Throughout his career, Conrad Mandsager has provided “on the ground” expertise to social service organizations in not-for-profit, for-profit, and government sectors. His strong record of leadership and program development has assisted numerous organizations seeking growth in new and existing ventures that serve at-risk youth.
His credits include the development of the first volunteer-run prison in the US, the development of the second largest mentoring program in the US for at-risk youth, and the design of Wheels for the World, an international wheelchair distribution program serving children in over 60 countries. In 2006, Mandsager founded
ChildVoice International in response to the needs of countless children traumatized by war. ChildVoice’s programs recognize that someone must speak for children so devastated that they are unable even to whisper the horrors of becoming young victims of inhumanity. But more than speak, ChildVoice operates on the conviction that children affected by war and exploitation can be restored in safe communities with loving care, spiritual and psychosocial counseling, and effective education and vocational training.