C4H Water&Power is a Subsidiary of Cure4Humanity Inc., a Technology, Engineering & Science global endeavor successfully inventing the ability to construct sustainable living infrastructure in remote regions, including significantly reducing the need to import food in cities and rural regions.
C4H Water&Power is the world’s first micro power and water plant able to be mass produced thus creating the ability to build Humanitarian, Commercial and Industrial Infrastructure by harvesting fresh water nightly and electricity 24/7 via Direct Connect and C4H Portable Off-Grid Units for houses, businesses and industrial in more than 180 countries and island nations. C4H has discovered more than 220 methodologies, innovations, protocols integrated into manufacturing enterprise-class technologies in intelligent energy applications, atmospheric water harvesting, agricultural robotic automation, natural-disaster proof housing combined create sustainable and self-reliant, fossil-free infrastructure.
Joint Ventures with Energy companies receive up to 50% equity in each station’s profits payable via dividends. C4H portions of profits allocates 90% of global profits are reinvested into constructing Humanitarian Stations for the 1.3 billion people without electricity and 870 million without clean drinking water.
C4H fully supports Solar & Wind Companies as we are united in providing clean energy to all nations. With Solar and Wind technologies can produce energy in regions of the planet now have access to C4H Power via Direct Connect Metered PPA Revenue Programs as a Certified C4H Power Partner ranging from 10kW to 5MW per W&P Station. Retailers, Businesses and Industrial companies needing to expand locations can build adjacently to C4H W&P Station regardless if the land has access to water and power providing ability to purchase scrub brush land in new markets no longer limited.
- Invent, Engineer, Manufacture & Deliver
- Zero-Channel Conflict Policy
- Providing highest returns in the industry
- Trusted, Award-Winning Business Model
C4H Worldwide Executive Team
Learn about the people behind C4H Power & Water.
Eric W. Williams - Co-Founder, Chairman, Inventor
A Southern-California native, Eric is 25-year channel technology expert, philanthropist, writer & director “40 Point Plan” (Rated PG 2012) and has advised more than 300 companies worldwide as Founder of Corporate Channels Inc from 1999 to 2007. In 2008, Eric embarked into humanitarian solutions research via think-tank Evaluative Ideas from 2008-2013 when efforts confirmed the invention to the world’s first sustainable, self-reliant and disaster proof farm dome able to grow more crops per square foot in recorded history. This led Eric to a new level of commitment to end global hunger once this discovery was realized how significant the invention would change the world once the impoverished had abundant food and water. Eric raises the question “To teach a person to fish is wise, yet what does society do when there’s 1-million people fishing and only 1,000 fish in the water…?” Since launching C4H global endeavor February 4, 2013, Eric with the C4H Team invented new Gravity Garden Automated Systems, C4H Water&Power Stations and SafestCities to provide infrastructure at the local rural level and enhance city living with more reliable off-grid electricity, fresh drinking water and safe, affordable housing communities in 180+ countries and island nations by 2030.
Cylk Cozart - Co-Founder, CEO & Co-Chairman
Cylk Cozart was born in Knoxville, Tennessee, to a (Cherokee), Native American mother and an African American father. His athletic ability in high school led him to several college scholarships offered, but his dream of a promising NBA career was cut short after a foot injury playing in the NBA’s Summer Pro League. With 50 films and more than 20 television shows to his credit, over 400 million viewers in the United States alone have seen Cozart’s work. But, for Cozart, it is his love of children and helping others less fortunate that led him to Hollywood and what continues to underscore his reason for being in show business. His wide range of talents as an actor, director, producer, writer and model, have made him one of Hollywood’s most sought-after artists. His impressive list of film credits to his name that have garnered well over ONE BILLION DOLLARS at the box office to date. He is most recognized from “White Men Can’t Jump,” “Conspiracy Theory,” “16 Blocks,” “Three To Tango,” “Eraser” And Steven Spielberg’s, “Eagle Eye.” Cozart has been the spokesperson of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and celebrity representative for the National Make- A-Wish Foundation, Boys & Girls Clubs of America, The Lupus Foundation of America, the National Tourette Syndrome Association and The National Indian Council to name a few. He also received a Certificate of Appreciation from Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan. Cozart, created and produced “Wave to the World,” an All-Star Celebrity Video titled, “Spirit of Life,” for the 2000 Paralympic Games in Sydney, Australia, which has won the prominent Videographer and Aurora Awards, the Telly Award and the NY Film Festival Bronze Award. Cozart is also the Director of Entertainment / Education, of, Keeping Dreams Alive Foundation: (KDA), which focuses on mentoring children from Jr. High through College and helps find Scholarships for youth that have fallen through the cracks of life. One of Cylk’s passions in life is to create “art based” schools across the country for children and those in underserved communities. The “Dream Academy.”
Martin Luther King III - Global Ambassador, Founding Partner and Advisory Board Member
As the oldest son of the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Mrs. Coretta Scott King, Martin Luther King III is carrying the torch lit by both of his parents into the 21st century. King’s dedication to creating and implementing strategic nonviolent action to rid the world of social, political, and economic injustice has propelled him to the forefront as one of the nation’s most ardent advocates for the poor, the oppressed, and the disillusioned. King is committed to the personal and educational development of youth and has initiated several programs throughout the years to support and nurture young people. He received one of India’s most prestigious honors, the Ramakrishna Bajaj Memorial Global Award for outstanding contributions to the promotion of human rights at the 26th Anniversary Global Awards of the Priyadarshni Academy in Mumbai, India. On the 43rd anniversary of the assassination of his father (April 4, 2011), King helped to lead nation- wide demonstrations against initiatives to eliminate and undermine collective bargaining rights of public supporters at the Georgia state capitol, urging them to “defend the collective bargaining rights of teachers, bus drivers, police, firefighters and other public service workers, who educate, protect and serve our children workers in Wisconsin and other states. He also led a mass march in Atlanta and spoke to a crowd of supporters at the Georgia state capitol, urging them to “defend the collective bargaining rights of teachers, bus drivers, police, firefighters and other public service workers, who educate, protect and serve our children and families.” Now as the President of the Drum Major Institute (DMI), the only non-profit organization founded by his father, he continues Dr. King’s work around eradicating the triple evils (poverty, militarism and racism). Throughout his life, Martin Luther King, III has worked with individuals deeply committed to the struggle for human rights and a nonviolent society. He is the recipient of numerous awards and several honorary degrees. In conjunction with Ambassador Andrew Young and other partners, Mr. King co-founded Bounce TV – the first-ever and fastest growing independently owned and operated TV network featuring African-Americans.
Tom Mangus - President of Global Agricultural Operations, Equity Partner and Advisory Board Member
Cure4Hunger is pleased to announce that Tom Mangus has accepted the position of President of Global Agricultural Operations for Cure4Hunger. Before joining Cure4Hunger, Tom spent 25 years as the Director of Agriculture Global Procurement activities at Campbell Soup Company, where his responsibilities ranged from procurement, manufacturing, logistics and quality assurance. Prior to that he spent 13 years in various agricultural procurement and supply chain roles within the Food Manufacturing Industry and is a veteran of food manufacturing logistics. Tom brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to C4H and has in-depth plans to show companies the path to sustainability essentially importing the farm adjacent to their processing plants.
Darryl Zilberstein - Chief Legal Counsel, C.O.O., Founding Partner and Advisory Board Member
Darryl evaluates and assesses all departments and their interrelation, including engineering, design, marketing, sales, distribution, credit, finance, human resources, production, as well as corporate governance and business policy advising on market strategies, logistics, sales and land contracts, financing, lending documents and entitlement conditions. Review presentations from Cure4Hunger investors, clients, developers, prospects, lenders and joint ventures. Previously Darryl generated cost analyses for ground-up development projects and value-added opportunities. Darryl has vast experience specializing in disposition, acquisition, project leasing, tenant representation, development consulting and property syndication. Analyze suitability of properties for investment and development, including CAP rates and ROI; assess current market conditions, emerging markets, trends and niche opportunities.
Woodrow W. Clark, II, MA3, PhD. Ambassador Island Nations, Equity Partner, Advisory Board Member
Clark is a globally recognized and respected expert, author, lecturer, public speaker and consultant on the global and local solutions to climate change. His core advocacy is in the economics for smart green communities. During the 1990s he was Manager of Strategic Planning for Technology Transfer at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) for the University of California and the U.S. Department of Energy. While at LLNL he served as one of the contributing scientists and experts to the work of the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), which was awarded the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize.
From climate change from governments and businesses, using public policy, science and technology, and their economics and finance methods. In 2004 he founded, and now manages, Clark Strategic Partners (CSP), a global environmental and renewable energy consulting firm using his political-economic expertise to guide, advise and implement public and private projects advancing sustainable, smart communities as well as colleges and universities, shopping malls, office buildings and film studios. In 2014, building on his mass media background (1980s), he founded Clark
Mass Media Company (CM2C), which specializes in documentary, education and dramatic social issues.
Clark earned three master’s degrees from different universities in Illinois and his Ph.D. at University of California, Berkeley. He has published eleven books and 70+ peer-reviewed articles, which reflect his concern for global sustainable communities. Recent authored and edited books are The Next Economics (Springer, 2012) and Global Sustainable Communities Handbook (Elsevier, 2014). His latest coauthored books, with Grant Cooke, are The Green Industrial Revolution (Elsevier, 2014), China’s Green Industrial Revolution (in Mandarin, 2015) and Smart Green Cities (Gower, 2015). He plans a book on Island Nations (publisher not decided) and updates on Agile Energy Systems (Elsevier) and Qualitative Economics (Elsevier).
Clark also served in academic, nonprofit organizations and government. His most recent teaching positions were graduate courses in the USA and China. From 2012-2014, he was an Academic Specialist in Cross-Disciplinary Studies at UCLA, and from 1999-2000 he was a Visiting Professor of Science, Technology and Entrepreneurship at Aalborg University, Denmark, where he was also a Fulbright Fellow in 1994. He served as a Director of the Fulbright Academy for Science and Technology and was Senior Advisor to California Governor Gray Davis from 2000-2003 for Renewable Energy, Emerging Technologies and Finance. Recently he was Chair of the Citizens Oversight Committee for the public-school bond funds ($334 million) to remodel and update public schools in Beverly Hills, CA where he lives now with his wife and seven-year-old son.
Glen Roberts - C4H Ambassador US Department Agriculture, Equity Partner, Advisory Board Member
As a Certified Global Business Professional (CGBP), Glen Roberts continually implements his experience and knowledge to assist U.S. firms in global trade. His professional experience began with 3M while attending college and initiated his passion for international trade. Since this time, he has always worked in the international department of a firm. His experience with an international freight forwarder and logistics firm provided an exceptional perspective for international trade. Letter of credits, State Department licenses and hazardous materials were part of his normal routine.
As an experienced International Trade Professional, Glen’s current activities include all aspects of exporting, economic development through export training and assistance, and his expertise has provided great success for his clients in the renewable energy and alternative fuels industry sector. In fact, he’s been recognized by industry and peers as a top leader by the International Green Industrial Hall of Fame. His recruitment efforts include a high-level executive led renewable energy trade mission to Turkey for the U.S. Dept. of Commerce. Glen’s specialties: International finance solutions, export market research, international contract law, partner matchmaking, export regulations and renewable energy. CGBP: a credentialed program offered by the National Association of Small Business International Trade Educators, Cleveland State University recognized professionally around the globe.
Michael McIntyre PhD - Equity Partner and Advisory Board Member
Dr. Michael McIntyre is the Director of the Professional MBA Program at The University of Tennessee. He is an Industrial-Organizational Psychologist with experience as a corporate trainer, management consultant, executive coach, and university professor.
His corporate training and management consulting focuses on internal strategic planning, or helping organizations reach performance goals by aligning their management systems, including hiring, training, compensation, performance review, attendance and discipline policies, and succession plans. Dr. McIntyre has worked with numerous national and international companies in a variety of industries including manufacturing, engineering, financial services, retail, and entertainment.
For eight years, Dr. McIntyre was on the faculty in the Management Department, in the College of Business at The University of Tennessee. In this capacity, he taught undergraduate and graduate classes in business strategy, organizational behavior, change management, conflict resolution, communication, negotiation, selection, performance appraisal, and dealing with performance issues.
In addition to dozens of academic presentations and publications, Dr. McIntyre has appeared on Fox News, The Early Show, and National Public Radio, and featured in USA Today, the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, and the Boston Globe. Dr. McIntyre received his Ph.D. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from The University of Tennessee and his B.S. in Public Policy from Cornell University.
John Braithwaite - President Worldwide Ambassadors, Australia Ambassador, Founding Partner
As National Ambassador to Australia for 3-years now, John has expanded C4H Pacific Rim. By September 2016, John’s was
promoted to President of Ambassadors Worldwide opening C4H in new countries including India, United Kingdom, and Indonesia. Prior to joining C4H, John was a 30-year veteran and expert in the Australian seafood industry prior to transitioning into Ambassadorship roles in philanthropic and humanitarian projects with Cure4Hunger. As National Ambassador to Australia since February 2015, John recruit and train National Ambassadors in 130+ countries and island nations with a standard of excellence and proven responsible stewardship to humanity.
Varghese Devassy - National Ambassador of India, Advisory Board Member, Equity Partner
Varghese began his professional life with Reserve Bank of India s a research officer in the monetary policy department and worked in this capacity for two years beginning in 1989. From 1991 through 2003, Mr. Devassy went on to work in various capacities in the United Nations. Starting with the Human Right commission posted in Hong Kong, he later was posted in Nairobi working in the political affairs department. Since 2003 Varghese has been working in Dubai United Arab Emirates in various capacities in the corporate world. Currently, he is the executive director of Pacific Business, a management consultancy company. Varghese earned his Master’s Degree in Management Studies (Mumbai University) and Economics (University of Madras) as well as a Post-Graduate Diploma in Econometrics (IIM Ahmadabad)
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