Advocate Gender Equity & Equality for all girls Through Education  



Special Consultative Status to Economic and Social Council of United Nations (2006)  


Dr David Kenneth Waldman

United Nations, ECOSOC

Founder's Own Words

"Through all activities, I have been motivated by a sincere concern for girls and women who lack access to human rights, gender equality, gender justice, social justice, public health, clean water, sustainable educational development, and peace for all children. I have traveled to 46 countries in my quest to understand the social, education, and economic issues pertaining to children.  I am always looking for ways to work directly with children that will use my expertise experience, and passion.

Biography: Dr David Kenneth Waldman

Dr David Kenneth Waldman is Founder, President, and CEO of To Love Children Educational Foundation International, Inc. an International nongovernmental organization founded in 2002. To Love Children’s mission is to educate girls who are marginalized and vulnerable affected by the cycle of poverty. To Love Children obtained Special Consultative Status to the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations in 2006. His vision is to "Educate all Girls for a Better Tomorrow."  Dr David Kenneth Waldman believes when you educate a girl from early childhood to higher education you create educational opportunity and improve the lives of girls living in poverty.

Dr Waldman is an internationally recognized expert in the fields of education from Early Childhood Education to Higher Education, organizational leadership, international nongovernmental organizations, public policy, and gender justice.  Waldman expertise comes from extensive research and experience with girls who lack human rights, access to gender justice, and community public health.

A versatile scholar and education practitioner, Dr Waldman has over 40 years of experience in education which includes extensive teaching experience from pre-kindergarden to graduate school. Waldman has partnered with leaders at all levels; United Nations, civil society, education, community based organizations, business, and government sectors.

He has presented nationally and internationally and taught at the University of Roehampton London, Online, Colorado State University, Global Campus, UCLA Extension, and School of Advanced Studies, University of Phoenix. Waldman is also co-founder of Los Angeles Virtuosi Orchestra and is adviser to the Board of Directors for SAFE CHR Coalition for Human Rights. Waldman founded Rebecca House International Publishing in 1985 and is the author of two children books, Crystal Moonlight and How Teddy Bears find their Homes and is the publisher of The Changer Series.

Dr David Kenneth Waldman consults with international, national, and local governments, civil society, the private sector, nongovernmental organizations, local community leaders, and women groups in order to respond to mutual mission goals.