Allen Hoskyn and Dan Williams work for separate organizations but have been partnering together over the past six years around community engagement and leadership development. They fundamentally believe that God is already at work in the community, people are the greatest asset within a community, and inside/local leaders are the most effective and powerful change agents. Their partnership as well as the community that has developed around Impact 46 is based on shared values and increasingly shared outcomes rather than organizational affiliation or commitments.
Dan Williams/Sports Serve
Dan is the founder of Sports Serve, a non-profit dedicated to leadership development through sport. Sports Serve impacts families and communities by developing leaders among children and youth. It also serves as a catalyst, resource and partner for other community leaders and organizations committed to community transformation. Sport is a powerful vehicle for change.
Allen Hoskyn/FCS Ministries and Impact 46
Allen currently works as a community pastor for FCS Ministries with a focus on the city of Lawrenceville. Allen is basically a missionary to the city of Lawrenceville. He is in the process of launching a new non-profit that has emerged out of the work of Impact 46.
Impact 46 began over 6 years ago as leaders from the six sectors of the community – church, nonprofit, business, government, school, and neighborhood – began to voice both a discontentment/dissatisfaction and hope for the city of Lawrenceville. Using the principles of Asset Based Community Development (ABCD), community difference makers began to gather with the hopes of seeing individuals, families, neighborhoods, and the city transformed.
About Tiffany Krumins:
Tiffany Krumins is the CEO, founder and inventor of the Ava the Elephant® brand. Ava the Elephant is a talking children’s medicine dispenser that takes the fear and anxiety out of administering medicine to children.
Tiffany’s passion for helping children has been evident through her years of experience, including the work she’s done with children who have special needs and with childhood cancer patients. It was that same passion which brought Ava the Elephant to life! She realized no product on the market resolved the common problem of giving children medicine. She took matters into her own hands and created the first Ava the Elephant from sponges, fabric and a store bought medicine dropper. After seeing the profound effect it had on children she knew she was onto something.
After her life changing experience on ABC’s “Shark Tank” she returned home with her investment from Barbara Corcoran and started the process of launching a product. In the midst of it all, Tiffany was diagnosed with cancer three months after the show (at the age of 27). This personal heartbreak only made her passion to help sick children even stronger.
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