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1978–Present Paul Jones Enterprises, Atlanta, Ga.

1984–85 U.S. Department of Commerce, Atlanta, Ga.
Regional Director, Minority Business Development Agency

1978–79 Tuskegee Institute, Tuskegee, Ala.
Director, Office of Public Information

1973–79 ACTION (federal agency), Atlanta, Ga.
Regional Director

1972–73 ACTION, Washington, D.C.
Staff Assistant for Domestic Affairs

1970–71 United States Embassy, Bangkok, Thailand
Peace Corps Deputy Director

1970 U.S. Department of Transportation, Washington, D.C.
Director, Office of Civil Rights, National Highway Safety Bureau

1968–70 National Model Cities Association, Charlotte, N.C.
Executive Director, National Chairman, Model Cities Program

1967–68 U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Atlanta, Ga.
Citizen Participation Adviser detailed to Washington, D.C.

1965-67 U.S. Departments of Justice and Commerce, Washington, D.C.
Community Relations Specialist

1963–65 U.S. District Court, San Francisco, Calif.
U.S. Probation Officer

1962–63 Paul Jones Public Relations & Restaurant, Birmingham, Ala.

1957–62 Juvenile/Domestic Relations Court, Birmingham, Ala.
Probation Officer and Referee

1954–56 Birmingham / Jefferson County, Birmingham, Ala.
Executive Secretary, Plan/Coordinate First Statewide Race Relations Institute

1951–53 Johnson Publishing Co., Chicago, Ill.
Public Relations Field Representative

1973 M.A., Governor's State University
1964 Doctoral Work, University of California
1963 Federal Probation Training Institute, University of Chicago
1958 Alcohol Studies Program, Yale University
1955 Race Relations Institute, Fisk University
1951 Political Science Study, Queens College
1949 - 50 M.A. Coursework Complete, Howard University
1949 B.A., Howard University
1945 - 47 Alabama State College
1945 Graduate, Dunbar High School, Bessemer, Ala.

Research and Publications
Collaborated in the Publication of Art Exhibition Catalogs for Marietta/Cobb Museum of Art, Emory University/Schatten Gallery and University of Delaware Museum Gallery, 1990-99.

"Key Man in Model Cities Strategy," Health Education at Work, Volume 20, 1969.

"Model Cities: Approaching the American Dilemma," Journal of Social and Behavior Sciences, 1968.

"Police-Community Relations Study," Office of the Mayor, Tuskegee, Ala., 1966.

"Alcoholism: The Deviant Behavior Problem," Alabama State Teachers Association Journal, 1960.

"The Attitudes of Informed Opinion Concerning the Working of The Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946," 1950.

Boards and Committees
Atlanta History Center
Georgia Museum of Art
Metropolitan Area Art Fund
University of Delaware Visual Arts Visiting Committee
Atlanta Judicial Commission
High Museum of Art (former)
Twentieth Century Art Society (Past President)
Multicultural Committee (Past Chair)
Art Papers (former)
Park Pride (former)
Stillman College Trustee (former)

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