Dr. Alzo Reddick
Assistant Vice President for University Relations, Director of Defense Transition Services, University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida
Highly successful professional with 40 years of increasing levels of educational, management and political experience. More than 35 years as an administrator, professor and teacher in private and public education. One of the few educators that has worked in all grade levels from primary to higher education in segregated and non-segregated schools. Lectures on the Civil War and African American History, specializing on the role of the black cowboy winning the west.
Director of innovative program to recruit U.S. military veterans to further their education with goals of becoming educators. Program is designed to give veterans a second career; help alleviate the shortage of qualified teachers; increase the number of males in the education system; and provide positive role models and mentors for at risk children.
Professor and administrator for 12 years at one of the oldest private colleges in Florida.
Recruited students for one of the fastest growing community colleges in Florida. Also initiated a 2+2 agreement between Valencia Community College and historically black colleges and universities.
First African -American male to teach at Winter Park High School.
- Ed.D., Nova University, 1977
- M.E., Florida A & M University 1971
- B.S., Paul Quinn University, 1960
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