Cherie Ivy, Cherie is a retired nurse of 13 years, American business woman, entrepreneur and philanthropist and founder of the Humanitarian Post. Ms. Ivy has found great passion in philanthropic and humanitarian endeavors with focus on homelessness and hunger in America and abroad.
She has partnered with Transatlantic Business development in Atlanta Georgia for a 50 year pubic partnership agreement to deliver an economic system of modern, sustainable and highly technologically schools, hospitals, clinics, hotels, advanced sports, entertainment and mixed use facilities.
Cherie is also engaged with Wise Solutions CDI Inc. to provide solutions to power development, reusable energy and waste management in Angola, Nigeria, and Zambia. Cherie gained endorsements from Councilwoman Yvonne Burke, Council 15 District Janice Hahn, retired Chief of Police Bernard C Parks and Donzaleigh Abernathy, daughter of the late Ralph David Abernathy Jr. and niece to Dr. Martin Luther King for her Safe House series of videos which addressed the social needs of disenfranchised youth. She was awarded a Proclamation from Diane E. Watson, member of Congress 32nd Congressional District for Shaka Zulu, the Television Series and film which brought National attention for the fight against apartheid in South Africa.