George Patterson is a professional multimedia, community and youth outreach training consultant who uses innovative, educational and experiential teaching methods to empower campuses and non-profit organizations on how to maximize minimal resources to get maximum results. His almost seven years in higher education and community activism has been dedicated to enhancing student leadership and empowerment programs by showing how to develop and execute concepts for marketing campaigns and strategic planning for college campuses and non-profit organizations. His diverse background in community outreach spans from civic engagement to health and wellness initiatives. George is currently the Director of Campus Life and Community Outreach for the Tougaloo College Owens Health and Wellness Center. He has a Master of Liberal Arts degree from the University of Saint Thomas and a Bachelor of Arts in History from Tougaloo College. He has presented at several national conferences, such as Children's Defense Fund Cradle to Prison Pipeline Summit, Samuel DeWitt Proctor Institute Young Adult Leaders Training, California Coalition Against Sexual Assault Campus Training Institute, Southwestern Black Student Leadership Conference, and National Association for Student Affairs Professionals.
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