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Background Information

Employment History

Executive Chairperson

Indian Manpower Planning Consortium

Affiliations

Member
Seneca Nation

Emeritus General Secretary of the International Rights Organization
Methodist Church

Emeritus General Secretary for the General Board
Church and Society of the United Methodist Church.

Member, General Board
United Microelectronics Corporation

Member, General Board
United Microelectronics Corporation

Member, National Committee
CLN

Treasurer
Red Bird Missionary Conference

ADVISORY BOARD Member
Leonard Peltier Defense Committee

General Secretary
GBCS

General Secretary
General Board

Founding Member
Institute for the Study of Harassment of African Americans

General Secretary of the General Board, Presiding Bishop
The Episcopal Church

Head of the General Board
Church Society

General Secretary
National Council

Adjunct Faculty Member
Bexley Hall Seminary

Adjunct Faculty Member
Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School

Adjunct Faculty Member
Crozer Theological School

Education

advanced degrees

Colgate Rochester Divinity School

advanced degrees

The American University

Web References (168 Total References)


News Central

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UMC champion of human rights to speak Oct. 24 -- Thom White Wolf Fassett is a defender of Native and indigenous rights

PULASKI, Tenn. - The annual International Convocation at Martin Methodist College will feature a United Methodist leader who brings a rich and varied background of experience as he works in the field of faith, politics and issues of justice.
Dr. Thom White Wolf Fassett, a citizen of the Seneca Nation of Indians, located in the state of New York, is emeritus General Secretary of the General Board of Church and Society, the international public policy organization of the UMC denomination.
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An internationally recognized champion of human and civil rights and an outspoken defender of Native and indigenous rights, Fassett has traveled throughout the world to assist those whose voices need to be heard: to Zimbabwe and Mozambique as part of a team investigating human rights; to Guatemala as a leader of the International Justice Forum; to Copenhagen, Denmark, as delegate to the United Nations Summit on Social Development; and to other nations around the world, as well as countless American cities, to speak and write for justice and reconciliation.
He received advanced degrees from Colgate Rochester Divinity School and The American University. His experience includes teaching high school English; local pastorates in United Methodist congregations; founding Minister of Urban Mission in Rochester, N.Y.; Urban Affairs Officer for United States Operations, the Xerox Corporation, in which he developed national strategy plans for corporate social responsibility; Special Assistant to the United States Senate and House of Representatives conducting investigations into Federal/Indian policy with the American Indian Policy Review Commission; executive for programming of the General Board of Church and Society; Superintendent of The United Methodist Church in Alaska, District Superintendent in Central New York, and General Secretary of The General Board of Church and Society with headquarters on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., and United Nations offices in New York City.
Fassett has worked extensively in radio and television hosting three radio programs and co-hosting a daily television series that ran for six years during the NBC "Today" program. He has also been extensively involved in civic organizations including service as Executive Chairperson of the Indian Manpower Planning Consortium sponsored by the Seneca Nation of Indians. Fassett has written and published extensively, authoring "Giving Our Hearts Away: Native American Survival," co-authoring four other books with over 200 articles appearing in periodicals and scholarly publications.


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UMC champion of human rights to speak Oct. 24 -- Thom White Wolf Fassett is a defender of Native and indigenous rights

PULASKI, Tenn. - The annual International Convocation at Martin Methodist College will feature a United Methodist leader who brings a rich and varied background of experience as he works in the field of faith, politics and issues of justice.
Dr. Thom White Wolf Fassett, a citizen of the Seneca Nation of Indians, located in the state of New York, is emeritus General Secretary of the General Board of Church and Society, the international public policy organization of the UMC denomination.
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An internationally recognized champion of human and civil rights and an outspoken defender of Native and indigenous rights, Fassett has traveled throughout the world to assist those whose voices need to be heard: to Zimbabwe and Mozambique as part of a team investigating human rights; to Guatemala as a leader of the International Justice Forum; to Copenhagen, Denmark, as delegate to the United Nations Summit on Social Development; and to other nations around the world, as well as countless American cities, to speak and write for justice and reconciliation.
He received advanced degrees from Colgate Rochester Divinity School and The American University. His experience includes teaching high school English; local pastorates in United Methodist congregations; founding Minister of Urban Mission in Rochester, N.Y.; Urban Affairs Officer for United States Operations, the Xerox Corporation, in which he developed national strategy plans for corporate social responsibility; Special Assistant to the United States Senate and House of Representatives conducting investigations into Federal/Indian policy with the American Indian Policy Review Commission; executive for programming of the General Board of Church and Society; Superintendent of The United Methodist Church in Alaska, District Superintendent in Central New York, and General Secretary of The General Board of Church and Society with headquarters on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., and United Nations offices in New York City.
Fassett has worked extensively in radio and television hosting three radio programs and co-hosting a daily television series that ran for six years during the NBC "Today" program. He has also been extensively involved in civic organizations including service as Executive Chairperson of the Indian Manpower Planning Consortium sponsored by the Seneca Nation of Indians. Fassett has written and published extensively, authoring "Giving Our Hearts Away: Native American Survival," co-authoring four other books with over 200 articles appearing in periodicals and scholarly publications.


News Central

www.tnumc.org [cached]

UMC champion of human rights to speak Oct. 24 -- Thom White Wolf Fassett is a defender of Native and indigenous rights

PULASKI, Tenn. - The annual International Convocation at Martin Methodist College will feature a United Methodist leader who brings a rich and varied background of experience as he works in the field of faith, politics and issues of justice.
Dr. Thom White Wolf Fassett, a citizen of the Seneca Nation of Indians, located in the state of New York, is emeritus General Secretary of the General Board of Church and Society, the international public policy organization of the UMC denomination.
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An internationally recognized champion of human and civil rights and an outspoken defender of Native and indigenous rights, Fassett has traveled throughout the world to assist those whose voices need to be heard: to Zimbabwe and Mozambique as part of a team investigating human rights; to Guatemala as a leader of the International Justice Forum; to Copenhagen, Denmark, as delegate to the United Nations Summit on Social Development; and to other nations around the world, as well as countless American cities, to speak and write for justice and reconciliation.
He received advanced degrees from Colgate Rochester Divinity School and The American University. His experience includes teaching high school English; local pastorates in United Methodist congregations; founding Minister of Urban Mission in Rochester, N.Y.; Urban Affairs Officer for United States Operations, the Xerox Corporation, in which he developed national strategy plans for corporate social responsibility; Special Assistant to the United States Senate and House of Representatives conducting investigations into Federal/Indian policy with the American Indian Policy Review Commission; executive for programming of the General Board of Church and Society; Superintendent of The United Methodist Church in Alaska, District Superintendent in Central New York, and General Secretary of The General Board of Church and Society with headquarters on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., and United Nations offices in New York City.
Fassett has worked extensively in radio and television hosting three radio programs and co-hosting a daily television series that ran for six years during the NBC "Today" program. He has also been extensively involved in civic organizations including service as Executive Chairperson of the Indian Manpower Planning Consortium sponsored by the Seneca Nation of Indians. Fassett has written and published extensively, authoring "Giving Our Hearts Away: Native American Survival," co-authoring four other books with over 200 articles appearing in periodicals and scholarly publications.


UMC champion of human rights to ...

www.tnumc.org [cached]

UMC champion of human rights to speak Oct. 24 -- Thom White Wolf Fassett is a defender of Native and indigenous rights

PULASKI, Tenn. - The annual International Convocation at Martin Methodist College will feature a United Methodist leader who brings a rich and varied background of experience as he works in the field of faith, politics and issues of justice.
Dr. Thom White Wolf Fassett, a citizen of the Seneca Nation of Indians, located in the state of New York, is emeritus General Secretary of the General Board of Church and Society, the international public policy organization of the UMC denomination.
...
An internationally recognized champion of human and civil rights and an outspoken defender of Native and indigenous rights, Fassett has traveled throughout the world to assist those whose voices need to be heard: to Zimbabwe and Mozambique as part of a team investigating human rights; to Guatemala as a leader of the International Justice Forum; to Copenhagen, Denmark, as delegate to the United Nations Summit on Social Development; and to other nations around the world, as well as countless American cities, to speak and write for justice and reconciliation.
He received advanced degrees from Colgate Rochester Divinity School and The American University. His experience includes teaching high school English; local pastorates in United Methodist congregations; founding Minister of Urban Mission in Rochester, N.Y.; Urban Affairs Officer for United States Operations, the Xerox Corporation, in which he developed national strategy plans for corporate social responsibility; Special Assistant to the United States Senate and House of Representatives conducting investigations into Federal/Indian policy with the American Indian Policy Review Commission; executive for programming of the General Board of Church and Society; Superintendent of The United Methodist Church in Alaska, District Superintendent in Central New York, and General Secretary of The General Board of Church and Society with headquarters on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., and United Nations offices in New York City.
Fassett has worked extensively in radio and television hosting three radio programs and co-hosting a daily television series that ran for six years during the NBC "Today" program. He has also been extensively involved in civic organizations including service as Executive Chairperson of the Indian Manpower Planning Consortium sponsored by the Seneca Nation of Indians. Fassett has written and published extensively, authoring "Giving Our Hearts Away: Native American Survival," co-authoring four other books with over 200 articles appearing in periodicals and scholarly publications.


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As emeritus General Secretary of the international rights organization of The United Methodist Church, The General Board of Church and Society, Thom White Wolf Fassett brings a rich and varied background of experience now as Superintendent of Finger Lakes South District of The United Methodist Church.
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In these positions or along with them, Dr. Fassett has worked extensively in radio and television hosting three radio programs and co-hosting and producing a daily television series which ran for six years during the NBC "Today" program.He has also been extensively involved in civic organizations including service as Executive Chairperson of the Indian Manpower Planning Consortium sponsored by the Seneca Nation of Indians.Dr. Fassett has written and published extensively co-authoring Human Rights and Responsibilities in a Divided World (Prague, Institute of Philosophy of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, 1996) and Defending Mother Earth, Native American Perspectives on Environmental Justice (New York, Orbis Books, 1996).His numerous articles have appeared in periodicals and scholarly publications and from 1988 until 2000, he was the publisher of Christian Social Action a monthly United Methodist magazine.He has also served as adjunct faculty member of Colgate Rochester Divinity School, Bexley Hall Seminary and Crozer Theological School and has received numerous honors and appears in various international biographical publications.His most recent appointments include serving as a founding member of the Institute for the Study of Harassment of African Americans in Washington, D.C.; Advisory Council, Americans for Humanitarian Trade with Cuba, and advisor to the President's Commission on Race.
Dr. Fassett, an internationally recognized champion of human and civil rights and an outspoken defender of Native and indigenous rights, has traveled throughout the world to assist those whose voices need to be heard--to Zimbabwe and Mozambique as part of a team investigating human rights; to Guatamala as a leader of the International Justice Forum; to Copenhagan, Denmark as delegate to the United Nations Summit on Social Development, and to other nations around the world as well as countless American cities to speak and write for justice and reconciliation.
Dr. Fassett is well known for his activities in conflict resolution/management and mediation and has participated in White House negotiations resulting in the peaceful "invasion" of Haiti by the U.S.; traveled to Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland on a peace mission with the President of the United States; negotiated Cuban principles of religious freedom face to face with Fidel Castro, and played a determining role in breaking a recent impasse' between the United States and Cuba in the case of Elian Gonzalez.

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