Fathers’ rights attorney and advocate Jeffery Leving recently hosted corporate executive and community leader Glen Fulton on a live broadcast of Chicago Counterpoint TV. Earlier this year, Fulton took the executive director position at the Greater Englewood Community Development Corporation (GECDC), whose mission is to rebrand, rebuild and revitalize the community, hard hit by gang violence. Fulton’s family has resided in Englewood for more than 50 years, giving him unique insights into the dynamics of the once thriving community. The father of five discussed the nonprofit’s efforts to help all fathers unite and protect their children. “As executive director of the GECDC, my job is to restore Englewood to its rightful position as a strong community to raise children and families. We can’t do that without fathers coming together to take back what is ours, ‘’ said Fulton, who lives in Englewood with his wife and two youngest children.