Florence P. Joyner
Florence Joyner has dedicated her time and energies to uplifting people who need it the most, those who need to develop a positive outlook on life and a fresh start. Florence has managed to accomplish this through education.
Florence was successful in obtaining credits in "None Violent Training" at Spellman College, in Atlanta, Georgia, for future Martin Luther King Commission Programs held by OIC.
1969-1972 Financial Counselor, Columbia University, New York, NY in charge of student loans
1973-1989 Tax Examiner, Criminal Investigations Division of the IRS
1989 Florence became the Executive Director of OIC, One Commerce Blvd., Amityville, NY
1991- Present Counselor, New York Institute of Technology, Central Islip, NY - STEP Program responsible for coordinating and maintaining a liaison between school districts, lecturers, students and program staff.
Florence has numerous affiliations as follows:
Project Director for the National Council of Negro Women, Inc., responsible for the overall administration and community-based activities of Project Reach. Interact with educational, business, industrial, and governmental bodies to develop corrective programs and workshops for troubled youth affected by teenage pregnancy, family violence, drug abuse, and illiteracy.
NYS Martin Luther Institute for Non-Violence, Albany, NY
Martin Luther King, Jr. New York State Commission, Albany, NY
Long Island CARE Mentorship Program, Brentwood, NY
American Parks Civic Association, Central Islip, NY
Suffolk County Executive Task Force on Family Violence
The Long Island Fund for Women and Girls
National Association of the Advancement of Colored People - Lifetime member
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