Terri Donovan Mansfield

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"Terri was the volunteer co-founderand executive director of the proactive, inclusive and transpartisan Arizona Department of Peace Campaign, from 2003-2009, which supported the creation of a Cabinet level Department of Peace in Washington, DC which would serve as an umbrella to support nonprofits already working to end violence in our communities. Marianne Williamson began this extraordinary campaign on the national level...

Terri Donovan Mansfield is the Executive Vice President for Fundraising in the Public Interest (FPI), founded by President and CEO Suzanne Mendelssohn, PhD, Earth’s only ETI obedience healer as well as science intuitive for tau neutrino zero point energy (ZPE).

"In addition, Terri is the Director of the ETI (Extraterrestrial Intelligence) Peace Task Force. The highly evolved contiguous universe ETI are nonviolent, obedient to God, and superior to all “celestials” in our universe. In this capacity she worked closely with the late Apollo 14 astronaut Dr. Edgar Mitchell. They both agreed that humans will be allowed to be a space-faring species when we evolve to nonviolence.

"As a universal diplomatic expert on peace, Terri co-founded the Arizona Department of Peace Campaign, AZDOP, which supports the creation of a cabinet level U.S. Department of Peace, which will research, articulate and facilitate inclusive and transpartisan peace-building in local and international communities dedicated to fostering nonviolence. Included in many of Terri’s peace distinctions are:

"The history of the Department of Peace movement in our country goes back to 1773, when George Washington’s colleague Dr. Benjamin Rush, a signer of the Declaration of the Independence, called for a new Department of Peace in our country. Over the years, many bills have been introduced into Congress, supported by both Democrats and Republicans. The current version of the bill was originally introduced by former Congressional Representative Dennis Kucinich on July 11, 2003, TWO months before 9-11." [1]

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  1. terrimansfield Teri organizational web page, accessed May 2, 2018.