We are a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization with the goal to create safer environment for children and their pets in urban communities by headhunting modern day Vikings within law-enforcement taking on the Neighborhood Rescue of America Challenge.
In all our work we seek to nurture the core Vikings traits; Imagination, Vision, Collaboration and Fearlessness in the communities we transform. This being traits in the heroes we headhunt, the Viking drawing competition, field trips, the annual Viking Awards, our Hometown Heroes TV show and when introducing the Leif Erikson Day.
Learn more about how we can help by contacting us or attending our sessions at leading police leadership conferences such as the National Sheriffs´ Association, Preventing Crime in the Black Community and local law-enforcement events. My own core belief is that by headhunting the right leadership, optimizing collaboration, applying the 10-step system and nurturing the core Viking beliefs success is always ensured. We are strong advocates of Community Policing (COP) and the Sons of Norway Viking Lodges.
Christian completed his university studies in African-American Studies and BA in Business Administration. He then created a triple impact headhunting company
As part of ESR´s CSR program Christian created the Neighborhood Rescue blueprint, outlined in Neighborhood Rescue 101.
Christian traveled to Las Vegas to kick of the Neighborhood Rescue of America Challenge, where ESR recruited a local rescue team with Christian as the project director and turns around the most dangerous community in Las Vegas.
Christian received an honorary award from the Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman and the City Council for his work in Nevada. The Las Vegas project is later shared in his multi-award winning Vegas Vikings (VIDEO)
Neighborhood Rescue of America ( ESR´s CRS program) becomes the largest 501 (c)(3)nonprofit headhunting organization in America, with +100 headhunters and analysts. Nationwide Intern program is started.
We belive that by creating positive and safe environments for children in low-income urban communities the current 97% failure rate can be dramatically changed. This has already been proven by our Neighborhood Rescue of America Challenge, which is now duplicated across the US.