Shalom Task Force Receives International Attention

shalomtaskforce_logoShalom Task Force Receives International Attention

New York, NY, March 27, 2014– In a recent meeting at the National headquarters of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services in Washington D.C., Dr. Earl Johnson, Office of Family Assistance Director praised Shalom Task Force (STF) for the flurry of positive international attention they are now receiving for its Shalom Bayis promoting programs. Dr. Johnson, upon hearing that STF’s Shalom Workshop for couples (www.ShalomWorkshop.org) received queries from: Israel, Brazil, South Africa, England, Mexico, Belgium, Canada and Australia summoned his Executive Staff to hear the information directly from Dr. Alan Singer, STF Executive Director and Dr. Sara Chana Silverman, STF Director of Program Development and Evaluation. Joining Dr. Johnson (seated far left) was Rosalind Ginyard (seated far right), Family Assistance Program Specialist and Charisse Johnson, Branch Chief. When Dr. Singer stated, “Worldwide Jewish communities are taking note of the Shalom Workshop, which gives engaged and married couples the practical tools to achieve their relationship potential, and communities are looking to the United States for ideas and methodology.” Dr. Johnson responded, “The founding women of the STF Board are just extraordinary in their unrelenting pursuit of Peace in the Home, and their passion is incredible!” For more information on the programs of Shalom Task Force please visit www.ShalomTaskForce.org or call 212 742-1478 ext. 1.

Earl Johnson Visit cropped 3     STF Visit to OFA1

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