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Taking Advantage of Resources, LuQman M. Abdullah

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LuQman M. Abdullah is Senior Vice President of BACK TO SOCIETY (BTS), INC. 501 (c) (3) nonprofit tax exempt organization, and Family Preservation Social Worker for Youth Service, Inc. Background Information LuQman M. Abdullah is an international motivational speaker and inspirational coach for many audiences, community groups, schools, universities, religious institutions, corporations and the incarcerated. Inspiring: LuQman's testimony of overcoming oppression in prison to becoming a succcessful organizer, educator, writer, lecturer and entreprenuer,. Youth and adults alike respond powerfully to his message, and leave motivated, pledging to feed their mind, knowledge; their body, strength and their spirit, faith. Birth Place Piladelphia, PA Philadelphia Accomplishments Mr. Abdullah has a record of success in proposal writing, program development, community organizing/planning, economic development, and commercial development/ entrepreneurial training, life–skills training, project implementation and job recreation. LuQman Abdullah is the founder of Lambs Corp. (Learning Adolescents Motivated by Success Community Oriented Reform Program) in 1989. Mr. Abdullah is the former Director of Human Services for Renaissance Community Development Corporation, assisting the President/CEO in high level planning, proposal writing, program development, grant research & soliciting, workshop facilitating and consulting services. LuQman Abdullah is the facilitator of Temple University’s PASCEP Program, Community Organizing & Development Course (CEP #287). LuQman is an Advisory Board Member of PASCEP, Books Through Bars, Human Rights Coalition and MEE Productions (Motivational Educational Entertainment). He is a former Tutor for the Mayor’s Commission on Literacy, grassroots activist, author of many essays and lecturer.

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