IVU Councillor 1999-2004
IVU Magazine Editor 1999-2002
Joint Public Relations
has managed all areas of a successful international non-profit organization.
He has traveled extensively, working in more than 50 countries to
train volunteers and establish new operations, including personally
raising more than $750,000 (AUD) for Food For Life projects in Australia
and around the world, presenting more than 150 training seminars
and developing a successful 90-page web site (http://www.ffl.org).
Paul also planned and organized international conferences and social
events such as “Feed the World Week,” the world's largest free food
festival, designed and wrote promotional and training materials
for food relief programs worldwide and maintained and expanded the
charities membership and produced an international magazine.
Paul has worked with presidents and high-ranking military officials
during Food for Life’s emergency relief work in war zones, including
Sarajevo, Sukhumi and Chechnya, appeared on National Television
and Radio in more than 20 countries and hosted press meetings
to discuss the charity’s work.
In 1993, Paul initiated a $120,000 AUD government sponsored
employment program for the chronically unemployed to grow organic
vegetables to feed the needy. He has given presentations on world
hunger and mal-nutrition at International vegetarian conferences
in the US, Thailand, Canada, Czech Republic and Russia, etc.,
and published a 160-page manual on food relief program management.
Washington DC, USA (originally from Australia)