FAMLO is in the business of helping the human family radically shift the way in which we are living with one another. We are literally in the business of helping the human family love itself into wholeness and health.
We combine more than three decades of work in human and organizational development with our expertise in social networking and media to bring you a method for changing behaviors that is highly effective and low cost.
How can you access our methods?
Our WI-FI television platform allows participants to engage in live chat during training sessions and provides an automatic method of "connecting" individuals and groups for mutual support and continuing inquiry.
This combination gives FAMLO clients a geographic sphere out-distancing any traditional method. For example, if you really want to understand the perspective of your neighbors in Pakistan, you can do so quickly and with very high visibility.
As part of the Wi-Fi TV web site (www.Wi-FiTV.com), FAMLO joins other innovative organizations at the only place on the Internet where you can watch hundreds of TV stations and chat with others watching the same program.
You just click into a live chat box directly under the viewing screen, and get breaking news for each country and category listed.
FAMLO was formed by a former executive of The Toro Company (NYSE:TTC), Dr. Cindi Love and three partners, Sue Jennings, Alan Landis, CPA and Van English.
Before her tenure at TORO, Love was an award winning entrepreneur, named to the INC 500 and member of the inaugural class of YEO/MIT Birthing of Giants program. Most recently, she has served as Executive Director of Metropolitan Community Churches worldwide supporting its leadership in a five year strategic transition to global regions in 25 countries.
Love is an expert in the area of consumer adoption of innovation and was one of the first entrepreneurs in the United States to create a "social and service network" of thousands of golf course superintendents before platforms like Facebook existed. Her system was acquired by TORO in 1996 and continues today as the Toro National Support Network (NSN).
She created one of the early Internet based digital vaults for public records in New Mexico (New Mexico Information Systems) and one of the first on-line network configuration systems for public schools through a contract with Apple Computer. At the time, Love and her partners held the largest educational sales contract for Apple in the United States, producing more than $161 million in sales.
Love imported Degem comprehensive educational systems to the USA in the late 1980s prior to their wide-spread adoption in the United States. The Degem project was designed to demonstrate that the progressive learning software that had been designed for the burgeoning population of immigrants to the Middle East could work for young children who did not speak English as a primary language in the United States. Governor Ann Richards issued a proclamation of appreciation for her work in behalf of Texas public school children.
I have been very fortunate in my career to meet some of the best and brightest in the area of technology innovation. I have also been humbled to meet courageous humanitarians who live out their lives in service to other people in places where there is not enough food or clean water and where children rarely have a chance to mature to adulthood.
As a beneficiary of the kind of "gut-check" learning that only comes when one travels the world and sees the extraordinary gap between people living in dire poverty and those of us who have wealth and privilege, I have concluded that the only way to heal the human family of its violence, poverty and oppression is to intersect our compassion and our privilege with our technical proficiency.
It is not enough any more for people to read about the terror in the lives of people or see abuse played out on television or YouTube. Too often, we simply "click on through" as if these acts are just another movie. It is not enough to write a check.
We need to find ways to connect people and talk about what is real in their lives and interact with the people who are suffering in ways that radically shift our ideas about our responsibility to one another as people.
We've already seen the power of mobilizing people with technology like Twitter. Let's use that power to heal ourselves as a human family, to make ourselves whole and healthy.
Love's partners in this venture met more than a decade ago as participants in a workshop called The Experience that was developed by Dr. Rob Eichberg and David Goodstein.
Alan Landis, CPA, resides in Atlanta, Georgia is a long-tenured activist in the area of support for people living with and affected by HIV and AIDS. Van English lives in El Paso, Texas. He is an author and editor and has been associated with The Experience, a intensive workshop helping people live with integrity since the 1990s. Love's partner, Sue Jennings, recently retired from a distinguished career as a public school counselor and therapist joins the team as well.
The FAMLO team has particular expertise and interest in working with corporate employers and employees, families and churches who want to make a difference in the lives of people living with and affected by issues related to sexual orientation, gender expression and identity, HIV and AIDS or high-risk behaviors.
FAMLO team members say:
We can help you positively reset relationships with yourself and with the people and activities in your life. Once you make this reset, you and/or your organization can do almost anything you can imagine. The truth is that no organizational change is possible without a change in the way in which people relate to one another.
FAMLO methods have been tested in the most intimate types of relationships as well as in global social networks. FAMLO team members are experts in personal and community level engagement and intervention as well as the model of consumer adoption of innovation.
Why is consumer adoption expertise so important? Our society moves through stages of awareness and acceptance about any new way of thinking. It is important to understand the best methods for making these stages work well for yourself and the people around you.
Cross-disciplinary skill-sets makes FAMLO team members highly effective in identifying the places where individuals and families, co-workers, employers and employees, physicians and social workers, teachers and counselors are stuck in old paradigms that simply do not work for anyone anymore. We can agree to disagree about issues, but the truth for all of us is that we need one another to survive.
FAMLO operates within a global social network of lay people and professionals , utilizing the power of the web to quickly connect people who need to know one another and resource one another.
FAMLO seminars are available via Wi-Fi or at your site. Don't wait any longer to feel like you can take charge. Call 972-358-5907 or 1-888-FAMLO-10 today for more information.
We help people change their fundamental relationships with one another, particularly when stigma of any type is limiting growth and potential. We are literally helping the human family love itself into wholeness and health.
The founders of FAMLO have tenured careers in major corporations and global faith-based organizations. They are authors and facilitators of cutting-edge work in the areas of community engagement, consumer adoption of innovation, family communication and interaction and public health and advocacy.
Impressive resumes, but most important, people deeply concerned about the well-being of other human beings and life in our communities.
Please contact us anytime! We look forward to hearing from you.