Eugene Schneeberg

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Senior Technical Specialist, Fathers & Families
ICF
Biography

Current as of August 2017: Eugene serves as a Senior Fatherhood & Families Specialist at ICF where he works on a range of projects that work to promote responsible fatherhood and strengthen families. Prior to joining ICF, Eugene served as the Director of the Center for Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships at the U.S. Department of Justice. Eugene earned a degree in Urban Affairs from Boston University in 2003, and currently resides in the Washington D.C. metro area. As a contributing author to The DadTalk Blog, Eugene has written on topics including youth violence prevention, co-parenting, children of incarcerated parents, and the importance of spending time with your children.

Blog posts from Eugene Schneeberg

Addressing fatherhood can play a key role in the addressing youth violence in our communities. This reality was recently front and center at a session of a two day working session of cities participating in the…

Along with over 500 fathers and children, my children and I recently had the privilege of attending the All Pro Dad’s Baltimore All Pro Dad Father and Kids Experience at M&T Bank Stadium. At the event, Super Bowl Champion Matt Stover spoke…

Inspired by President Obama’s Fatherhood & Mentoring Initiative, seven-time NBA All-Star Dwyane Wade hosted a Responsible Fatherhood Roundtable discussion and recognition ceremony with a group of individuals who exemplify the goals of the…

As a dad it can be easy to get a caught up in the idea that the most important part of your job as a parent has to do with the material things you give to your kids. Beyond just covering basics like food and shelter, it can be easy to think your…

When I was a child, I resented the fact that I didn’t know who my father was and that he wasn’t in my life. My mother and father had gone their separate ways before I was even born. What made things even harder as a child was that my mother could…