Humpty Dumpty Institute (HDI) announces the addition of two new Congressional Advisory Board members to assist in program planning. HDI is focused on creating educational programs and other programs to help the greater world. Congresswoman Marcia Fudge, a Democrat from Ohio, and Congresswoman Frederica Wilson, a Democrat from Florida were brought on board to further develop these new programs. The Congressional Advisory Board now has 29 total members.
Congresswoman Fudge is known for her services on both the Committee of Agriculture and the Committee of Education and the Workforce. Her dedication to project development makes Fudge an exciting new member of HDI. Fudge has experience working on nutritional, public education, and voters’ rights programs.
Congresswoman Wilson is known for her experience working on the Congressional House Committee on Foreign Affairs and the House Committee on Science, Space and Technology. Wilson has been focused on increasing jobs. She was elected to the Florida State House of Representatives in 1998 and has worked on bipartisan legislation.
Connie Milstein is one of four founders of the Humpty Dumpty Institute (HDI). HDI is a successful non-profit organization. The organization was formed to tackle international problems by creating unique public-private partnerships. Recently, HDI’s main focus has been the relationship between the United Nation and the United States. The Congressional Advisory Board is non-partisan and stays consistent with Congress’ informational needs.
Milstein is dedicated to philanthropy and a active supporter of large philanthropic endeavors. Milstein has been actively involved with everything from medical research, to international relations and issues, supporter of military families, and cultural organizations. She has rewarded a number of awards recognizing her philanthropic endeavors.
Today, Milstein remains Chairman Emeritus and Co-Founder of HDI. She is a Principal of Ogden CAP Properties, LLC, a New York City property management and development company. She also sits on the board of many non-profit organizations.