Community Family Life Services

Phone: (202) 347-0511 
Fax: (202) 347-0520


305 E Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001

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Designate #8818 United Way/Designate #60759 CFC of the National Capital Area

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Our Consultants

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current, ongoing and upcoming events

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Events

Throughout the year, CFLS hosts a number of special events aimed at raising funds and educating the community about the causes and consequences of homelessness and the unique plights faced by women reintegrating back into society after a period of incarceration.

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Hygiene
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Walk & 5k To End H I V

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Back
To School

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Christmas Drive Adopt-A-Family Program

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Thanksgiving
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Consultant

Sukari Pinnock-Fitts, MSOD, PCC

Sukari Pinnock-Fitts is a seasoned Organization Development consultant and PCC-level ICF-certified Coach, specializing in Cultural Competency, Leadership and Executive Development, Organization Transitions and Team Building. Her Master's degree in Organization Development is from the American University. Her undergraduate degree in Labor Studies is from the National Labor College.

Pinnock-Fitts is an Adjunct Professor in the Human Resources Master's Degree Program for the Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies, as well as the Program Manager for Georgetown’s Executive Certificate in Strategic Diversity and Inclusion Management, which is housed in its Institute for Transformational Leadership. She is a Coach Assessor for Georgetown’s Leadership Coaching Certificate Program and is presently working with a colleague on a book about coaching “with difference in mind” – a topic for which she offers coaching workshops. Believing strongly in an “action-oriented” approach to change, Pinnock-Fitts works with individuals and organizations to maximize human potential, cultivate talent and enhance group and individual performance. In the two decades spent as an Executive with a mid-sized nonprofit, she developed a unique understanding of the need for effectiveness, efficiency and commitment in both “mission-driven” and “for-profit” organizations. Pinnock-Fitts believes small shifts – in awareness, thinking, behavior, intention and action –  can result in significant changes that propel her clients forward. 

Pinnock-Fitts has supported clients in organizations including, but not limited to: the AARP, the American Federation of Government Employees, AFL-CIO, the Atlanta Housing Authority, the Busboys & Poets Restaurant Group, the Conference of Bank Supervisors, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the Consumer Health Foundation, the U.S. Department of Transportation, the Federal Reserve Bank, the George Washington University, the International Federation of Accountants, the Internal Revenue Service, the Joan Mitchell Foundation, KIPP Schools (Bay Area), the Millennium Challenge Corporation, the National Education Association, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Sodexo USA, Inc., the South Africa Rugby Association, Unreasonable East Africa, and the Weissberg Foundation.