Curley M. Dossman, Jr.

by Justin Cates
Curley M. Dossman, Jr.
President, Community Programs

Curley M. Dossman Jr. is President Community Programs at Georgia-Pacific.

In this role, Curley oversees all the company’s community-based programs nationwide and the company’s philanthropic giving. He works closely with Chief Executive Officer Christian Fischer, other company executives, and civic leaders in Atlanta and across the country. Advises senior management and HR leaders on cultural issues and diversity strategies across all Koch Companies.

Throughout his career, Curley has assumed positions of increasing responsibility in the government and public affairs arena. In 1984 Curley joined AT&T as Regional Attorney for the Southeastern U.S. Just prior to joining GP in late 1994, he was state vice president, government affairs for AT&T, where he was responsible for representing that corporation’s interests in the legislative, regulatory and industry relations areas.

Curley serves on the board of the 100 Black Men of America, Immediate Past International Board Chair, 100 Black Men of Atlanta, National Center for Civil and Human Rights, Savannah State University, Board of Visitors and the National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame.

Curley received a Bachelor’s degree from Morehouse College and a Law degree from Washington University School of Law.

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