• 2013 Detroit Mayoral Candidate: Herman Griffin

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    Herman Griffin is a person Detroit can trust as Mayor. He is committed to keeping the needs of the citizens first. Herman wants our youth to have a future, adults to have jobs, and seniors to have security, by shaping a Detroit where citizens are able to work, play, but most importantly live. He is an advocate for the community who fights with integrity. He has a fresh perspective and innovative strategies to transform Detroit. Herman is the clear alternative to business as usual.

    Herman Griffin

    Biography

    Herman Griffin is the oldest of three children. He has called Detroit home for the last 30 years. His father is a second generation pastor and former union worker. His mother was an educator, grant writer, and political liaison.

    Herman is a legacy graduate of Cass Technical High School, and has obtained degrees from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Howard University School of Divinity, District of Columbia, and Thomas M. Cooley Law School, Auburn Hills.

    While at Howard, Herman served as President of the Senior Class, and President of the Student Government Association. Herman received the Graduate Student of the Year Award for two consecutive years at Howard University.

    From 2007 to 2010 Herman had the privilege of serving as his mother’s primary caregiver. He cherishes the moments spent by her side as one of his greatest accomplishments.

    Herman formed the Barbara Ann Moore Hope Foundation Inc., in 2008. The B. A. Moore Hope Foundation was created to serve at-risk youth by promoting education, discouraging juvenile delinquency, and supporting positive family relationships.

    In 2008, Herman completed a highly selective community organizing fellowship sponsored by the Center for Community Change of the District of Columbia. The Center for Community Change provided Herman with the same instructors that mentored Barack Obama.

    While studying at Thomas M. Cooley Law School, Herman served as a student attorney in the Family Law Assistance Project (FLAP), a law school clinic. The clinic offers low-income residents and victims of domestic violence free legal services.

    Herman Griffin is an ordained minister with a background in education, youth development, community organizing, and alternative dispute resolution. Herman is a proven advocate for his community and fights to keep citizens first.

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