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The Phoenix

THE PHOENIX CONSORTIUM FOR SOCIAL CHANGE was founded by Bishop A. Leon Williams Sr as a response to the social phenomena that exists in the urban community, specifically within the African American church as it relates to the extinction of the African American male, the deterioration of the African American family, and the need for community and economic development.

The mission of The Phoenix Consortium for Social Change, a non-profit organization, is to rehabilitate, educate and facilitate socio-economical change within urban communities.

Bishop Anthony L. Williams Sr, a respected spiritual leader, philanthropist, humanitarian, and war veteran, is dedicated to creating and providing programs, resources, and services to help the less fortunate.  He is resolutely committed to unconditional outreach, and leads with integrity and excellence.

Bishop Williams has completed Studies in Multi Disciplines, having completed an accredited Associate of Arts Degree in Business Administration, from American Intercontinental University that would lead on to the completion of the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in which he graduated Magna Cum Laude. In line with Bishop Williams’ passion and zeal for higher Education he would also later complete the Master of Business Administration from the same institution. Having a firm understanding and having spent several years under great leaders in ministry, Bishop Williams also went on to sharpen his ministerial skills and understanding by pursuing Seminary studies at prestigious Schools including Liberty University located in Lynchburg, VA., Beeson Divinity School located in Birmingham, AL., and Interdenominational Theological Seminary in Atlanta, GA. leading to the attainment of the Master of Theology. As an Educator and a proponent of learning Bishop Williams is currently matriculating through and or attending the prestigious University of Texas Arlington working to complete the Masters of Education in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies.
 

Meeting of the Minds
Today's social problems exist in a complex and interdependent world that requires collective action.  Meeting of the Minds brings together thought leaders to address urban social issues.

Shifting from isolated to Meeting of the Minds impact is not merely a matter of encouraging more collaboration or public-private partnerships.  It requires a systemic approach to achieving outcomes that focuses on the relationships between organizations and the creation of shared objectives and accountability.

Meeting of the Minds will allow us to explore the framework of collective impact and coordination of critical initiatives to achieve maximum success.

How can you benefit from the Meeting of the Minds impact framework?
 
Meeting of the Minds offers a framework to think about how we collectively support regional economies, how we implement sector strategies, and even how we achieve integration with partner agencies. It applies equally well to other local and regional efforts that address African American male imprisonment rates, deterioration of African American families, and in general, how we promote community and economic development. In short, it provides a process framework to actually help us make partnerships and collaborations successful with all of our key stakeholders including criminal justice departments, business and industry, economic development, workforce development and education.
    The Phoenix Consortium

    The Phoenix Consortium for Social Change

    2615 S. Main Street
    Stafford, TX 77477
    Phone: 832-539-6892
    Email: antwill2178@hotmail.com

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