Edie Darling, Ambassador of Peace, joined AM Tampa bay to discuss her mission for peace, continued protests and upcoming elections, and what people can do to stay peaceful.
Edie is seeking a presidential nomination for United States International Ambassador at Large. Her goal is to assist in bringing peace back to our nation and nations abroad.
As the U.S. International Ambassador at Large, she will bring people of all cultures, political affiliation and religious faiths together for one sound purpose of declaring peace for the world.
Edie's professional experiences have prepared her for this position, which includes: Law Enforcement Officer, Community Leader/ Activist, Pastor, and Senior Chaplain. In these capacities, She has assisted countless individuals of all faith groups in the most difficult and challenging times in their lives. Edie understands the importance of the issues we all face and know what it takes to make a difference.
Here are some of her supporters:
·Pinellas Board of County Commissioners Ken Welch & Charlie Justice
·Mayor Rick Kriseman City of St Petersburg & Deputy Mayor Dr. Kanika Tomalin
·City of St. Petersburg City Council Members Gina Driscoll, Lisa Wheeler- Bowman & Amy Foster
·Mayor Chris Alahouzos, City of Tarpon Springs & City Commissioner Connor Donovan
·City Manager William Horne II, City of Cleawater
·George Lofton, Former President of Suncoast Police Benevolent Association, Inc
·Daniel Slaughter, Chief of Police Clearwater Police Department
·Robert Kochen, Chief of Police Tarpon Springs Police Department
·Anthony Holloway, Chief of Police St. Petersburg Police Department
·Robert Vincent, Chief of Police City of Gulfport Police Department
·Babak “Bobby” Barakat
·Captain United States Navy
·Rev. Watson L. Haynes, President & CEO, Pinellas County Urban League
·G. Scott Goyer, President & CEO
·YMCA OF THE SUNCOAST and many others
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