Wilmington, DE, July 19, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- President Dike to address Jaycees and Wilmingtonians on strategies, solutions.
The Wilmington Jaycees are hosting the global president of their parent organization, Junior Chamber International (JCI), on Friday, July 29th at their clubhouse (1309 North Scott Street) for a forum on peacebuilding. Guests will include representatives and leaders from Wilmington City Council, Delaware Center for Justice, Pacem In Terris, Peaceweek Delaware, the Office of Senator Chris Coons, Westside Family Healthcare, Accelerate Delaware, West End Neighborhood House, and Delaware Difference Makers, as well as past and present leaders from the Wilmington Jaycees Chapter.
President Dike will give a keynote address on the “Peace is Possible” campaign he leads with Junior Chamber International. The campaign is a JCI Initiative which mobilizes young people worldwide to create awareness, advocate, take action and commit to an everlasting world peace. President Dike will speak on these efforts and the forum will discuss how to utilize them to bring peace in our own communities. The event will take place Friday, July 29th from 9:00 to 12:00 p.m.. Light breakfast will be available.
Paschal Dike, nominated by JCI Nigeria, was elected 2016 JCI President at the 2015 JCI World Congress. Dike has attended nine JCI World Congresses, 15 JCI Area Conferences and five JCI Global Partnership Summits. He has been honored as JCI Senator No. 72013 and is a Phil Pugsley Patron of the JCI Foundation. He speaks English and Ibo. President Dike believes that JCI should lead and influence collaborative efforts with other sectors of society for sustainable impact and prove its relevance in today's challenging world. Each solution provided is further impact made and therefore one more step toward the peace we desire.
The Wilmington Jaycees are a leadership development organization for adults 21-40 in the Wilmington area. They are celebrating their 75th anniversary of service leadership this year and are well-known in Wilmington for their Christmas Parade and numerous other civic and community projects. For more information on them and other chapters in Delaware, please visit: http://delawarejaycees.org