Fundraising support to humanitarian assistance groups serving children, including UNICEF.
Analytics on holistic care and mental health, including interdisciplinary partnerships to promote wellness
ABS was established in 2001 to support research, development, and innovation for interdisciplinary partnerships between health and human services, education, labor, and criminal justice.
ABS research projects include criminology, anti-terrorism, and anti-corruption in collaboration with nonprofit programs in risk mitigation and advocacy.
Creative Psychology is a scientific method for mental health based on psychological variance, variables and models in respect to the infinite capacity of individual diversity.
ABS provides volunteer and consulting support to charitable initiatives under principles of Global H Codes, advancing finance and accountability practices
ABS provides representation and public relations support to artists and galleries, in awareness development and philanthropic programs for dedicated causes
ABS provides volunteer and consulting support to interdisciplinary programs in multiple countries including United States, Latin America, Middle East and Africa
The Leadership Committee is a network of leaders who bring high-level influencers and decision-makers together from government, business, and nonprofit sector to carry out some of the most difficult projects in the world.
This extensive network involves current and former government officials, corporate and charitable executives, philanthropists, advisors, consultants and experts from all continents of the world.
Specific projects span a vast range of industry sectors, including health, technology, communications, infrastructure, economic development, and humanitarian assistance.
As a U.S. nonprofit 501(c)(3), ABS Community Research is proud to host the Leadership Committee, while maintaining long-term outlooks for projects and opportunities, including but not limited to the following issues and areas:
Through our vast network, we bring the right people together to carry out some of the most difficult projects in the world.
We are working in Latin America to bring medical and maternity clinics to those in underdeveloped areas.
We are working to provide access to scholarship programs to communities overseas seeking to send their youth to universities in the United States, including through online curricula.
We are working on public-private partnerships, where major infrastructural advancements in the corporate sector establish and maintain philanthropic commitments to the community, with priorities for women and children's services.
Expect to meet people who want to find new partners, whether for charity projects and fundraising - or for economic development and community empowerment opportunities. These are people who have known each other over the years and have worked together on several projects, and people who are looking for their first opportunity.
Most have an entrepreneurial spirit.
We understand that projects, especially those bearing strong and longstanding positive impacts on communities, do not happen overnight. They require extraordinary partnerships and long-term commitments. Whether a project is completed over a period of months or years, expect high-level requirements for successful long-term involvement.
3701 North Country Club Drive, Suite 1502, Aventura, FL 33180, USA
Velma Anne Ruth, M.Ed., President
Lt. Col. Frederick Conley Jr., JD, (U.S. Army, Ret.) Vice President
Gael Roulleau, Director
Yumi Yazawa, Director
Joseph Tezi, Director
Kenneth Feltman, Director