Diane A. Sears

          Diane A. Sears is the United States Coordinator for 2013 International Men’s Day (https://sites.google.com/a/imd-global.org/internationalmensday/); Chair of the USA 2012-2022 International Men’s Day Ten Year Plan Committee; and a member of the International Men’s Day Coordination Committee where she represents the United States.   In her role as a member of the University Council for Akamai University’s Fatherhood and Men’s Studies Program (www.akamaiuniversity.us) which is located in Hilo, Hawaii, Sears advises the President of Akamai University on Fatherhood issues and assists him in the enhancement of the institution’s Fatherhood and Men’s Studies Program.  She is also a member of the National Affinity Network for The Boys’ Initiative (www.theboysinitiative.org) which is headquartered in Washington, D.C.

 Sears is the Editor/Author of a book on  Fatherhood and Men’s  Issues – IN SEARCH OF FATHERHOOD® — TRANSCENDING BOUNDARIES (www.amazon.com); the Managing Editor of a quarterly international male parenting journal —IN SEARCH OF FATHERHOOD® — which moderates a Global Dialogue on Fatherhood and is distributed in Australia, Italy, Trinidad and Tobago, Norway, South Africa, Ghana, Canada, Botswana, Jamaica, and the United States; and the creator and moderator of IN SEARCH OF FATHERHOOD®’s blog at  http://globalfatherhooddialogue. blogspot.com.  The concept for IN SEARCH OF FATHERHOOD® was created by Sears’ mentor, the late L.T. Henry, a classically trained jazz musician who briefly performed with the Philadelphia Orchestra and was a former drummer for internationally acclaimed songstress and film and television actress Ms. Della Reese; author; photojournalist; and sales and success motivation trainer who died in March 1999.   Ms. Sears’ work on Fatherhood and Men’s Issues which began in 1999, has helped to perpetuate her late mentor’s legacy and resurrect his vision for an interactive Fatherhood Forum.

Ms. Sears has interviewed Men who are Fathers throughout our global village concerning issues directly and indirectly related to Fatherhood and has developed and maintains working relationships with male parenting organizations in Australia, Canada, Europe and the United States.  She has authored and published reviews for numerous books about Fatherhood and Men’s issues including, but not limited to, Father and Child Reunion:  How To Bring The Dads We Need to the Children We Love, by Warren Farrell, Ph.D.; Swallowed By A Snake:  The Gift Of The Masculine Side Of Healing  by Thomas R. Golden, LCSW;  The Ultimate Survival Guide for the Single Father by Thomas Hoerner;  Nothing’s Wrong:  A Man’s Guide To  Managing His Feelings by David Kundtz; Hey Daddy, Read This by Donald Roberts, an award-winning journalist and anchorman for Virginia’s NBC-affiliate television station WAVY-TV; We Fish: The Journey To Fatherhood by University of Pittsburgh Professor Jack L. Daniel, Ph.D. and his son Omari C. Daniel, Ph.D.; Death To Diabetes:  The 6 Stages Of Type 2 Diabetes Control & Reversal by DeWayne McCulley; Fatherhood by William H. Cosby, Jr., Ed.D.; The Spirit Of Fatherhood:  Embracing Our Role As Fathers And Reclaiming Our Children by S. Bruce Olamina Stevenson;  25 Things That Really Matter:  A Comprehensive Guide To Making Your Life Better by Gary A. Johnson, the Founder and Publisher of the Homework Help Page and Founder of the Gary A. Johnson Company, a management-training and consulting firm; The Self-Esteem Trap: Raising Confident And Compassionate Kids In An Age Of Self-Importance by Polly Young-Eisendrath, Ph.D.; A Promise To Ourselves: A Journey Through Fatherhood And Divorce by television, film and Broadway actor Alec Baldwin; A Father’s Right by Anthony Gallo; 2011: The Global Depression by global economist and economic consultant to the Government of Canada and the United Nations Economic Commission Ruben James; Do-Over! by Robin Hemley: and The Man’s Book:  The Essential Guide For The Modern Man by Thomas Fink..

 Sears co-moderated the “New Media, Social Entrepreneurship and the Single Father Movement”  Panel at the Eastern Communication Association’s 97th National Conference which was held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in April 2006 and presented a paper entitled, “Resurrecting A Vision — — Transforming Fatherhood:  The New Media And the Fatherhood Movement”.  In June 2008, Sears launched IN SEARCH OF FATHERHOOD®’s INTERNATIONAL FATHERHOOD AND MEN’S ISSUES INTERNSHIP PROGRAM which is open to students from all academic disciplines and interested individuals throughout our Global Village

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One Response to Diane A. Sears

  1. James Kennedy Sr. on November 10, 2015 at 8:20 AM

    I speak for real Fathers that understand the struggle when I say , We Need Diane a. Sears..Thanks for a reality Self-check!

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