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Lenoir and Associates is Back! After eight years as Executive Director of the Black Alliance for Just Immigration, Gerald Lenoir has resumed his work as a consultant to nonprofits organizations, colleges and universities, government agencies, faith-based org... more.
African Heritage Delegation Member
Priority Africa Network
Member of the Editorial Board
Color Delegation IFPB
Member of the People
Bachelor of Business Administration degree
University of Wisconsin , Madison
Gerald Lenoir, of the Black Alliance for Immigration Reform and former head of the anti-Apartheid movement in Seattle spoke on why the Black Lives Matter movement is not just a civil rights struggle but is essentially a struggle for international human rights for people of color in the U.S.
The final Panel on "Reforming the Criminal Justice System", accessed here, included previous speakers Nikkita Oliver, Gerald Lenoir, Vince Warren and added local Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Eric Nalder. Gerald Lenoir, Lenoir and Assossiates Gerald Lenoir, Lenoir and Associates
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Gerald Lenoir has been in and around nonprofit organizations for over 35 years. He was the Executive Director of two nonprofit organizations-the Oakland-based (now Brooklyn-based) Black Alliance for Just Immigration (2006 to 2014) and the San Francisco Black Coalition on AIDS (1989 to 1995). He is the cofounder and past board chair of the HIV Education and Prevention Project of Alameda County (HEPPAC) in Oakland. He is also a founding board member of Priority Africa Network. In addition, he served as a program manager and community organizer for two Seattle-based organizations-the Central Area Motivation Program (CAMP) and the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC). In 1995, Gerald formed Lenoir and Associates and for 11 year provided consultant services to nonprofits organizations and small businesses in California and throughout the country. In September 2014, he resumed his consulting business. Gerald earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Personnel Management from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. He also studied law at UCLA and marketing at the University of Washington, Seattle. In addition, he completed The Art of Leadership training at the Rockwood Leadership Institute and earned a certificate of completion for the AIDS Management Institute of Compass Point Nonprofit Services. Gerald's awards and accolades include a Certificate of Recognition from the California State Assembly, a "Gerald Lenoir Day" Proclamation from the Mayor of San Francisco, the Ubuntu Award from Priority Africa Network, a Certificate of Appreciation from the City of Newark's African Commission, a Community Leadership Award from the National Task Force on AIDS Prevention and the Founder's Award from the HIV Education and Prevention Project of Alameda County. Gerald and his wife Karen live in Berkeley, California and have three sons and four grandchildren.
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Gerald is the coordinator of the Black Alliance for Just Immigration (BAJI), an organization founded in the Oakland/San Francisco Bay Area in April 2006 to support fair and just immigration reform. He is also a co-founder of the Priority Africa Network (PAN), a Bay Area organization that advocates for progressive policies toward Africa and organizes dialogues between African Americans and black immigrants. Gerald has provided leadership for progressive causes for 30 years within the anti-apartheid movement, the anti-racist movement, the peace and solidarity movements, and electoral campaigns.
Gerald Lenoir, Consultant