies, cervical cancer prevention through the immunization of girls via the HPV vaccine, TB, hypertension and diabetes screening and morbidity), as we work directly in their homes and health facilities (installing Hydraid filters), which gives us access to women, children and men. Integrating health services will improve access to healthcare and health indicators by developing a client-friendly approach in which multiple health deterrents will be addressed in the home of the beneficiary or during a single clinic visit. Therefore, the ability for individuals to do “one-stop-shopping” in the privacy of their own home will result in improved health outcomes and will also help reduce the stigma associated with free-standing clinics that treat HIV and sexually transmitted infections alone.
Empowering women and our girls: GSP will focus on expanding our efforts to empower women and girls through education/training, technology, energy, telecommunications and community development/outreach initiatives. We aim to improve the overall health and quality of life for women (and their families) and promote sustainable community development solutions that aides in empowering women to establish“green” jobs and sustainable locally owned businesses that will generate income for their families.
Our Global Village Partners: GSP is increasing focus on IHM projects in communities that are connected to our partners. Our projects enable partners to reach their Global Goals for Sustainable Development, which are all about the 5 P’s: People, Planet, Prosperity, Partnership and Peace! These initiatives, solidifies our reputation as a sustainability leader – where we are already focusing on sustainability efforts. We want our communities to know our clients care about the welfare of their communities/workforce and know that “doing the right thing” in communities in which they work is vital to business success.
To learn more about how you can be instrumental in making a project happen, please contact Kimberly L. Fogg at email@example.com or at (404) 909-2428. Please also visit our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/gspartnerships/