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2010 AJ Action Team - S.O.U.N.D.S. of Sanctuary (SOS) Overview

Strategic
Operational
Understanding for a
National
Development
System

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  • 1. S.O.U.N.D.S. OF SANCTUARYUNITY IN THE COMMUNITY, WORLD VIBE – FIGHTING WITH PEACE, NOT FOR ITAJ Action TeamGLOBAL SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GROUPFebruary 22, 2010 People, young and old, from all walks of life relate to the universal language of music and with your support we can unify our actions one rhythm at a time.
  • 2. AJ ACTION TEAM GLOBAL SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GROUPTable of ContentsAbout ParXTC ................................................................................................................................................ 3About FAAVM ............................................................................................................................................... 4 Our Mission ........................................................................................................................................... 4Project Overview........................................................................................................................................... 5Approach ....................................................................................................................................................... 7 Background information ....................................................................................................................... 7 Key Criteria ............................................................................................................................................ 7 Why the time is NOW?.......................................................................................................................... 7 Why AJ Action Team? ........................................................................................................................... 7 Methods ................................................................................................................................................ 7 Approach ............................................................................................................................................... 8 Transparency......................................................................................................................................... 8 Team focus ............................................................................................................................................ 8AJ Action Team Members ............................................................................................................................. 9 Globcal International .......................................................................................................................... 10 eLearning Zoom .................................................................................................................................. 11 Green Technology Institute, Inc. ......................................................................................................... 12 TechCom Marketing Communications................................................................................................ 13 Contact International, Inc. .................................................................................................................. 14 DPro Solutions..................................................................................................................................... 15 Easy Equity Partners, L.P. .................................................................................................................... 16 ABC Financial Literacy Project ............................................................................................................. 17 Explorer Studios .................................................................................................................................. 18 Meredith Polk, CPA, MBA ................................................................................................................... 19 Spinach Technologies .......................................................................................................................... 20 The Immigrant Magazine, Inc. ............................................................................................................ 21 Electro-Spec Industries Sdn Bhd ......................................................................................................... 22 TECH COM ........................................................................................................................................... 23 The Man Productions .......................................................................................................................... 24 Bradshaw & Co .................................................................................................................................... 25 Vegas Interactive Magazine (VIM) ...................................................................................................... 26S.O.U.N.D.S. of Sanctuary – 2010 Master Plan 1
  • 3. AJ ACTION TEAM GLOBAL SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GROUP Global Flying Hospitals ........................................................................................................................ 27 FAAVM Global Campaign to Help Reduce Illiteracy Rate by 50 per cent every 5 years ..................... 28Appendix ..................................................................................................................................................... 29 The United Nations Millennium Development Goals (UN-MDGs) 2015 ............................................ 29Index............................................................................................................................................................ 32S.O.U.N.D.S. of Sanctuary – 2010 Master Plan 2
  • 4. AJ ACTION TEAM GLOBAL SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GROUPAbout ParXTCOriginally founded as a California Limited Liability Company named Wilcomnet LLC in 2003, ParXTC hasbuilt a global brand for “andrewwilliamsjr” among CEOs by employing state-of-the-art social mediamarketing, digital marketing, distance learning, multi-lingual communications and sales methods,programs and platforms.We have mobilized a unique campaign called the “AJ Action Team” to support the creation of theSounds of Sanctuary Master Plan and to have it introduced into North America and Internationalmarkets through our virtual business identity support services for governments, non-profits, trusts,NGO’s, business entities high net-worth individuals, and sovereign funds, sourced, accessed anddeliverable worldwide.Our team will empower Spanish Town Entertainment to leverage strategic alliances with commoditiesbrokers, cross-border ventures, mergers and acquisition projects and venture capital opportunities andproviders worldwide.Our team members have the experience to provide asset management, insurance, real estate, mortgagebanking, hedge fund and related instruments, programs, platforms and solutions.We look forward to working together with the people of Bermuda to a “best practices” model projectthat will be an example to marginal-at-risk communities around the world.S.O.U.N.D.S. of Sanctuary – 2010 Master Plan 3
  • 5. AJ ACTION TEAM GLOBAL SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GROUPAbout FAAVMThe FAAVM is a non-profit organization, whereas our major focus involves using various multifunctionalcivil rights programmes to help our mostly disadvantaged, underprivileged minorities as men, womenand children. Via the FAAVM multilateral humanitarian systems, and activities, were able to reach outto these people who are very difficult to reach via more traditional-type programmes. We then usethese activities to help improve the quality of life of these disadvantaged communities nationwide andworldwide.Our all-volunteer network nationwide program is comprised of several components, all having to dowith providing meaningful and positive educational, socio-cultural, spiritual, economic, political andoverall human development activities for our mostly economically disadvantaged nationwide andworldwide.A major objective is our use of national and international legally binding humanitarian instruments,norms, precepts and principles in order to intervene to outreach communities that are often verydifficult to otherwise reach. We are then able to impact these communities in many positive ways. Wepromote early education, child welfare, gender equity, social justice, global peace and socio economicdevelopment, youth empowerment and the overall growth and advancement process. We emphasizeon maximizing positive human potential, drug education/prevention, healthy living, decreased streetviolence, improved reading and writing skills, and learning to respect others from diverse backgrounds.Our MissionOur Mission is help to reduce poverty and encourage economic growth. The debate on globalization andthe fights against discrimination only serve to increase awareness about how much is at stake in socialdevelopment. Our goals are ambitious: to improve the quality of life and extend socioeconomic benefitsand empowerment broadly throughout civil societies, governments and minority communities. Now weare seeking a growing consensus from both governments and wealthier communities around the worldand a renewed commitment on the part of national and international civil communities andgovernments to collaborate and harmonize the many efforts under way.FAAVM organization is involved in nearly every aspect of human rights, civil rights and humandevelopment, with activities ranging from economic development and advancement, legislativeresearch projects, global partnership and trade, to financial and technical assistance from governmentsand private enterprises. The FAAVM plays an important supporting role as developing communities toshape, and implement their strategies to reduce poverty and stimulate human growth. We also place ahigh priority on communicating knowledge about development.S.O.U.N.D.S. of Sanctuary – 2010 Master Plan 4
  • 6. AJ ACTION TEAM GLOBAL SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GROUPProject OverviewThe AJ Action Team under the leadership of Andrew Williams Jr. Team that will co-ordinate aninternational group of achieved experts throughout a wide range of socio-economic, cultural,political and environmental fields to help create the S.O.U.N.D.S. of Sanctuary Master Plan.The aim is to reduce the impact of poverty while improving health, education, and theenvironment, by advancing local and international trade, youth entrepreneurship, minoritybusinesses, gender equity, and multinational partnership alliances and coalition building.These goals provide a focus for the efforts of FAAVM through other multilateral andmultinational organizations, governments, and other partners in the development communityon significant and measurable long term improvements.The AJ Action Team goals also establish yardsticks for measuring paramount and blueprintresults, not just for underprivileged communities but also for the richer and wealthiercommunities and government institutions that help fund development programs and for themultilateral institutions that work to implement these goals.The AJ Action Team goals for Bermuda are as follows: 1. Reduce poverty within disadvantaged and underprivileged communities across Bermuda. 2. Achieve national primary and basic educations by ensuring that boys and girls successfully complete primary and basic academic schooling. 3. Promote gender equity and empower women to eliminate gender disparities and inequities at all levels of education, civil societies, corporate sectors and governments. 4. Combat HIV/AIDS, drug abuse, street violence, youth delinquency societal challenges. 5. Develop a global partnership for development to expand local and national businesses and international trade market accessibilities. 6. Develop local, national and international corporate mechanisms and corporate industries. 7. Launching prospective research studies, exploring what form of education, science, cultural and communication will be needed in shaping Bermudan present and future generations.S.O.U.N.D.S. of Sanctuary – 2010 Master Plan 5
  • 7. AJ ACTION TEAM GLOBAL SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GROUP 8. Advancing the transfer and sharing of knowledge, which relies primarily on research, training and scientific teaching activities. 9. Setting national standards by preparing and adopting national and international human rights, corporate, organizational instruments and statutory recommendations in the fields of education, science, culture, and human rights. 10. Sharing and exchanging specialized information. 11. Promoting human rights and peace. 12. To reduce civil and human rights violations within and amongst communities by enforcing national judicial principles and mechanisms through specific legislations. 13. Initiating and launching specific research studies in the fields of international justice. 14. Advancing and implementing civil and legal competence. 15. Maintaining and promoting a Bermuda that is fair and just for every citizen. 16. Monitoring the national and international justice systems and securing the rule of law. 17. Combating and eliminating inequities among disadvantaged communities. 18. Protect human rights, pluralist democracy, and the rule of law. 19. Promote civil rights awareness and encourage the development and protection of Bermudas multicultural identity and societal diversity. 20. Seek legal solutions to problems facing Bermudan societies, including discrimination against minorities, xenophobia, intolerance, and environmental protection. 21. Help consolidate and strengthen democratic stability in Bermuda by backing political, legislative, and constitutional reform.S.O.U.N.D.S. of Sanctuary – 2010 Master Plan 6
  • 8. AJ ACTION TEAM GLOBAL SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GROUPApproachBackground information Socio-economic, political, environmental and humanitarian issues and challenges facing communities worldwide, with few exceptions, are well known through numerous expert studies done over recent decades. Actions on recommendations, however, have not been forthcoming.Key Criteria a. Avoid the mistakes that have been previously made, and apply lessons learned. b. Serve to develop stronger collaboration and establish sustainable mechanisms. c. Address minority socio-economic issues with practical proven solutions.Why the time is NOW? Bermuda is a small island state that is a perfect environment for championing human rights, justice and the rule of law, and socio economic and political order. PARXTC and FAAVM have established the AJ Action Team to enable a group of accomplished and achieved international experts originating from all parts of the world; to deliver long term sustainable solutions to the Government of Bermuda and Bermudian citizens.Why AJ Action Team? The AJ Action Team has been established as a Global Group of Experts (GGE) specifically addressing and establishing sustainable structures and mechanism to offer long term solutions, with the proven expertise to deliver direct-action socio-economic, political, cultural, humanitarian and environmental programs to assist in implementing the United Nations Millennium Development Goals – UNMDG 2015.Methods The socio-economic challenges of Bermudians have been identified by on-going reports and studies, consultation with individuals, government entities and other national and international related institutions specializing in socio-cultural and political issues. The creation and establishment of AJ Action Team clearly responds with proposed practical and sustainable solutions and long term tangible projects.S.O.U.N.D.S. of Sanctuary – 2010 Master Plan 7
  • 9. AJ ACTION TEAM GLOBAL SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GROUPApproach AJ Action Team is established as an international group of experts with the proven track expertise required to lead on-going and long term projects to help Bermudan communities through local, national and international collaborations with individuals, civil societies and government institution for lasting results.TransparencyJust as we anticipate, our continued cooperation shall have full transparency; we know thatanyone who will be contributing financially or with equipment, facilities, and services willexpect the same transparency from FAAVM and AJ Action Team. That is why we will bepartnering with large national and/or international accounting firms that specialize in charitableand non-profit, businesses, government contracts, bookkeeping and financial services. Everydonation, contracts and contribution will be recorded, tracked, and reported in order to ensurecomplete transparency.Team focusThe AJ Action Team experts are involved in nearly every aspect of human rights, socioeconomicdevelopment, and political reform; humanitarian and environmental activities ranging from civilrights enforcement, human rights promotions, socio economic research, development andanalysis, to financial and technical assistance to and from governments, private enterprises andcorporate enterprises. The AJ Action Team shall therefore play a crucial supporting roletowards developing paramount sustainable programs and projects to the Government ofBermuda and civil societies, aiming to shape and implement their strategies to stimulate socioeconomic growth.S.O.U.N.D.S. of Sanctuary – 2010 Master Plan 8
  • 10. AJ ACTION TEAM GLOBAL SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GROUPAJ Action Team MembersThe core institutions that make up the AJ Action Team are specialized in various aspects ofhuman rights, civil rights and poverty reduction.Their corporate expertise, however, is geared toward the overarching goal of socio, economic,political and cultural transformation to advance and achieve the United Nations MillenniumDevelopment Goals 2015 using Bermuda as a role model destination for other communities.S.O.U.N.D.S. of Sanctuary – 2010 Master Plan 9
  • 11. AJ ACTION TEAM GLOBAL SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GROUPGlobcal InternationalGlobcal International is the leadership and support organization for a network of nearly700 internationally based ambassadors, celebrities, and other public figures in 87countries and territories where our cooperative structure is received whom in turnpromote their agendas that they have verified.Our program advances the common good, creating opportunities for a better life for all,by focusing on education, awareness, practice and demonstration of our joint integral values. TheGlobcal International movement mobilizes millions to action -- to give, advocate and volunteer inapproved programs on-line to improve the conditions globally and locally.This is a cooperative non-profit organization and further a consortium of others established for thepublic benefit at-large; we all benefit and we all help one and other to fulfill our global missions asambassador representatives, celebrities, public figures and world leaders from all over the worldthrough a transparent news posting platform for open commentary and sharing within social networkplatforms and within the social media under basic practical manners and under diplomatic protocol.Please leave the ego at the door and be prepared to roll-up your sleeves and help promote a globalworld view that we can all share everywhere direct democracy between the people and globalprotagonists..Change the world now yourself, or you be changed by the people who have taken control of the planet.S.O.U.N.D.S. of Sanctuary – 2010 Master Plan 10
  • 12. AJ ACTION TEAM GLOBAL SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GROUPeLearning ZoomMissioneLearningZoom is dedicated to developing and offering advanced anduser-friendly online training solutions. In turn, experts and trainingprofessionals will be able to build, deliver, and manage online training solutions for employees,partners, and prospective clients anytime and anywhere.VisionOur vision at eLearningZoom is quite simpleConsultants, employers, and schools need a cost-effective solution to training and teaching. Just asMicrosoft Office improved the way that their programs work, eLearningZoom enables our customers tobuild web based training courses and tests without all of the hassles. We are dedicated to continuallyimproving upon our system.eLearningZoom gives anybody the ability to train and teach without having to install and/or downloadexpensive software. Our entire system is web-based, and we offer a secure and private environment.We are committed to deliver the best of class technologies with the best high-valued price in theindustry.Founders BioMatt Fok is the founder and CEO at eLearningZoom. Matt Fok has over 15 years experience in productmanagement and strategy planning experience. Prior to founding eLearningZoom, he has held roles ofSenior Product Manager, Strategy Manager and Director of Product Management in enterprise softwarecompanies such as Remedy Corporation, Siebel Systems, Kana Software, Lucent Technologies, and IBM.He also has had rich experience working as an Online Adjunct Professor for several top onlineuniversities for over five years. He works with online learners and facilitators on a daily basis andunderstands the challenges of delivering a simple to use cost-effective online training solution.Matt holds an MBA from the University of San Francisco and a BS with honours in Electrical Engineeringfrom California Polytechnic State, Luis Obispo, where he graduated Eta Kappa Nu (National Electrical andComputer Engineering Honour Society).S.O.U.N.D.S. of Sanctuary – 2010 Master Plan 11
  • 13. AJ ACTION TEAM GLOBAL SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GROUPGreen Technology Institute, Inc.Project Green Haiti is a roadmap to rebuild Haiti’sdevastated economy into a green economy in order tocreate a sustainable future.The Earthquake Emergency Solar Dome TeleVillageInitiative project offers a framework, platform, and tools for the homeless to gain the knowledge theyneed to direct their economic destiny and improve their lives.The mission is to create a network of Solar Dome TeleVillage connected to the Internet and poweredwith solar energy throughout the country. Our vision is to educate and empower the poor and homelessof the world to gain the knowledge and capabilities that will enable them to create a high standard ofliving in a global sustainable future.We are at the end of the Industrial Revolution and the beginning of the Green Technology andInformation Revolutions in which renewable energy and digital technology will power and inform a newentrepreneurial Age of Distributed Power -- and Distributed Empowerment.Project Green Haiti in 1995In the summer of 1995, Les Hamasaki, President of SUN Utility Network, Inc. initiated Project Green Haitiin an effort to introduce solar thermal vacuum tube technology for solar medical autoclave system tosterilize medical instruments for a clinic in Port-au-Prince and for a hospital in Mombin-Croehu, aremote hospital. The project was funded through the Medical Benevolence Foundation in Houston,Texas.Mr. Hamasaki joined a team of volunteers made up of Dr. Hank Watt, medical doctor and solar medicalautoclave innovator Khanh Dinh to install the systems in Haiti with the help of local solar contractors.Solar photovoltaic systems were providing electricity to both of these facilities. According to recentreports, the solar medical autoclaves were still operating to sterilize medical instruments used foroperations.Homeless and Jobless to Homeownership Green Jobs CorpsThe Million Solar Homes Foreclosure Jobs Initiative is a "Green Jobs Corps" framework plan androadmap to transition America from the current Gray Economy built on coal and oil to a Green Economybuilt on renewable resources, sustainable energy, and energy conservation.The strategic plan is to put millions of unemployed and/or homeless back to work by reinvesting inAmerica’s energy security and energy independence. The goal is for the homeless to becomehomeowners as well as the jobless to become part of the growing green collar workforce.S.O.U.N.D.S. of Sanctuary – 2010 Master Plan 12
  • 14. AJ ACTION TEAM GLOBAL SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GROUPTechCom Marketing CommunicationsAs choices among products continue to increase, customers are taking thetime to find out more about products before they buy.This major sales challenge faces most companies. At TechCom, we have the experience and knowledgeto help you manage this challenge with effective marketing communications.Our mission is to help technology companies communicate a products existence and benefits tocustomers with the goal of establishing buying relationships that last.We begin this process by gaining a base of understanding. This means finding out about you, yourcustomers, your competitors, the marketplace in which you operate, and most importantly, your vision.Once we know who you are and what you need to achieve, we work with you to narrow down how toreach new prospects and how to influence your current customers to continue to buy your product.With a focus on your customer base, we will help you develop a process that relates to your sales andmarketing goals. Then we put it to work for you.S.O.U.N.D.S. of Sanctuary – 2010 Master Plan 13
  • 15. AJ ACTION TEAM GLOBAL SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GROUPContact International, Inc.Contact International (CI) is a premiere business management firmspecializing in trade and investment initiatives. The company wasfounded in 1989 with an established track record in executing majorinitiatives for governments and corporations, whose quest is to developbusiness opportunities, partnerships with various nations around theglobe.With expertise in multiple industries, Contact International helps facilitate and promote development,investment and trade by fostering innovation that builds competitive advantages for the economicbenefit of all parties involved. In today’s global economy, the ability to perform knowledgeably acrosscontinents is critical.CI is a gateway that enables business, countries and organizations to tap into the wealth of trade andinvestment opportunities available on the global marketplace.With corporate headquarters in Beverly Hills, California and international offices in Belize, CentralAmerica, Contact International provides a passport to the world. Our professional team has vastinternational resources and can effectively communicate at any level. At CI, we help you gain the accessnecessary to meet your business objectives and, more importantly, create long-lasting alliances.Contact International was originally formed as a means to advocate humanitarian efforts across thecontinent of Africa. Over the last twenty years, CI has established a reputation for high ethical standardsand excellence, and has gained bipartisan respect and support around the world. Today, CI a leadinginitiator for the empowerment of sustainable development in numerous countries and has multiplestrategic alliances that empowers the sharing of resources and ideas.S.O.U.N.D.S. of Sanctuary – 2010 Master Plan 14
  • 16. AJ ACTION TEAM GLOBAL SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GROUPDPro SolutionsDProSolutions is a company that combines the bestpractices in technology, operations, marketing andbranding while allowing for the flexibility to pick, chooseand create custom functionality to meet unique businessneeds. We work within your existing infrastructure andinternal skill sets, making it easy and cost-effective to deploy and maintain without the pain andresource strain often created by major development efforts. We provide the structure, programminglogic, control, graphic designs, hosting and more in order to make your website project manageable.DProSolutions have the structure in place to make sure that each aspect and milestone of your project iscompleted on time and within budget.We have a combined 30 years of experience in website development and providing hosting services. Ourclients include small businesses, individuals as well as large organizations. We have all the resourcesnecessary to fulfill your website development needs. We employ several rapid-development solutions toget the job done right.DProSolutions provide business services that are designed with small and mid size businesses in mind.Our certified technicians provide fast, affordable business computer service and technical computerhelp - offering same day, weekend and evening appointments. Let us be your IT department for afraction of the cost! Business services are listed below:  Managed Services  Data Backup and Recovery  Website Design and Hosting  Technology Consulting  Troubleshoot and Repair  Software Training  Remote Managed Services  Network Monitoring and Management  Remote Data Backup  Computer and Network Security  Shared Internet Office Solutions  Email Server and Mobile Device SupportS.O.U.N.D.S. of Sanctuary – 2010 Master Plan 15
  • 17. AJ ACTION TEAM GLOBAL SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GROUPEasy Equity Partners, L.P.All securities business with EASY EQUITYMANAGEMENT, L.P. is conducted based on writtenagreements between the customer and EASYEQUITY MANAGEMENT, L.P. These agreements arethe only contractual relationship between EASYEQUITY MANAGEMENT, L.P. and its customers and the terms of those agreements are binding on bothparties. No other representation, whether made in person, verbally, written or on-line electronically inwritten, graphical or verbal communication may change the terms of those agreements.This site has been designed for informational purposes only and does not constitute an offer to sell or asolicitation of an offer to buy any security, which may be referenced upon the site. Such offers can onlybe made where lawful under applicable law. The services and information provided through this site arefor personal, non-commercial use and display. EASY EQUITY MANAGEMENT, L.P. does not intend toprovide investment advice through this site and does not represent that the securities or servicesdiscussed are suitable for any investor. Investors are advised not to rely on any information contained inthe site in the process of making a fully informed investment decision. EASY EQUITY MANAGEMENT,L.P. does not, and this site does not intend to render tax or legal advice.S.O.U.N.D.S. of Sanctuary – 2010 Master Plan 16
  • 18. AJ ACTION TEAM GLOBAL SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GROUPABC Financial Literacy ProjectLess than 10% of high school graduates receive any financialeducation. The ABC Financial Literacy project is here to changethat, not only with classroom education and materials, but with areal life experience of running, and owning their own business.Approximately 75% of Americans live financially month to month. The ABC Financial Literacy Project wasfounded to make a change, because we believe that ordinary people can accomplish extraordinarythings, and live the lifestyle they dream of with the right guidance.The ABC Financial Literacy Project is determined to offer a real life business experience to every parentand child, by choosing to work with a company that prides itself in a financial crusade to educatefamilies across America.So won’t you join us to stamp out financial illiteracy in our nation - one kid at a time?S.O.U.N.D.S. of Sanctuary – 2010 Master Plan 17
  • 19. AJ ACTION TEAM GLOBAL SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GROUPExplorer StudiosExplorer Studios, Inc. is a full service, professional video productioncompany that help guide a client from concept to execution. Thisincludes scriptwriting to shooting along with editing and replication.Whether you are looking for Professional, Broadcast, or High Definitionvideo, we will work within the financial and creative parameters given to us our clients.In addition to providing turnkey productions, Explorer Studios also provide professional on-locationproduction services in the Southern California area. Explorer Studios can provide production across thecountry and around the world.Additional services include video editing, interactive programming, custom sound design, voice over,and DVD authoring. Explorer Studios is proud of its reputation for putting the client first. The highenergy level we bring, as well as our “client-first” attitude has created a successful environment for bothExplorer Studios and the vast number of clients we serve.It is our limitless creativity with production and technical expertise, as well as expert marketing strategythat brings the highest possible level of quality and service to our client base and the communities weserve.S.O.U.N.D.S. of Sanctuary – 2010 Master Plan 18
  • 20. AJ ACTION TEAM GLOBAL SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GROUPMeredith Polk, CPA, MBAOur MissionOur mission is to identify financial and tax problems and to propose and implement creative andworkable solutions. The second part of our mission is to plan so that problems rarely occur. We willprovide old fashion service to business, individuals and non profits using state of the art techniques andequipment to accomplish this mission of excellence and professionalism.Our TeamMeredith draws upon 30 plus years of ownership of his firm to bring real world experience to make hisaccounting, business and tax advice informative and enjoyable. Meredith has a varied accountingbackground, but where he shines is in the not-for-profit auditing and accounting.Areas of Expertise  Accounting and Certified Audits  Non Profit Entities  Taxation, Individual, Corporation, Estates and Exempt Organization  Discussion Leader for seminars  Setting up Accounting SystemsRobyn T. Elliott, CPARobyn has a broad based experience in financial management, including controller of corporate andnon-profit organizations. She is effective in working with board of directors, management and staff.Her experience in implementing accounting programs and procedures makes her a pleasant person towork with on this nail biting project.In rounding out her accounting background she took the necessary steps to gain an expertise inproviding accounting, tax planning and preparations for non-profit, corporation, partnerships, trusts andindividuals.EducationProfessional and Civic Involvement: 1. Asian American Drug Abuse Program, Past President and Treasurer 2. Instructor, Pacific Coast Regional Small Business Development Corporation Entrepreneurial Training Institute 3. Instructor, City of Compton, Business Assistance CenterS.O.U.N.D.S. of Sanctuary – 2010 Master Plan 19
  • 21. AJ ACTION TEAM GLOBAL SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GROUPSpinach TechnologiesSpinach Technologies is a Services Company, based out of Chennai,India, offering business and technology solutions to clientsworldwide. Spinach offers IT Enabled Services and IT Services with aunique delivery model to solve business problems of its clients.Spinach offers a comprehensive suite of IT enabled voice based consumer Connect & prospectingservices Provide pre and after sales voice support on behalf of it clients Business Intelligence & AnalyticsServices Offshore Technology development, consulting & Solutioning Services Engineering Design &product Development support Services Spinach core is proposition is Technology, process and domainknowledge.Spinach has versatile technology Solutioning capabilities; we work across platforms and are totallycustomer centric and agnostic to any technology domain. Though we have our expertise in certaintechnology domains we prefer to choose the right solution for every single client.Our core principles of 101% delivery exceed client expectations and win him for life, process &innovation drives profits, motivated people build capabilities and self initiative drives customersatisfaction.Spinach believes in collaborating with its clients to build new competencies by leveraging the combinedstrengths for the long term.S.O.U.N.D.S. of Sanctuary – 2010 Master Plan 20
  • 22. AJ ACTION TEAM GLOBAL SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GROUPThe Immigrant Magazine, Inc.We are a multi-media corporation thatspecializes in the development anddistribution of media that focuses on the United States growing and ever -changing ethnicpopulation. As the voice of the American immigrant we provide this audience withpublications that will enhance their experience in America and forums to address theirunique concerns and interests.S.O.U.N.D.S. of Sanctuary – 2010 Master Plan 21
  • 23. AJ ACTION TEAM GLOBAL SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GROUPElectro-Spec Industries Sdn BhdFrom surface finishing completing contractmanufacturing of components, we cater to yourspecific needs. Equipped with trained staff andequipment with no expense spared quality policy, we provide a variety of services including die casting,metal stamping, and a variety of surface finishing. A variety of common solutions are available off theshelf. From furniture hardware, refrigerator and cold room accessories, electrical panel accessories, tofurniture hardware, we provide readymade solutions to your need.S.O.U.N.D.S. of Sanctuary – 2010 Master Plan 22
  • 24. AJ ACTION TEAM GLOBAL SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GROUPTECH COMTechCom is a customer-driven, quality-oriented company. Wehave been in business for over twenty-six years, providing ourcustomers with the absolute best in:  Product cutaways  Trade show exhibits  Interactive electronic exhibits  Research and writing for technical manuals  Technical graphics  Custom software  Electronic simulatorsTechCom also produces technical manuals. For one client, we produce all data in SGML and HTMLformats. This data is then imported into the company’s publishing system where it goes directly intotheir Online Information system. The time from information creation to information utilization has beencompressed to, at times, less than a day. Where actual manuals are required, the same material isprinted. TechCom also produces manuals for other clients in other formats. We work from actualproduct and from engineering drawings to produce the manuals. Contact us for complete information.S.O.U.N.D.S. of Sanctuary – 2010 Master Plan 23
  • 25. AJ ACTION TEAM GLOBAL SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GROUPThe Man ProductionsThe Man Productions was founded in Montreal in 2005 by filmmakerSophia Male to produce the documentary "Democracy 4 Dummies".Sophia shoots, edits, writes, directs, and produces, so The ManProductions is a one stop shop. Since Sophias last name is Male, shethought it would be funny to call her production company "The Man", and she also takes great joy inpoking fun at "The Man". Her first film "Democracy 4 Dummies" makes fun of the political system, butalso teaches people how to use it. So she hopes we can all be "The Man" and in part wants to discouragethe feeling of victimization in an often corrupt world. In 2009, Sophia opened an office in Los Angeles,and continues to develop her own projects and help others create their own films.S.O.U.N.D.S. of Sanctuary – 2010 Master Plan 24
  • 26. AJ ACTION TEAM GLOBAL SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GROUPBradshaw & CoBradshaw & Co. is a network of experienced professionals,and subject matter experts. We represent variousdisciplines, and diverse industries. We specialize in helpingyou reach your goals. We are based in Los Angeles, effectivenationwide. Use us to make the breakthrough of Personal Growth that will lead to Professional Success.We are based in Los Angeles, and effective nationwide. Use us to make the breakthrough of PersonalGrowth that will lead to Professional Success. Fees are hourly, by retainer or project based. We have aBoard of Advisors from diverse areas, with an average of 21 years experience in their field of expertise.Examples of these areas are sales, computer programming, education, real estate, medicine,psychology, marketing, finance, consulting, automotive, (IT) information technology, law, andgovernment. We have only listed a sampling of our services.Please feel free to contact us for a free phone consultation on how we can help you and your businesssucceed.S.O.U.N.D.S. of Sanctuary – 2010 Master Plan 25
  • 27. AJ ACTION TEAM GLOBAL SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GROUPVegas Interactive Magazine (VIM)Vegas Interactive Magazine (VIM) is the answer towhatever our readers are looking for. This is an instantgratification society...this is what the internet gives all ofus.As a media firm in Las Vegas, our parent company C4S Productions recognizes the myriad of arenaswe have in the Global community... entertainment, education, health & beauty issues, businesses andcommunity organizations. All of these areas and lots more are covered in VIM.You may be asking, why a digital / interactive magazine? We offer what print cannot; interactivetechnology mixed with traditional media geared to stimulate our immediate gratification society whichare both Internet and cellular smart phone savvy.This magazine is designed with our readers in mind. We look forward to your comments andsuggestions as well as your advertising and article contributions. Our ultimate goal is to beentertaining and informative; to contribute to the lives of millions of people around the World andfunction as a lightning rod for anyone launching, supporting or sustaining a business.S.O.U.N.D.S. of Sanctuary – 2010 Master Plan 26
  • 28. AJ ACTION TEAM GLOBAL SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GROUPGlobal Flying HospitalsGlobal Flying Hospitals is a non-profit humanitarian healthorganization which provides mobile medical access to state-of-the-art urgent and preventative medical care for people in over100 developing countries. GFH performs life saving surgicalprocedures through our medical missions. Additionally, weprovide medical training, equipment and supplies which extends our healing work.GFH wings hope, healing, and healthcare education around the world on board aircraft speciallydesigned for self-contained surgical suites and roll-off medical support. Funding for the vision derivesfrom corporate sponsorships, grants and donations, national healthcare contracts, and internationalfundraising centers.One Third of the children and adults on this planet are in urgent need of medical care. Over 100countries around the world have a dire medical need but are without the trained personnel, thefacilities, the logistical infrastructure or sufficient funds to provide the life saving care.S.O.U.N.D.S. of Sanctuary – 2010 Master Plan 27
  • 29. AJ ACTION TEAM GLOBAL SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GROUPFAAVM Global Campaign to Help Reduce Illiteracy Rate by50 per cent every 5 yearsPrimary and basic educations for Rural People are preliminarysteps toward reducing illiteracy and setting forth the stage tocommunicate Sustainable Development knowledge to addressrural-urban socio-economic and human and civil rights disparities.About 70 percent of the poor populations live in rural areas. Education is a basic right in itself and anessential prerequisite for achieving all the Millennium Development Goals including reducing poverty,improving the living conditions of rural people and building a food-secure world. Even so, childrensaccess to education in rural areas is still much lower than in urban areas, adult illiteracy is muchhigher and the quality of education is poorer. This is the reason why, in 2002, during the WorldSummit on Sustainable Development (WSSD), the FAO Sustainable Development Department -Extension, Education and Communication Service (SDRE) and UNESCO established a partnership onEducation for Rural People (ERP) within the International Alliance Against Hunger (IAAH) andEducation for All (EFA) initiatives. The partnership seeks to address rural-urban disparities, which area serious concern to governments and the international community as a whole. The partnership, ledby FAO, is a call for member countries, United Nations agencies, Civil Society, academic institutionsand private sector for coordinated, increased efforts in targeting rural people’s needs by promotingincreased access to quality basic education.FAAVM aims to play a vital role within a global movement to meet the learning needs of all children,youth and adults by 2015. The movement is launched in 2010 to advance the United NationsMillennium Development Goals (MDGs) to massively reduce illiteracy rate by 50 per cent by 2015.FAAVM communities work to promote the following six (6) grassroots pillars to achieve globaleducation and reduce illiteracy, and identified six key measurable educational programs which aim tomeet the learning needs of all children, youth and adults by 2015.The six educational pillars are:  Goal 1: Build and expand early childhood education, through community school programs  Goal 2: Build and Provide free access to primary education and basic literacy courses for all  Goal 3: Develop and deliver learning and life skills for young people and adults  Goal 4: Reduce adult illiteracy by 50 per cent  Goal 5: Achieve gender equity amongst boys and girls, men and women by 2015  Goal 6: Provide basic access to basic educationThe FAAVM goals are to contribute to the global pursuit of the eight Millennium Development Goals(MDGs), especially MDG 2 on universal primary education and MDG 3 on gender equality in education,by 2015. FAAVM has also pledged to lead the global movement and coordinate the internationalefforts to reach Education for All. We shall work alongside Governments, development agencies, civilsociety, United Nations bodies, humanitarian relief organizations, non-government organizations andthe media to reach these goals firstly at the local levels.Building Schools Campaign Oversees - Basic Access to Education for allThe benefits of education go way beyond the obvious advantages of improving life chances. In theworld, as in most developing countries, life can be very precarious and education can be the key to aperson’s very survival, and a route out of poverty. In our campaign activities we have seen manyseverely disadvantaged communities. Getting the means to provide sustainable help for them can bevery difficult. However, we shall work directly with NGOs, international Governments, StrategicHumanitarian Services, for the building and rebuilding schools, with a full feasibility study of theproject, together with a complete breakdown of the costs involved and the level of communityparticipation that has been promised and can be achieved.S.O.U.N.D.S. of Sanctuary – 2010 Master Plan 28
  • 30. AJ ACTION TEAM GLOBAL SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GROUPAppendixThe United Nations Millennium Development Goals (UN-MDGs) 2015The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) were developed out of the eight chapters of the UnitedNations Millennium Declaration, signed in September 2000. There are eight goals with 21 targets, anda series of measurable indicators for each target.GOAL 1: ERADICATE EXTREME POVERTY & HUNGERTarget 1: Halve the proportion of people living on less than $1 a day - Higher food prices may push 100 million people deeper into poverty - Conflict and natural disasters leaves many displaced and impoverishedTarget 2: Achieve full and productive employment and decent work for all, including women andyoung people - Full employment remains a distant possibility - Low-paying jobs leave one in five developing country workers mired in poverty - Half the world’s workforce toil in unstable, insecure jobsTarget 3: Halve, between 1990 and 2015, the proportion of people who suffer from hunger - Rising food prices threaten limited gains in alleviating child malnutritionGOAL 2: ACHIEVE UNIVERSAL PRIMARY EDUCATIONTarget 1: Ensure that, by 2015, children everywhere, boys and girls alike, will be able to complete afull course of primary schooling. - Enrolment in primary education - Completion of primary education - Literacy of 15-24 year olds, female and male - Political will, coupled with targeted investments, have yielded widespread progress in primary school enrolment, poverty’s grip keeps children out of schoolGOAL 3: PROMOTE GENDER EQUALITY AND EMPOWER WOMENTarget 1: Eliminate gender disparity in primary and secondary education, preferably by 2005, and inall levels of education no later than 2015 - Ratios of girls to boys in primary, secondary and tertiary education - Share of women in wage employment in the non-agricultural sector - Proportion of seats held by women in national parliament - Girls still wait for equal primary school access in some regions - Women slowly gain ground in political decision-making, but progress is erratic and marked by regional differences, Job opportunities open up, but women often remain trapped in insecure, low-paid positions.GOAL 4: REDUCE CHILD MORTALITYTarget 1: Reduce by two thirds, between 1990 and 2015, the under-five mortality rateDespite progress, deaths of fewer than five children remain unacceptably high Vaccinations haveslashed deaths from measles.S.O.U.N.D.S. of Sanctuary – 2010 Master Plan 29
  • 31. AJ ACTION TEAM GLOBAL SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GROUPGOAL 5: IMPROVE MATERNAL HEALTHTarget 1: Reduce by three quarters the maternal mortality ratio - The high risk of dying in pregnancy or childbirth continues unabated in sub-Saharan Africa and Southern Asia - Little progress has been made in saving mothers’ lives - Skilled health workers at delivery are key to improving outcomesTarget 2: Achieve universal access to reproductive health - Antenatal care is on the rise everywhere - Adolescent fertility is declining slowly - An unmet need for family planning undermines achievement of several other goalsGOAL 6: COMBAT HIV/AIDS, MALARIA AND OTHER DISEASESTarget 1: Have halted by 2015 and begun to reverse the spread of HIV/AIDS - Despite small victories, AIDS continues to take a terrible toll, especially in sub-Saharan Africa In almost every region, women represent a growing share of people living with HIV Prevention program are yielding results - Antiretroviral drugs are adding years to peoples’ lives, but the need for treatment still outpaces the available supply - Planning for children orphaned by AIDS is increasing, but tangible support is slow in comingTarget 2: Achieve, by 2010, universal access to treatment for HIV/AIDS for all those who need it - Antiretroviral drugs are adding years to peoples’ lives, but the need for treatment still outpaces the available supply - Planning for children orphaned by AIDS is increasing, but tangible support is slow in comingTarget 3: Have halted by 2015 and begun to reverse the incidence of malaria and other majordiseases - Despite tremendous progress, use of insecticide-treated mosquito nets falls short of global targets - New malaria treatment strategies are effective, but underutilized - Progress towards tuberculosis targets is mixed - Halving the tuberculosis prevalence rate by 2015 is unlikelyGOAL 7: ENSURE ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITYTarget 1: Integrate the principles of sustainable development into country policies and programs andreverse the loss of environmental resources - Immediate action is needed to contain rising greenhouse gas emissions - Success in limiting ozone-depleting substances is also helping to mitigate climate changeTarget 2: Reduce biodiversity loss, achieving, by 2010, a significant reduction in the rate of loss - Marine areas and land conservation need greater attention - Deforestation slows and more forests are designated for biodiversity conservation - The number of species threatened with extinction is rising rapidly - Fish stocks require improved fisheries management to reduce depletionS.O.U.N.D.S. of Sanctuary – 2010 Master Plan 30
  • 32. AJ ACTION TEAM GLOBAL SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GROUPTarget 3: Halve, by 2015, the proportion of the population without sustainable access to safe drinkingwater and basic sanitation - Almost half of the world’s population face a scarcity of water - More people are using improved sanitation facilities, but meeting the target will require a redoubling of efforts - In developing regions, nearly one in four uses no form of sanitation - Though access to improved drinking water has expanded, nearly one billion people do without - Women shoulder the largest burden in collecting waterTarget 4: By 2020, to have achieved a significant improvement in the lives of at least 100 million slumdwellers - Simple, low-cost interventions could significantly improve the lives of many slum dwellersGOAL 8: DEVELOP A GLOBAL PARTNERSHIP FOR DEVELOPMENTTarget 1: Address the special needs of least developed countries, landlocked countries and smallisland developing states - Development aid falls for the second year, jeopardizing commitments for 2010 - Development assistance will have to increase substantially to double aid to Africa by 2010Target 2: Develop further an open, rule-based, predictable, non-discriminatory trading and financialsystem - Market access for most developing countries is little improved - Domestic agricultural subsidies by rich countries overshadow money spent on development aid - Trade-related assistance needs to be increasedTarget 3: Deal comprehensively with developing countries’ debt - Developing countries are shouldering less debtTarget 4: In cooperation with pharmaceutical companies, provide access to affordable essential drugsin developing countries - Poor availability and high prices are barriers to access to essential drugs in developing countriesTarget 5: In cooperation with the private sector, make available benefits of new technologies,especially information and communications - Mobile phones are expanding communications in developing countries - Internet use is increasing rapidly, but the poorest regions lag behindS.O.U.N.D.S. of Sanctuary – 2010 Master Plan 31
  • 33. AJ ACTION TEAM GLOBAL SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GROUPIndex hppp://www.faavm-canada.org http://www.civilrightsparty.org/ http://www.un.org/millenniumgoals/ http://elearningzoom.com/ www.GreenTechnologyInstitute.org www.GreenInternet.TV http://www.techcom.biz/ http://www.contactinternationalinc.com http://www.dprosolutions.com http://www.easyequitypartners.com/ http://www.abclearnmoney.org http://www.explorerstudios.com/ http://www.mbacq.com/ http://www.spinachtech.com/ http://www.immigrantmagazine.com http://www.electrospec.com.my/ http://www.techcom.com http://www.themanproductions.com/ http://www.bradshawandco.com/ http://www.vim702.com/index.html http://www.globalflyinghospitals.org © All rights reserved – FAAVM 2010S.O.U.N.D.S. of Sanctuary – 2010 Master Plan 32