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FAMILY MATTERS; Stephen J. Walker visits on May 11, 2011

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Jill Egizii and Judge Michele Lowrance host their guest, Stephen J. Walker, a founding director of the Institute for the American Family, a D.C. not-for-profit public policy think tank.

He is the Vice Chairman of the American Coalition of Fathers and Children also located in D.C. He is the editor at large of ACFC’s quarterly newspaper, the ‘Liberator. He is an advisor to the Foundation for Male Studies. He is co-director of the Children and Parents Network, a national educational organization dedicated to empowering children and parents.

He is the former Director of Human Resources for NOM.  He is the former Executive Director of the New York State Coalition for Presumptive Shared Parenting. He is the former co-director of the ON Step Institute for Mental Health Research, located in Manhattan NY where he helped created the first deprogramming center in the nation for children suffering from parental alienation at a New York Pediatric Hospital, located in Rye NY.

He is a constitutional consultant to the legal community in domestic relations law. Over the past 24 years he has personally authored numerous constitutional legal briefs involving family law issues in numerous state and federal forums including the United States Supreme Court.

He is the co-producer and co-host of the TV program entitled “Families and Children Really Matter” which airs on public and government/educational access TV. He is the former co-producer and co-host of the TV program entitled “Families in Transition” with more than four hundred ½ hour programs produced and aired.

He has appeared on numerous television and radio programs and is a frequent lecturer in the field of domestic relations law.

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