Shiloh City of Peace Foundation Inc. - "Land, Bread, Housing, Education, Clothing, Justice & Peace"
President of the Board
Apostle LaQuita Y. Gaskins
Improving the quality of a child’s life, one child at a time, has been the philosophic outlook of Apostle LaQuita Y. Gaskins for the past 30 years.
This viewpoint has been applied in the communities of California, Florida, Georgia, Missouri, North & South Carolina, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, and Washington State to include her international location within the Republic of Korea.   
Apostle Gaskins’ commitment toward development, implementation and improvement of higher quality early learning and provisions of a stabilized family environment for newborns to 18 years of age has helped to assist with the overload of the judicial and social services system.
The local communities attempt to emulate her leadership role in
children’s advocacy with her most recent planning role with the Advocacy program implimented to help parents and school officials work together for the betterment of education and social roles in education for school aged citizens in the state of KY. High recommendations for students to join "NAACP Youth Council for a voice in there futures", her trainning role of students for the National Beta Club, National Debate Club, annual Deputant Ball, annual induction into the Who's Who of the Imperial Gentlemen's Society and former supporter of the first summer camp program in Radcliff, Kentucky which catered to over
281 children without being legislatively-sponsored. Since the first there have been many other programs developed based off the needs that were identified by the youth.
Apostle Gaskins is a dedicated and associated minister of St. Stephen Church of Louisville, Ky.  She is the spiritual ambassador responsible for doctorine and training of Concilio Internacional Principe de Paz, Inc. (Prince of Peace International Council) in Vinegrove, KY. She was ordained through International Congress of Chruches and Ministries (ICCM).  She is a graduate of Chelsea University with both a M.S. and B.S. in Human Resources Management and Leadership. B.A. in Multi Disciplinary Studies with cognates in Business, Social Science, and Psycology.  She has completed her Masters in Mental Health Counseling and Education from Lindsey Wilson College and now pursuing a Doctorant in Theology from Liberty University. Her ordination is still validated by ICCM
Apostle Gaskins maintains an executive board chair on the Radcliff Chapter of the NAACP which she is a life time member, National level Debator, Honorary member of the National level Beta Club, an active Key Communicator for the Hardin County School Board, member of  Northern Hardin County Democratic Woman's Club of Kentucky, an Honored Member of The Heritage Registry of Who's Who 2010 edition, an active Kentucky Colonel, a certified Hardin County Signing Public Notary, and serves as the Executive Overseer of the "Just ASK 4 God" Ministry, co-founder of the 14PAWS Organization.
As a civic leader in the community she strongly believes in the collaborative and functional participating roles which play in uniting human services and social services by strengthening the visible and vital role human services play in making Hardin County "a choice place" for families to thrive and maintain a higher quality of life. For inspirational music 24/7 go to experience the world of Apostle LaQuita Gaskins
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