Cleous G. Young is an active community leader and is a second year member of the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI), Young’s 2015 CGI commitment is eliminating global homelessness.
For more information on this commitment, you can visit www.thegarbagecan.net. Young has also taken his teaching skills to the United Nations, in which he and ten other participants lead a global teaching forum on how to teach Peace and Human Rights within the classroom. As a member of the GEM (Global Educational Motivators) NGO in partnership with the Global Solution Lab, Young led a team to develop, what they hope will be the next step to address and solve the issues of Global Warming.
The book that hosts the team’s project was recently released in January 2015 under the title, “Designing a world that works for All” by Medard Gabel. Young is also the author of six children books, which includes his recent two publication, “The Four Fisherwomen” and “Do Your Best.”