Alphonso Amos is an individual that is committed to working for social justice and improving the quality of life of families. In 2015 at the age of 26-years old, Amos was elected to City Council in the city of Port Huron, Michigan where he served one term. He is a passionate advocate for youth and young adults, believing strongly in the power of volunteerism and service. Alphonso is the founder of a nonprofit organization known as Impact Youth Services whose mission is to impact urban youth and to positively influence their families and their environment through programs and activities. In addition to his role as a council member Alphonso Amos, has worked on many initiatives one being the African American Initiative for the Girl Scouts of Southeastern Michigan in which he worked to develop the African American Initiative; an initiative that will help shape the conversation on the need to create programs and funding for organizations that reach girls of color. Alphonso also leads community initiatives such as, Youth Voice and the Mentors Matter community initiative, homeless initiatives and community clean-up efforts. He is the past president of the Port Huron Branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) and former Michigan Coaching College Corp AmeriCorp Member. Amos is also currently serving on the Michigan Municipal League Energy, Environment, & Technology Policy Committee as a member and is a member of the Port Huron Rotary Club.