As Vice President of Project Design & Consulting for National Fatherhood Initiative (NFI), Erik Vecere has developed and implemented NFI’s programs and initiatives across the country. Since 2002, Erik has trained thousands of facilitators to lead various fatherhood programs and provided technical assistance to hundreds of organization that improved program quality and effectiveness. He works closely with local community and civic leaders to create a continual stream of programs and other resources to meet the needs of fathers and families nationally.
Erik has developed several national programs and workshops for NFI, including Dadventures™, Boyz 2 Dads™, 24/7 Dad™ Christian-based, the Mobilizing Your Community Around Responsible Fatherhood workshop, and the Understanding Domestic Violence FatherTopics™ workshop. Erik now oversees the execution of all funded Community-based, Corrections, and Military initiatives.
Erik received a Master of Science in Organizational Leadership from Geneva College, Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania in 2006, a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communications from Robert Morris University, Moon Township, Pennsylvania in 1991 and an Associates Degree in Letters, Arts and Sciences from Pennsylvania State University, Altoona, Pennsylvania in 1989.