BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Chester Marshall MSW, LICSW, LCSW-C
Washington DC/Chicago Illinois
Carl J. Hampton PhD - Chairman
President K&M Consultants
Henry Gregory PhD - Sage
Rafiki Mental Health Services
Leonard Dunston MSW - Sage
National Association of Black Social Workers
Durham North Carolina
Rodney Mitchell Esq. - Legal
Executive Reentry Solutions
Washington DC/Beverly Hills California
Anyika Nkululeko MSW – Board Member
Santa Clara Social Services Agency
Naim Akbar, PhD
Omar Reid, PhD
Aminifu Harvey, PhD
Nana Kweku Carr Asante, MSW
Atiba Veir PhD
Wade Nobles, PhD
The mission of the Institute for African Man Development Inc. is to reconnect African-American Men and Boys to the covenants of MAAT.
The Institute for African Man development Inc. is a 501 (c) 3 agency formed in 1999 and incorporated in 2002. Located in Washington DC, the agency was formed to address the paucity of social services that directly support the development of African-American Men and Boys. The uniqueness of the Institute is found in its focus on development as opposed to emiloration of pathology.
We believe that most African-American males are not imperiled and are seeking the life victory that eludes them. The tendency to focus only on the problem areas as opposed to the areas of victory creates a grossly distorted picture of the real struggles facing African-American males. We build our programs based on the model victory of African-American males who are not imperiled. We offer a corrective emotional experience through supportive relationships and expert services.
Our main goals are:
To provide a wide range of social services.
To increase positive mental health of young men through therapeutic self-examination.
To increase life skills that help young men negotiate lif
The mission of the Institute for African Man Development Inc. is to reconnect African-American Men and Boys to the covenants of MAAT which are: love, truth, justice, balance, reciprocity, order, harmony and righteousness. Thereby, helping the African Man