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Richard Rowe



Over the past 25 years, Mr. Rowe has operated and managed direct services programs for African American men and male youth and has provided training to hundreds of volunteers, parents, educators, community leaders and organizations – both locally and nationally on topics such as male leadership and responsibility, enhancing single mother-son relationships, fatherhood, rites-of passage programs, college retention initiatives, special education, Black male – female relationships, developing school/faith-based mentoring programs and parental involvement. As a past recipient of an Open Society Institute Fellowship, Mr. Rowe was involved in the design of a unique psycho-cultural “success identity” paradigm for African American male students. He is also a trainer / consultant for the National Mentoring Center, My Brother’s Keeper - Baltimore and The Black Mental Health Alliance.

Mr. Rowe graduated from both the University of Baltimore and Morgan State University and he has completed several executive leadership programs.  He serves on a number of community and youth development boards, and is a contributing writer to several local and national publications and Web Sites, including Black Parenting Magazine, The National Black Child Development Institute, Inc and Black Fatherhood.