NFFI–The Jamaican Chapter

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H.E. Rev. Dr. Diane Moore-Eubanks

(Executive President, New Future Foundation Inc.–The Jamaican Chapter)

Meet the Executive President of the Jamaican Chapter of New Future Foundation, Inc. (NFFI)

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Attorney Diane is currently the Chief Executive Officer of New Future Foundation Inc.—The Jamaican Chapter, a United Nations ECOSOC-accredited NGO. New Future Foundation International (NFFI) was established 51 years ago in 1969 as a multi-ethnic, multi-cultural organization serving children, youth, and young professionals with educational, recreational, and cultural programs. NFFI has since expanded to include economic, social development, and health. 

Since 2017, NFFI—The Jamaican Chapter has been conducting philanthropic deeds throughout the island of Jamaica, with an emphasis on youth STEM initiatives and women’s empowerment. Diane was the visionary behind the initiative, “GODSU Charles A. Moore Stem & Computer Program,” which has pledged computers and calculators to several schools in Kingston to build their computer labs and increase interest in the STEM fields.

A vision with an international perspective, Diane has contributed to building connections and trade opportunities from across the world, with an emphasis on the African continent and the African diaspora. Dr. Diane is the Chancellor of  Global Oved Dei Seminary and University (GODSU), a web-based interfaith learning institution, is divided into a University, www.godsu.org and Global Bible Institute www.globalbibleinstitute.org. GODSU’s educational institutions offer Chaplaincy certifications, cyber security certifications, and earned degrees from the Associates level through the Doctoral level.

GODSU operates at the intersection of collaborative e-commerce, digital branding, Interfaith respect and stresses Afrocentric Education, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Global Citizenship, and Technology through our online and live platform with degree programs, certifications, master classes, self-studies, conferences, live courses, and strategic partnerships with business icons 

In 2019, Diane spearheaded the first African and investment trade panel for the 2019 Florida International Trade and Cultural Expo (FITCE), an annual event that invites Ambassadors, Presidents, and dignitaries from around the world to discuss trade opportunities within their respective countries. She was the first person to connect the conference to host Ambassadors and Trade Ministers of Nigeria and Ghana present at the conference. The African Investment had representatives and dignitaries from Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya, The Democratic Republic of Congo, The Gambia, and South Africa. 

Her mission is to encourage more trade and investment collaborations between businesses in Florida and African countries. For example, South Africa conducts $8 billion of trade and business with South Florida and her objective is to support an increase in global trade with more African countries by highlighting business and networking opportunities.

Meet the Founder of New Future Foundation, Inc. (NFFI)

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UN Ambassador of Goodwill

Queen Mother Dr. Delois Blakely
(UN Ambassador)

Founder/Executive President

New Future Foundation, Inc.

Biography of Dr. Delois Blakely (Queen Mother)

A woman of compassion and caring, Queen Mother Dr. Delois Blakely champions the aspirations of women, children and youth. She criticizes mankind for the economic injustice that has degraded billions of lives worldwide and champions’ education, basic business training, microcredit, entrepreneurship, and “heart” as potential solutions.

A Community Fellow {1981-82} at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology {MIT}, an Education Policy Fellow {1982-83} of the International Education Leadership {IEL}, a Fulbright Scholar in Tanzania and Nigeria {1984-85}, Queen Mother Dr. Blakely received two Master of Education Degrees, from Harvard University {1982} and Teachers College, Columbia University {1983} and a Doctorate of Education Degree from Teachers College {1990}. She graduated from the Franciscan Handmaids of Mary College in 1965 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Religious Studies. She has published scholarly and popular books and articles on self-reliance, education, recreation, and culture.

In 1995, Queen Mother Dr. Delois Blakely became Community Mayor of Harlem, the first woman to hold this office. Queen Mother Dr. Blakely was appointed “The Community Mayor of Harlem” by the Chief of Community Mayors. She was sworn in by Mayor Rudolph Giuliani. Her duties as the Community Mayor of Harlem are to deal with the needs of youth and children as well as the special needs of children who are homeless, handicapped, and are in foster care.

From 2001 to 2008, Queen Mother Dr. Blakely has traveled extensively around the world attending United Nations Conferences dealing with women and children issues as well as human tragedies as it relates to the African Nationals living in the United States. Queen Mother Dr. Blakely lead the Delegation from the United States in returning the African Nationals to their homeland for proper burial which was all high profile cases – Amadou Bailo Diallo, Guinea West Africa, 41 gunshots by New York City Police Department {1999}; Ousmane Zango, Burkina Faso, West Africa, a hardworking young man killed in the warehouse by New York City Police Department {2003}; Soumare and Mougassa Family, Mali, West Africa, 9 children, and 1 mother died in tragic fire in the Bronx {2007}.

As an Ambassador of Goodwill for many African Countries, Queen Mother Dr. Blakely is constantly attending many inaugurations in Africa; being called to various countries regarding celebrations and tragedies. She has traveled extensively over the last 30-years, Queen Mother Dr. Blakely has met much Head of States and Governments and its people that are members of the AU – African Union, such Nigeria, Senegal, Namibia Liberia, Gambia, South Africa, Zambia, Ghana, and a host of many other African Countries.

Queen Mother Dr. Delois Blakely was mentored by notables, Mwalimu Julius Nyerere, Former President of Tanzania, and Dr. Angie Elizabeth Brooks, First Woman President of the General Assembly at the United Nations. Queen Mother Dr. Blakely enjoys being a life-long student and practitioner of the visual arts, music, dance, modeling, law, business, and social work. Queen Mother Dr. Blakely serves the World as a Humanitarian Trailblazer protecting Human Rights for the poor and the powerless and enjoys traveling the world and working to eliminate poverty.

Meet the Rest of Our Team!

Biography of Ms. Natalie Moore

Natalie Moore

She has been a Mathematics and Science educator for the past twenty-six (26) years, the past fifteen (15) years of which have been spent at Meadowbrook High School, where she is the t. She is involved in Kiwanis International, a global service organization from service to the children of the world. She joined NFFI-JA to share her expertise and experience as an educator to execute NFFI’s mandates for education and skills training and its preparation for any available or to create opportunities for advancement for the beneficiaries of our programs.

Biography of Dr. Arlene Spann

Dr. Arlene Spann

Dr. Arlene Griggs Spann, a native of Wise, N.C., is married to Dr. Jerome Spann. She is an author, educator, and speaker. Chaplain Spann holds a Discipleship Degree from Jericho Christian Training College. She is a Diabetes Ambassador and founder of Arlene Spann S.W.E.A.T.S. Weight

Loss Program. Dr. Spann founded the GPS scholarship awarded to high school seniors studying in health. Currently, she is a GODSU Leader.

Biography of Attorney Andrea Moore-Phillips, Esq.

Attorney Andrea Moore-Phillips, Esq.

Attorney Andrea heads the Accounting and Legal Departments for NFFI – The Jamaican Chapter. A Justice of the Peace, she has been involved in community service for over 30 years. Through the Kiwanis Club, she has served as Distinguished President. She has also served on Government

Boards such as JAMPRO (Jamaica Trade and Investment) and Central Information Technology Office. She currently serves on the Board of Chasrose Limited, a property management company.

About Our Youth Representative to the United Nations: Cairo Eubanks

Please read about Cairo Eubanks, our Youth Representative who represents our NGO at the United Nations. She currently presides as a Member of the United Nations Department of Global Communications Youth Steering Committee.

About New Future Foundation Inc–The Jamaican Chapter

We are honored and delighted to introduce our United Nations Non-Governmental Organization and Non-Profit “New Future Foundation, Inc. – The Jamaican Chapter Ltd”. Our said organization is the Jamaican branch of The New Future Foundation, Inc. (NPPFI) and it has been registered with the Government of Jamaica.

For we have a unique opportunity to identify and help Jamaicans with some of the greatest needs. Most nations, including Jamaica, have quite a bit of work to do in order to overcome violence against women and children. At the moment, our focus is to reaffirm some of the necessary steps required to end human rights violations. The New Future Foundation International was founded in 1969 by Dr. Delois Blakely (Queen Mother), as a non-profit, non-political, non-provocative Non-Governmental Organization (NGO). NPPFI is an affiliate of the United Nations Department of Public Information.

New Future Foundation Inc. is the United Nations ECOSOC-accredited NGO arm of Global Oved Dei Seminary and University

Meet Our NFFI-JA Team!

Our Chapter’s Philanthropic Work

Our Shelter, Security, & Training Project

We are honored and delighted to introduce our United Nations Non-Governmental Organization and Non-Profit “New Future Foundation, Inc. – The Jamaican Chapter Ltd”. Our said organization is the Jamaican branch of The New Future Foundation, Inc. (NPPFI) and it has been registered with the Government of Jamaica.

For we have a unique opportunity to identify and help Jamaicans with some of the greatest needs. Most nations, including Jamaica, have quite a bit of work to do in order to overcome violence against women and children. At the moment, our focus is to reaffirm some of the necessary steps required to end human rights violations. The New Future Foundation International was founded in 1969 by Dr. Delois Blakely (Queen Mother), as a non-profit, non-political, non-provocative Non-Governmental Organization (NGO). NPPFI is an affiliate of the United Nations Department of Public Information.

The Jamaican Chapter was formed with the specific mission of providing long-term as well as transitional care for battered women and their children. The said mission will establish a transitional home for women of domestic violence, orphans, and homeless children and as well as provide job training and work placement for adults 35 years old and younger.

Employment will increase economic stability for individuals. Stability, including education, safety, protection, and health services are important cornerstones for people, especially victims of domestic abuse.

We look forward to working with The Jamaican Government, various other Ministries, and businesses to assist in the areas of improving the economic conditions and the prevention of Domestic Violence against Women and Children. We look forward to performing our duties as a United Nations (UN) NGO in Jamaica, West Indies.

FUTURE PROJECT DETAILS

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Our Mission

The Jamaican Chapter was formed with the specific mission of providing long-term as well as transitional care for battered women and their children. The said mission will establish a transitional home for women of domestic violence, orphans and homeless children and as well as provide job training and work placement.