Our Team

 

Almaz has a M.A. in Public Administration, from California State University East Bay and currently seeking a PHd. in the Global Health Program at UC Berkeley. She has over ten years administrative experience working in non-profit organizations, government agencies and community services, an active Board member for several community agencies, serving diverse populations throughout the Bay Area. Ms. Yihdego has extensive professional and personal experience in mentoring and training families from diversified backgrounds in the successful navigation of the educational/health and social services systems. She has developed programs for children, youth and adults that support their needs and has a broad range of experience in service identification, funding entitlements and empowering parents through advocacy trainings.
Noura Hassni graduated from University of Algeria as an Archeologist. She is originally from North Africa ”Algeria”. She came into United Stated on 2005. She was working in preschool and elementary school as Arabic and French teacher. Also worked in Archeology lab as conservator. In coming to United Stated she took Statistics, Mathematics, Biology, and Nutrition classes to become a Nutritionist. However her greater interest in working with children led her to take Child Development Classes. She has A.A degree in Science on 2013, and another A.A in Child Development on May 2015, plus she completed her ServSafe, CPR, and First Aid Certifications. Noura Hassni has excellent experience working with children from 0 to 15 years old. Noura have being tutoring, babysitter, and teaching children in different preschools daycare centers. At this time she is working as Student teacher at UCB Child Development Center. Noura Hassni preferred Children to call her Nina, she have a great patience with children and likes to develop their skills by encouraging them to explore their understandings, ideas, and views to a bigger picture. She is a great fit to the staff and students of Global Communications Services Y.E.S. project.
Noura Hassni graduated from University of Algeria as an Archeologist. She is originally from North Africa ”Algeria”. She came into United Stated on 2005. She was working in preschool and elementary school as Arabic and French teacher. Also worked in Archeology lab as conservator. In coming to United Stated she took Statistics, Mathematics, Biology, and Nutrition classes to become a Nutritionist. However her greater interest in working with children led her to take Child Development Classes. She has A.A degree in Science on 2013, and another A.A in Child Development on May 2015, plus she completed her ServSafe, CPR, and First Aid Certifications. Noura Hassni has excellent experience working with children from 0 to 15 years old. Noura have being tutoring, babysitter, and teaching children in different preschools daycare centers. At this time she is working as Student teacher at UCB Child Development Center. Noura Hassni preferred Children to call her Nina, she have a great patience with children and likes to develop their skills by encouraging them to explore their understandings, ideas, and views to a bigger picture. She is a great fit to the staff and students of Global Communications Services Y.E.S. project.
Daniel Williams studied accounting in the University of Sierra Leone – Fourah Bay College to be precise for two and half years before migrating to the united States of America. Born in Liberia but was bred in Sierra Leone. It’s my aspiration to further my course in the United Stated. Despite the fact that accounting is my field of study, I have always been fascinated and enthusiastic by the environment surrounding mathematics. Having studied mathematics since junior school up to university level. I strongly believe that I have the proficiency to teach students who are finding it hard to understand the basic concepts and principles surrounding mathematics. Students need to know that, “without mathematics, there’s nothing you can do. Everything around you is mathematics because everything around you is numbers. ”Some students have the notion that: A x A is the same as A+A, but the principle of mathematics debunk that idea.
I was radiant with happiness when I heard that the cornerstone of GLOBAL COMMUNICATION SERVICES is to help educate children in the societies because teaching has always been a passion for me. It is not arguable that children are the future leaders, but my question is how can they become future leaders when those who are supposed to sacrifice their time, energy, knowledge, and finance support are not ready to pay the supreme sacrifices? Aristotle, one of the greatest philosophers, once propounded that “in the process of making good men, education was to be a vital fulfillment of a state.”It is based on the above notion that I have decided to sincerely offer my time, energy, and mathematical skills to make sure that those children get quality and successful education.
Mathematics has been my favorite discipline since childhood. The discipline is fascinating and pleasurable, more especially the challenges, its clarity, and the fact that you always know when you are right or wrong.
Many students are timid of mathematics because some teachers do not have the skills to pass the message well to them. Some because they do not have a strong foundation in the discipline, and others do not see the discipline as interesting because they have this notion that mathematics is just about numbers, but the discipline totally debunk that idea. The rationale behind the discipline is beyond the limitation of numbers. Besides, mathematics is a science of reasoning, the only discipline you need to master in your life, without being cheated, robbed, or abused.
Below is the list of some importance of how advanced mathematics is widely used:
• The physical sciences (physics, chemistry, astronomy etc.) require mathematics for the development of their theory.
• The development of computers was initiated by mathematicians and logicians who continue o make important
contribution to the theory of computer science.
• Had it not been for the mathematics of differential equation, voyager’s journey could not have been calculated.
• Also, it is as a result of the mathematics of airflow and control systems that makes travel by airplane possible.
• That statistics is widely used and admirable today in the sphere is as a result of the application of mathematics.
To crown it all, mathematics is a discipline that deals with everyday activities

Email: Daniel.williams899@yahoo.com

Will Delaney is a US Marine Corps veteran who while serving in South Viet-Nam earned a Commendation Medal with a Star. After his release from active duty at Camp Pendleton in 1967, Will moved to the San Francisco Bay Area. In 1971, as a creative writing student at San Francisco Junior College, Will learned the basics of chess and mastered it with ease as he could quickly apply his stragetic military training to the logisitics of the game. Will’s chess game was elevated to the competition level via his friends and worthy opponents. Playing in UCSF rated tournaments from 1972 through 1991, (United States Chess Federation) allowed him to obtain a top rating of 2163; Expert.
As one of the developers of the Greater Richmond Chess Association (GRCA), Will sought to share his love of the game with people of all ages. In 1981 he became its first Chess Club Champion. Later he came to sit on the Board of Directors, however his favorite position was that of coach/mentor.
In 2009, Will and a former member of (GRCA) developed the West Coast Chess Alliance (WCCA). Will was titled the Assistant Director, but his focus has always been on the life skills that chess instills. Within Will’s curriculum, the fundamental purpose of his teaching is to produce a generation who does not entertain, for any length of time, the concept of losing, but to be winners through learning. Will encourages his students to take that which they are taught, have fun applying it to the best of their ability and to learn from the experience. “If you learn from the experience, you are not a loser…you are a winner.”
Another facet of his chess network is the Vets4Chess Club. This club was built on the strength of the same good it could do for the older set of students (specifically Veterans) and those struggling with reintergration after wartime conflict as their mental acquities can be channeled back toward a positive mental functioning given proper redirection. Chess is most certainly that process of focusing with regards to critical thinking skills and proper judgement calls.
Will has taught for these organizations throughout the Oakland and East Bay area: Alameda Point Collaborative (APC), Martin Luther King Elementary School, WhatNowAmerica, Peres Elementary School, Girls Inc, East Bay Center Performing Arts, Contra Costa Community College, and Alameda County Office of Education- Juvenile facility at Camp Butler and Lafayette Elementary School. Will also teaches at the West Oakland Branch Library on Wednesday afternoons from 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm with the “It’s Your Move Chess Clinic”; he established back in 2007.
With standing memberships in the following organizations,(United States Chess Federation, Mechanics Institute Chess Club, Berkeley Chess Club, American Legion, Veteran’s Resource Program and the National Association for Black Vets (Cmdr. Region 1, Cmdr. Chapter 92). Will remains a vital and inspirational influence in our East Bay area communities.
“With regards for the principles of service and sacrifice, it is my goal to be a positive influence in my community and beyond.”AKA/Mr. Boss
Abu Bakarr Saccoh was born in Sierra Leone West Africa has a Bachelor degree in Human Resources management from Njala University Sierra Leone West Africa and also a Diploma in Business administration from Institute of commercial management from England. Abu Bakarr has worked for procredit bank and recently Eco bank Sierra Leone Limited. He was promoted to teller supervisor because of his hard work, creativity and above all dedication towards work. He also won a lot of award whilst in the bank. Abu Bakarr was also involved in a lot of community activities such community cleaning and also after school teaching programs. Abu Bakarr travelled to United States in 2013 with his wife and they are permanent residents. Abu Bakarr has always been very hard working when trying to achieve something. He never relent in the face of obstacles, as such he is very persevered. He is a great listener and susceptible to change if he sees it prudent.