FUNDING AREAS: Education, community enrichment, the environment, entrepreneurship
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PROFILE: Curley Dossman is president of the Georgia-Pacific Foundation. His Businessweek bio reads:
Mr. Curley M. Dossman, Jr. has been President of Georgia-Pacific Foundation at Georgia-Pacific LLC since 1994. Mr. Dossman has been a Vice President of Community Affairs at Georgia-Pacific LLC since 1994. He served as State Vice President of Government Affairs at AT&T from 1984 to 1994. He served as Legislative Assistant at U.S. Senator Russell B. Long from 1979 to 1984. He served as Assistant Director of Louisianna State Planning Office from 1978 to 1984. He served as Inter-Agency Liaison Officer at Office of Federal Affairs and Special Projects - State of Louisianna from 1976 to 1978. He serves as Treasurer of Great Schools Atlanta. He is Chair Emeritus of Atlanta Victim Assistance Program. He serves as Chairman of Metro Atlanta YMCA, Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce and Atlanta Downtown Improvement District. He served as Chairman of National Black Arts Festival and Professional Association of Georgia Educators. He served as Vice Chairman of Operations at 100 Black Men of America. He serves as Director of Leadership Atlanta , Great Schools Atlanta and High Museum of Art. He is a Member of Atlanta Rotary. He served as Chairman of Morehouse College Campaign for a New Century, Peachtree DeKalb Airport Authority Advisory Council and Piedmont Park Conservancy. He has been a Director of 100 Black Men Of America Inc. since September 28, 2012. He served as a Director of Leadership Georgia, Trust for Public Land, Atlanta and Path Foundation. He was Member of United Way of America - National Corporate Advisory Council, Atlanta Public School System Charter Review Commission and Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education. He was a Member of Chair Partnerships Committee at University of Georgia Task Force on Black Males in Higher Education. Mr. Dossman holds a B.A. from Morehouse College in 1973 and J.D. from Washington University School of Law in 1976.
The Georgia-Pacific corporate website also provides a full list of his affiliations and previous professional positions.