The Effects of Family Breakdown on Poverty
Session Date and Time
Monday, August 16, 2021 at 7:00:00 PM UTC
Contrary to popular belief the greatest contributor to poverty is not lack of education but the breakdown of the family. Data suggest that the quickest way to prosperity is for a man and a woman to get married. The married man tends to make more money over the course of their life than the single man.
Dr. Goldie Wells
Dr. Goldie Frinks Wells is a retired educator who has served as President of Saints Academy and College, in Lexington, Mississippi, as Title I Director for the Iredell-Statesville Schools, and taught in NC in the Raleigh-Wake and Guilford County School Systems. She has both undergraduate and graduate degrees from Hampton University and North Carolina A & T State University. She has also earned a doctorate degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Dr. Wells is a member of the Board of Trustees of Wells Memorial Church of God in Christ. She serves as a District Missionary, and is the National Director of the C.H. Mason Jurisdictional Institutes of the Church of God in Christ, Inc. She was elected Greensboro City Councilwoman District 2 in 2005 and is currently serving as Councilwoman for the District for another term.
Dr. Wells publications include Golden Asro Frinks: Telling the Unsung Song, A Biography of a Civil Rights Activist; and she co-authored “Women in Ministry in the Church of God in Christ”.
Dr Wells has extensive volunteer experience including, NC Freedom Monument Park, Co-Chair, Interactive Resource Center (IRC) Chair Raleigh, NC: Graphic NC Freedom Monument Park, Co-Chair, Interactive Resource Center (IRC) Chair Raleigh, NC: Greensboro, NC.