AGAPE HOUSE BOARD OF DIRECTORS & STAFF
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Minister Rose Anderson-Wise,
Elder Winfred McWilliams
Keith Vasques as Senior Pastor/Director
Agape House - Harford County
Edward G. Robinson,
President CEO – Presiding Elder
Elder Robinson completed his undergraduate studies at Data System Institute and was certified as a computer systems analyst, and also attended the University Of Baltimore School Of Liberal Arts, and the General Motors Institute with several managerial certifications culminating into a 30 year career in the automotive industry. Elder Robinson was a vice president and general manager of Anderson Chevrolet for eleven years. The Chesapeake Cadillac Motor Car Company then pursued Elder Robinson making him among the first African Americans to be certified to sell new Cadillac’s in Maryland. He was also inducted into the Chevrolet Hall of Fame and Cadillac’s Crest Club for his excellences in salesmanship.
Elder Robinson also attended the College of Notre Dame of Maryland as an Associated Black Charities Compassion Fellow and completed a prescribed course of studies in Non-Profit Management. Elder Robinson, along with his wife Sis. Deborah L. Robinson completed the second cohort of the University Of Baltimore School Of Business – Merrick School of Business Social Enterprise Program in 2006.
Elder Robinson has also served his community as president of the South Western Community Organization for the last 30 years, chairperson Operation Reach-Out Southwest, member of The University Of Maryland Institutional Research Review Board, Liberty Medical Center Board of Directors, The University Of Maryland School of Social Work Advisory Board (SWOCO), chairperson of Concerned Citizens of Poppleton, and chairperson Poppleton’s Empowerment Zone.
Elder Robinson was also a member of the Christian Community Church of God for over forty years (1958 – 1998) under the leadership of the late Elder Conway Green. Elder Robinson served and studied under Elder Green and was also the radio and church announcer for 12 years. Elder Robinson served as an expository reader for Elder Green as well.
In 1986 after having an epiphany, Elder Robinson received his call from God and began an evangelistic ministry at three nursing homes serving HIV patients along with his wife at his side.
In 1989 Sister Deborah Robinson encouraged her husband to support the Agape` House and he became an avid supporter. Elder Robinson has served as a volunteer, board member, board chairperson and senior pastor over the last 26 years. He presently serves as president, chief executive officer of the Agape` Out-Reach Ministries and Social Enterprise Program as well.
Elder and Sister Robinson have been honored by the Association of Fundraising Professionals Maryland Chapter as two Shinning Stars “Whose Commitment to Philanthropy is An Example for All in 2005”. WBAL TV also nominated Elder and Sister Robinson for their work in outstanding community service and they are the recipients of a national award, the prestige’s Jefferson Award for Public Service 2005. Elder Robinson was also the recipients of the Howard Scripp Award and a $10,000.00 check in recognition of his work at the Agape ‘House.
Rev. Edward G. Robinson, President CEO
Senior Pastor and Presiding Elder