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Curley Dossman Jr. is President of the Georgia-Pacific Foundation and Vice President of Community Affairs. Outside of his current role, he serves as Chair of the National Board of Directors and Executive Committee of 100 Black Men of America, Inc., an organization committed to mentoring and paying the college tuition for inner city students. He is also an active member of Morehouse College Alumni Association.
Prior to joining Georgia-Pacific, he worked for AT&T, serving in various legal roles including State Vice President for Georgia, Regional Attorney for the Southern Region (National Government Relations Division). At AT&T, he received the AT&T External Affairs Pacesetter Award for Excellence in Performance and was selected to be a participant in AT&T’s Advanced Management Program in recognition of his performance as a high-potential employee.
A native of Louisiana, he moved to Atlanta to attend Morehouse College, where he received a BA degree in 1973. While attending Morehouse, he was a member of Phi Beta Kappa, received the Robert Brisbane Outstanding Award for Students of Political Science, served as President of the Morehouse Student Government Association and was a member of the College Board of Trustees. After graduating from Morehouse, he attended Washington University School of Law and earned a JD degree in 1976. While there, he served as President of the Association of Black Students.