Rev. Alfonso Wyatt, Vice President and Project Director of the Jericho Faith-Based Technical Assistance Project, has worked with three generations of young people as an educator, counselor, program developer, administrator, mentor and advocate. He has created innovative programs that respond to the needs of young people in foster care, group homes, public schools, community-based organizations, detention facilities and the broader faith community.
Rev. Wyatt, the son of two Baptist preachers, is an ordained minister on the staff of The Greater Allen Cathedral of New York. He attended Howard University, Columbia's Teacher's College, The Ackerman Institute for Family Therapy, Columbia's Institute for Not-for Profit Management, and New York Theological Seminary. He has served as an advisor to government, foundations, religious institutions, universities, youth serving organizations and non-profits from around the country.