Peace Dynamics Executive Director
United Nations Primary Representative
Mater Dei Prep Former Global Institute Director
Mr. George S. Anthony is an award-winning Educator and trained Conflict Resolution Specialist. He is certified in Mediation by Columbia University, the National Institute for Dispute Resolution, and the New York City Board of Education. George has over thirty years of classroom teaching experience and serves as the Co-Director of the Institute for International Leadership, Non-Violence, and Service. He has an M.S. in Education training teachers, administrators, social workers, guidance personnel, and others in conflict management. He works with Universities including Rutgers University School of Social Work, Monmouth University, and Brookdale College.
George is currently serving as United Nations NGO DGC Pathway To Peace Primary Representative and Co-Chair to The International Day of Peace "UN Education Peace Team". He has consulted for the world-renowned Seeds of Peace Organization, the Anne Frank Center of both the Netherlands and the United States. He has worked with the Anti-Defamation League’s “A World of Difference Institute”, the New York City Department of Education, The United Nations “Seasons of Non Violence Task Force”, The United States Institute for Peace, The United Federation of Teachers and NJEA and numerous school districts. His programs have been recognized and implemented in both national and international forums. His “Peer-to-Peer: Mediation and Conflict Resolution Institute” was recognized at the United Nation’s “as a model program for the world”.
George has been featured nationally on ABCNews’s “20/20: Social Cruelty in Our Nation’s Schools” and on CNN’s “Crossing Borders”. He has produced award-winning videos dealing in issues of tolerance, leadership, and diversity. As Director of Peace Dynamics Consultants, George Anthony continues to work with numerous school districts, community and corporate organizations. He has written publications and workshops on topics dealing in Conflict Resolution, Leadership and Diversity. He is the co-author of Stand Up & Lead: Curriculum Guide featuring strategies for addressing bullying and diversity, and creating supportive learning environments for all. He is currently active as an Educator, Executive Director, and Workshop Facilitator and Primary United Nations Representative for NGO Pathways To Peace.
A DPI and ECOSOC UN Member.
United Nations Representative
Director of Institute for International Leadership, Non Violence and Service
Learn Lead Serve
Mr. Lindy P. Crescitelli is a Pathways to Peace ESOSOC Representative. He is a renowned Facilitator, Educator, Communication and Conflict Resolution Specialist appearing in National and International Media, including ABC, CNN, NBC, YM magazine, NEWSWEEK and many other publications, radio, internet and TV programs. He co-founded the Institute for International Leadership, Non-Violence & Service, and the STAND UP & LEAD! Initiative addressing bullying and diversity in learning environments.
Lindy is the Leading force behind the NYC Mahatma Gandhi-Dr. Martin Luther King Season for Non- Violence Organizing Committee. He has presented several times at the United Nations and over many years prepared numerous students/youth to attend and participate at the U.N., including at the International Day Of Peace. As a classroom teacher for almost a decade, he distinguished himself within the NYC Department of Education. He has also served throughout the United States as Lead Educator for American Civil Rights Educational Services. He is a very effective Conflict Resolution Specialist, certified in both Negotiation and Mediation and is a Licensed NYC Department of Education Vendor providing heralded pedagogical trainings for staff and youth throughout the city. Lindy also continues to work with numerous community, corporate and educational institutions everywhere on diverse projects in various capacities.