|Anne Crellin Seggerman|
Anne Crellin Seggerman of Fairfield, Connecticut, is the founder of Fourth World Foundation, Inc., a company engaged in the development of interfaith media.
A member of the Bridgeport Urban Gardens and Youth at Risk/Breakthrough Foundation, Mrs. Seggerman founded and serves as the chairman of the board of the Fairfield County Chapter of Huxley Institute for Biosocial Research. She previously was a member of the President's Committee on Mental Retardation.
Mrs. Seggerman is listed in Who's Who of American Women and has received numerous honors including an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters Award from Sacred Heart University, the Association of Knights and Ladies of the Holy Sepulchre, and the American Association of the Order of Malta. She was previously appointed to serve on the Housing of Handicapped Families of the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Mrs. Seggerman is experienced in providing care, treatment, and rehabilitation to people with schizophrenia and has extensive experience with alcoholics and children with learning disabilities. She is married and has six adult children.
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The Fourth World Foundation is a non-profit, ecumenical corporation founded to promote and strengthen man’s spiritual, ethical and moral values.
The Foundation believes that men and women of good will can preserve the Earth and serve mankind if they are united by these spiritual ideals.
We hope to counter the negative, nihilistic qualities of contemporary culture. We have only begun to explore the power and potential of man’s mind and his relation to the other dimensions of life. The Fourth World Foundation hopes to deal with these themes with the ever present goal of strengthening man’s spiritual destiny.