Rev. Carl Keyes  is an internationally recognized humanitarian and founder of several non-profit organizations who has orchestrated some of the most significant emergency relief efforts in the history of the United States. The US Senate and the President of the United States formally recognized his first response efforts after the World Trade Center attacks and Hurricane Katrina as Rev Carl Keyes' efforts were inserted into the Congressional Record of the United States.
Rev. Carl Keyes is Founder and Managing Director of AID for the World and Aid for America and has expanded his relief efforts to include people who live perpetual crisis everyday due to a lack of basic life necessities. He has spent 29 years of serving people both in the US and in 31 different countries as well as nine years of living in Bushwick, Brooklyn which, at the time was one of NYC's most dangerous ghetto's.
Currently, the revitalization of US Cities is at the forefront of his mission as he is bringing sustainable economic and ecological development to areas of the country hardest hit by the floundering economy.
From retooling factories to developing marketing plans, he and his Team form collaborative creative meetings to building a better mousetrap, with his model of the "Three Minds Creative Construct." Keyes and his goal of resurrecting the unemployed of our Nation are becoming a reality as he travels with hope in one hand and a dream in the other.