Eugene Schneeberg

Eugene Schneeberg is an award-winning speaker and trainer specializing in fatherhood, prisoner reentry, youth violence prevention, and faith-based partnerships. He provided strategic advice to the White House and the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) after being appointed by former President Barack Obama as the director of the Center for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships. He led DOJ’s efforts in Obama’s Responsible Fatherhood & Mentoring Initiative, as well as the My Brother’s Keeper Initiative, which resulted in more than $30 million in new grants for young fathers and formerly incarcerated fathers. Schneeberg also co-chaired the Obama administration’s efforts to support and improve outcomes for children of incarcerated parents and helped lead former Attorney General Eric Holder’s Federal Reentry Council.

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