Rev. McCollum is on the Executive Committee of and serves as the Minority Faith Chair for the American Correctional Chaplains Association. He serves as an advisor for the United States Commission On Civil Rights, and was recommended for a position as advisor for the US State Department, and the White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships Under President Obama. Reverend McCollum has worked for over thirty years for Native American and Indigenous rights and served as a strategist at Standing Rock.
Rev. McCollum is creator of the World Peace Violin, which was officially recognized at the United Nations as a symbol of world peace.
Nell Rose Foreman BCC, CHT – Nell Rose was instrumental in the initiation and setup of the foundation. She has worked diligently behind the scenes organizing and helping to grow this organization and to support the mission for over a decade. Her desire is to create a better world, creating equality, and raise the voices of the indigenous to hear their wisdom and heal our home.
Nell Rose believes to achieve world peace we must be able to feel peace within ourselves. Through her mission called Peace Boss Movement, she helps her clients transform from anxiety into a calm resilience. Her unique process allows healing from micro and macro trauma, raises consciousness, and creates freedom, allowing her clients to reach their highest potential. After all, each of us is a unique piece of the puzzle and is needed to create the whole. She is a speaker and works with both corporate and personal clients.
Deborah is also Co-Director with Diane Williams of the Evolutionary Leaders circle, a project of the Source of Synergy Foundation that brings together visionaries committed to the acceleration of the conscious evolution of humanity in these critical times. An Interfaith Minister who leads innovative monthly Interfaith Sundays at the Chapel at Croton Falls, NY, Rev. Deborah performs weddings and other ceremonies, as well as offering spiritual counseling. She is the founder and president of the Garden of Light, a nonprofit website that offers a gathering place for those aligned with the emerging global spirituality.
Founder of the Center for Modern Art, Lord Windsor also serves on the Board of Directors of St. Fagans National Museum of History and the National Museum of Wales. He also serves on the board of the British Museum and Barclay’s Bank.
Lord Windsor studied at the Harrow School and is a graduate of the Royal Agricultural College in London.
As the administrator and owner of the Earl of Plymouth Estates, the historic Oakly Park Estate, St. Fagans Co. and various overseas industries, Lord Windsor serves his country in multiple official capacities as one of the remaining high nobility of the British Isles.