We are a group of men who are dedicated to helping address issues related to education, youth empowerment, domestic violence awareness and environmental justice.
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AAMW is committed to developing and encouraging collaborative action to strengthen the economic, social, and educational foundation of our communities.
Through the bonds of brotherhood and fellowship, the spirit of collective work and responsibility, and a strong commitment to community - we can make a difference in the lives of those we serve.
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Meeting members of The African America. Men of Westchester only motivates me more to grow and develop RecoveRead. I want to make them even more proud of me and show them that I take their faith in me very seriously.
One of my students who participated in the Business Skills Olympics was accepted by John Hopkins Universieity partly because he attended this event.
What did the Business Skills Olympics do for me? It gave me the confidence to realize that I too could accomplish any problem set before me. The program gave me the professional tools that I have carried into my successful career today.
Herb is one of the AAMW founders, an Army Vet., 40 year IBM retireee, married 45years, received the Westchester Users Assembly Marshals Award last September.
On March 29, 2019, Cuddy & Feder partner Eon S. Nichols obtained preliminary IDA approval for financial incentives for two major residential developments and a senior independent living community representing
a total private investment of over $1.2 billion.
Eon has been the Chairman of the AAMW Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Youth Awards Luncheon for several years.
James Robinson and his daughter Nicole, 25, get ready to referee a boys high school basketball game at the Harvey School in Katonah Feb.19, 2019. James Robinson has been a high school basketball referee for over thirty years. Nicole has followed in her father's footsteps, working as a referee for both high school and college basketball. (Photo: Seth Harrison/The Journal News)
George and Miguel are Co-Chairmen of the Youth Envirnmental Program. Both men are professionals in the technology and engineering fields. They bring an unique perspective to educating our youth about the importances of earth science, nature and environmental stewardship
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