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Master Hughes is highly recognized for his accomplishments .
Master Hughes once stated " what good is a monk who accomplishes a life of sitting in robes without leaving his mark on the world."
Master Hughes is an engaged Buddhist his past speaks for itself, he clearly defines action over opinions. He is the most accomplished Zen master in Texas, a life long advocate and antiviolence expert, from sitting on committees to working on internet infrastructure, to training executives in security and safety procedures, his is a life of action not talk.
Master Hughes most recently was called to New york to provide
safety training for an international company .
It is good that someone in the Buddhist community is so recognized.
His expertise also includes training for humanitarian workers in
traumatic stress and antiviolence programs. He has trained thousands of individuals
including law enforcement and crisis center workers.
He was the first Buddhist Master to be recognized in the north east Texas area appearing in numerous articles. Even though he has appeared before thousands of people he is still a relatively quiet person often staying at the center quietly doing his humanitarian work.
Grand Master of the Martial arts, his martial arts career spanned 30 years. Martial artists have come from all over to meet him.
Master Hughes has provided training to many influential agencies such as NASA, Boys and girls club of America, East Texas Crisis centers
He was most recently in 2010 mentioned in a Houston chronicle article. he is often contacted by news agencies such as the washington post.
Master Hughes has a long list of accomplishments, the last being recognition from SOS coordinator at NASA for Providing support in Training of Government employees. and in Senate of the State of Texas 2007.
He holds an M.S. degree in Management of Technology from the University of Texas school of Business and Technology Specialty training and development, an A.S. in Criminal justice and a B.S. degree in Criminology with a focus in social pathology.
Master Hughes has became well known for his involvement in antiviolence training.
After 911 Children's press filmed him working with New York youth about the trauma of the 911 catastrophe.
While on the ETVV County Task force, and the Etvv Technology committee he assisted in administration of a 250,000 dollar grant for technology later being admitted as a East Texas virtual village project partner micro enterprise, He has extensive experience with victim services and handling anti violence programs.
Having been recognized 9 times, once by the United States Department of Justice Office for Victims of crime, His name is honored in the Texas legislature.
He has also been recognized by Governor Perry's office for his "commitment and generosity to community in the Lone star State". By State Representative Chuck Hopson for his leadership and work in rural and community development.
By Congressman Jeb Henserling for his involvement in Humanitarian causes and Senator Cornyn. He has been listed in Who's Who in America 57th edition.
2011 recognized for providing support in training federal employees.
In 2006 by United States Department of Justice Office for Victims of Crime.
By State Representative
Chuck Hopson for his leadership and work in rural and
community development. And Congressman Jeb Henserling
for his involvement in Humanitarian causes and Senator Cornyn.
He has been listed in Who's Who in America 57th edition.