HEPHZIBAH, GA, -- Henry T. Armstrong III, Crime Prevention Consultant for Ounce of Prevention Services, Inc., has been recognized by Cambridge Who's Who for demonstrating dedication, leadership and excellence in intervention programming.
As CEO and Owner of Ounce Of Prevention Services (OOPS), Inc. for the past 16 years, Mr. Armstrong, skilled in people management, is responsible for consulting with parents and children. As a Crime Prevention Consultant and CEO, he and OOPS, Inc. board members assist in risk prevention and intervention programming for delinquent and non-delinquent youth.
Formerly, Mr. Armstrong gained experience working in the field of Mental Health, Adult Corrections, the Juvenile Justice System, and in the U.S. Military - an 0-4/Major; a 20 plus year veteran of the U.S. Air Force and Georgia Air National Guard as a Executive Officer to the Commander and a Human Relations/E.O.T. Officer from 1976 through 1998.
In 1976, Mr. Armstrong received a Bachelor of Arts from the highly esteemed Historically Black College/University Paine College of Augusta, Georgia. He continued his education and concentration of a Masters of Education Degree in Criminal Justice at Troy State University. Mr. Armstrong also furthered his education at Augusta State University and several Military Colleges and Universities; Officer Candidate Institute, D.E.O.M.I., Squadron Officer School, etc.
He currently is active with several local organizations in his home of Augusta, Georgia. He's a supporter and member of several organizations (listed below), which he attributes his success, along with his caring nature towards youth and families. In the future, he intends to continue aiding in the development of crime prevention and social programs working with local school systems and other non-profit organizations.
Mr. Armstrong is a member or supporter of the following organizations:
a. Special Olympics - 2010 Partner
b. Southern Poverty Law Center - Member since 2005
c. American Diabetes Association - Member
d. NAACP - Supporter
e. International Guild of Professional Consultants
f. Red Tail Project of The Tuskegee Airmen Institute - Supporter
g. Schomburg Center for Research In Black Culture - Supporter (Friend Level)
h. NMAAHC - National Museum of African American History and Culture - Charter Member
I. Washington, D.C. Martin Luther King Jr. International Memorial Project Foundation - Supporter
A non-profit organization, Ounce Of Prevention Services, Inc. helps children and adults realize their fullest potentials. It offers prevention and intervention services, and aims to guide children
toward functioning appropriately in today's society. For more information, contact Mr. Henry T. Armstrong III
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