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A Refugee’s Story of Survival and Success

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Meet Pitman Kennedy
Pitman Kennedy is a retired Master Sergeant with the Air Force where he served for 21 years. He is also
a basketball player development coach, strength and conditioning trainer, and a motivational speaker.
His Air Force experience as a leadership facilitator, time spent with Legendary NNBA Coach John
Lucas, as well as professional and personal development as a player development coach propelled him
to build Sweat Equity Athletic and Leadership Basketball Skill Development LLC in 2014. Mr.
Kennedy is versed in many areas and holds a MS in Management, from National Louis University, and
is currently working on his Doctor of Education at Grand Canyon University. He also holds Masters
Certificates in both Project Management and Lean Six Sigma Black Belt from Villanova University.
Pitman is a certified USA Basketball Youth Development Coach, a Professional Member of the National
Speakers Association and Project Management Institute.
For more information – www.amazon.com/Audacity-Resilience-Refugee-Memoir

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ARMED FORCES AND SOCIAL CHANGE: NEW BOOK EXAMINES THE STRUGGLE FOR RACIAL & GENDER EQUALITY

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TROY MOSLEY

Troy Mosley is a retired Army Lieutenant Colonel and is the founder and CEO of Citizens Against Intolerance. Troy is a 20-year veteran with a B.S. in Psychology, earning his commission through Florida A&M University’s ROTC Program. Troy has held various military assignments in his 20-year career.  He was the lead project officer for the first-ever Fisher House dedicated outside the continental United States, and he served as the Executive Officer for the 212th Mobile Army Surgical Hospital during Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2003. Troy also served as the Administrative Director, Department of Surgery, Walter Reed Army Community Hospital before being selected to be the Army Surgeon General’s Executive Assistant. Troy served as COO for Weed Army community Hospital (WACH) in 2009 where he led the Hospital to the best Joint Commission (TJC) Accreditation score in the Army that year. His efforts were instrumental in securing funds for a $300 million new hospital construction project at Fort Irwin, CA, the DoD’s first solar-powered hospital. His book The Armed Forces and American Social Change: An Unwritten Truce is available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

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Jerad W. Alexander has written for EsquireRolling StoneThe NationNarratively, and elsewhere. He holds an MFA in Literary Reportage from the New York University Arthur L. Carter School of Journalism. From 1998 to 2006, he served as a U.S. Marine, deploying to the Mediterranean, East Africa, and Iraq. He grew up on military bases, from the east coast of the United States to Japan. He currently lives in New York City, but calls Atlanta home.

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Armed Forces and Social Change: New Book Examines the Struggle for Racial & Gender Equality

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TROY MOSLEY

Troy Mosley is a retired Army Lieutenant Colonel and is the founder and CEO of Citizens Against Intolerance. Troy is a 20-year veteran with a B.S. in Psychology, earning his commission through Florida A&M University’s ROTC Program. Troy has held various military assignments in his 20-year career.  He was the lead project officer for the first-ever Fisher House dedicated outside the continental United States, and he served as the Executive Officer for the 212th Mobile Army Surgical Hospital during Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2003. Troy also served as the Administrative Director, Department of Surgery, Walter Reed Army Community Hospital before being selected to be the Army Surgeon General’s Executive Assistant. Troy served as COO for Weed Army community Hospital (WACH) in 2009 where he led the Hospital to the best Joint Commission (TJC) Accreditation score in the Army that year. His efforts were instrumental in securing funds for a $300 million new hospital construction project at Fort Irwin, CA, the DoD’s first solar-powered hospital. His book The Armed Forces and American Social Change: An Unwritten Truce is available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

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