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Rev George Lamb - President / CEO

Rev. George Lamb is President/CEO of the Faith Advisory Council for Community Transformation (FACCT); and Founder/Executive Director of Millennium Man Ministries, Non-Profit, Charitable Trust organizations and is President of the Board of Directors for the American Evangelical Christian Churches  


As CEO of Millennium Man Consultants, LLC; He contracts with Community Based and Non-Profit organizations; County and State government agencies in the areas of organizational management, operations, and marketing. And is privileged to serve in the following ways:  A member of the Community Vital Signs Steering Committee, he serves as Chair of the Community Engagement Sub-Committee, Co-Chair of the Public Safety sub-committee, and is a member of the Strategic Plan Implementation, Education, Economic Development and Nominations Select sub-committees. He also serves on San Bernardino County’s Homeless Veteran’s Advisory Board and Taskforce; in addition to membership on the San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools Wellness Strategy Action Team and is privileged to have received appointment to the First 5 San Bernardino Advisory Board, the Inland Empire Fatherhood Coalition and San Bernardino County Drugs and Gangs Taskforce.


His calling and servant leadership style and passion for the kingdom of God and God’s people enable him to effectively coordinate community resources, service providers, and county agencies with a focus on readiness skills for the re-integrating our society and for the staff of FBO’s, CBO’s and Agencies serving them.   George received degrees from Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary and Patten University. He serves as a Leader of the Men’s Ministry, and Co-Directs the Educational Ministry with his wife Jamie; they have 3 adult children and 4 grandchildren. George is an agent of cultural change and community transformation; is always working to turn perceived, “liabilities into assets”.




Building Bridges |  Expanding Capacity | Transforming Communities

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