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Darrell Nichols: Affirm Human Dignity and End Cycles of Violence By Making Peace

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Darrell is a a noted humanitarian, speaker, spokesman and passionate about diversity. A native of Kansas with a BS in Business, a former Army Captain, Ordained minister, former Pastor and Jurisdictional Bishop and Certified facilitator for the Ohio Violence Prevention Program, he commits his time and energy into building bridges of diversity, spiritual tolerance, and consciousness to unify humanity and stop violence. He is currently involved with friends and allies in organizing the 1st Nations Indigenous Wisdom Conference in support indigenous peoples of 10 nations later this year in 2016. This, after several years of being taught by elders and mentors from the Dogon, Yamasee, Aztec, Mayan tribes and others sharing their wisdom and aspirations.

Following 9 years as an Army Logistics Office and settling down in Ohio, a series of KKK Rally’s in Northwest Ohio compelled him into active community service to help heal the scars left in the wake of the Rally’s and he soon became the Vice President and later, President of the Northwest Ohio NAACP and VP of the Toledo Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC).

Darrell Nichols is a humanitarian at heart and through his military and professional experience employs his skills and abilities to resolve conflict, make peace and create harmony through Diversity as a certified Ohio Violence Prevention Program facilitator and trainer.

Darrell’s military experience are employed in industry and community. He Founded Community Action Service Endeavors, conducting Diversity and Violence Prevention lectures, training and he is an alumni of the Annual Leading Diversity Summit in Atlanta. He excels in traditional but conscious business leadership training and coaching, conducting training workshop, lectures, and seminars to businesses leaders, schools, colleges, community leaders, and prison inmates.

 

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