Course Facilitators and Instructors

Young

Mr. Antonio Young

As a member of the organizational Development Network (ODN), the American Management Association (AMA), and the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD), Mr. Young has over thirty years of professional experience in the field of human services. Mr. Young facilitates workshops on leadership team building in organizations and strategic thinking and planning in development management at Hetta International Development Center.

 

Kelly

Dr. Gary Kelly

As advisor to foreign governments, Dr. Kelly has worked with or for the Asian Development Bank, USAID, the IMF, TACI, the World Bank, UNDP and German and French technical assistance to effect reforms in trade and investment, banking, finance, competition policy, bankruptcy, and editor rights, privatization, SME, development and other areas of reflecting the intersection of law and economic policy. Mr. Kelly facilitates workshops on Business Ethics and Corporate Responsibility, Trade, Third World Debt, Globalization, and The Art of Negotiations in Business management.

Person

Mr. Everett Person

Mr. Person has held various positions including Director for Administration/Manhattan Psychiatric Center and Manhattan Children’s Psychiatric center, Associate Director of Kings County Hospital, Administrative Assistant of New York University Medical Center: Assistant Business Officer of Brooklyn Development Center, Adjunct Instructor at College Violence Program. Mr. Person facilitates workshops on Best Practices in Human Resource Management and Conflict management at Hetta International Development Center.

Wasserman

Dr. Lawrence Wasserman

Dr. Wasserman has been working on development for 20 years plus. He has a Ph.D. from American University, Washington, DC. and MPA in Public Administration (Development) from American University; MS in Operations Research (Industrial Management and Economics) from New York University, and BA in Mathematics (Statistics) from the City University of New York. He currently serves as an international management and development consultant. Dr. Wasserman provides both technical and business program management support to achieve organizationally and projects operational performance. He has served as a consultant to the United States Federal Government Agencies, the United Nations Agencies, World Bank, Asian Development Bank, USAID and the private sector. He has worked in 15 countries in Africa and Asia. Dr. Wasserman facilitates workshops on current issues, new ideas, and best practices in development management.

Atteh

Dr. S. Atteh

Dr. Atteh is the course administrator and director of Hetta International Development Center. Prior to joining Hetta International Development Center, Dr. Atteh had many years of experience working as program directors for many international development programs funded by USAID and private companies in Africa. Dr. Atteh has a versatile experience in international development works including project implementation, project design, fundraising and program management.