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We have what we need to build healthy communities!   Join us as we collectively address and provide the tools to heal. Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES) have a tremendous impact on future violence victimization and perpetration and lifelong health and opportunity.  ​​​​​​​

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  • Hear from speakers and panelist with live experiences

  • Hear from community leaders on how to address the lived-experiences

  • Participate in listening and breakout sessions

  • Network with leaders in the industry for the greater good


  "I Am We" 2019 is the beginning of many opportunities for communities to come together as the first allies to reduce the historical and collective trauma we've experienced for centuries. There are six fundamental health services and policy research domains to address ACES. ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

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​​​​​​​Who should be there?

​​​​​​​Health Professionals * Financiers of Health Systems * Service Providers * Practitioners * Family Services * Community Leaders * Nonprofit * Corporate Leaders * Political Leaders * Community * Educators * Students
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Dr. Princess Fumi Hancock, an African Princess living in the Diaspora, is a Psychiatric Mental Health Doctor of Nurse Practice, 14X Bestselling Author/Publisher with 24 inspirational books, Online TV Show Host, Award-winning Filmmaker, Founder of @AsktheWEBPSYCHDNP, and creator of the Fearless Visionaries™: Tear the Veil, The Princess of Suburbia(R) Foundation Literary & Missions project.  Her works have earned her over 8 Hollywood awards, including Indiefest Films Award.  

She brings wealth and health to her audience by tackling discussions around mental health disorders & wellness such as depression, anxiety, suicide ideations, poor self-image, and disorders. Dr. Fumi through her podcast, Tear the Veil with Dr. Fumi, her literary works and films help her clients use storytelling on their road to recovery. Dr. Fumi also is the first African American to speak on TEDx Int’l Al Anjal National Schools platform in Saudi Arabia and the first woman recipient of the NAFCA African Oscar in Hollywood, California.  

She is married to Dr. David A Hancock with 4 children.




To support our mission of "affirming human social value..."



I Am We Conference will  recognize top influencers for building healthy communities during this year's conference.  This year's Community Champions will receive Global Influential Service Leadership Award.    ​​​​​​​

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​​​​​​​The  Awards recognize service leaders across human services with a concentration in social and community services  who:

  • Demonstrate leadership and commitment to improving the community's well-being.

  • Have a sustained record of accomplishments and contributions.

  • Are a mentor or trusted advisor to colleagues as well as the next generation.

  • Think outside the box to design and implement effective solutions.

  • Has influence within the organization/community and demonstrates professional excellence



​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Who benefits? 
 
Children, family, community, and the organizations and systems who serve them.  We honor YOU!  Thank you for your achievements in the physical, psychological, and social well-being of its community.​​​​​​​  Meet us there!


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​​​​​​​COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS,  SPEAKERS & PANELISTS


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