Serves as president of the General Missionary Baptist Convention of Georgia 11th District Youth Convention until 1992.
Earns a Bachelor of Science in education from Troy University.
Is a social studies and history teacher and assistant principal of Ware County High School and Waycross High School until 1996.
Serves as vice president of the General Missionary Baptist Convention of Georgia State.
Is a bishop at Emmanuel’s International Cathedral through today.
Achieves a Master of Science in secondary education from Valdosta State University.
Obtains a Doctor of Christian Education from Truth Bible College and Seminary.
Authors “Trusting God to Supply Your Needs: Perspectives on Exercising Your Faith.”
Is a chancellor at Emmanuel Bible College through today.
Authors “Just Because God Said It: A Journal of Prophetic Predictions and Pronouncements.”
Is named Georgia Man of the Year by the Partnership Courage Collaboration and Leadership Achievement Award Committee in Atlanta, GA.
Receives the Ted Harris Human and Spiritual Values Award from the Kiwanis Club of Waycross through 2017.
Becomes a NUPE of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc., Brunswick (GA) Alumni Chapter.
Is a professor of sociology and job acquisition skills at Coastal Pines Technical College through today.
Is charter president, coach, mentor and a member of the president’s distinguished Swamp Talk Toastmasters.
Receives the Distinguished Kiwanian Award from the Kiwanis Club of Waycross.
Serves as chair of the region for the Department of Health Board until 2024.
Receives the Distinguished Toastmaster Award; Is the honorable mayor of the City of Waycross through today.
Serves on the board of directors of the Georgia Municipal Association’s Equity and Inclusion Committee and Advisory Board and Legislative Policy Council through today.
Is a member of the Georgia Municipal Association Executive Committee and the Children and Youth Advisory Council.