Title: Operations Manager
Company: Georgia Coalition for the Peoples’ Agenda
Location: Ellenwood, Georgia, United States
Joel M. Caldwell, Operations Manager at Georgia Coalition for the Peoples’ Agenda, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in civic advocacy.
With years of experience to his credit, Mr. Caldwell has excelled as the operations manager for the Georgia Coalition for the Peoples’ Agenda, also known as the People’s Agenda and the GCPA, since 2021. In this position, he focuses on political and civic engagement through his work in communications, information technology, social media platforms and physical campaign materials, for which he creates the designs and curates campaign language. Likewise, Mr. Caldwell designs campaign videos for political candidates in Georgia, conducts both photograph and video work, supervises a nonpartisan voter registration program and collaborates alongside canvassers and event coordinators in his work with the GCPA.
In addition to this appointment, Mr. Caldwell served as a communications and information technology specialist for Georgia AFL CIO and the co-chairman of the Black Male Initiative. He was previously active as an executive board member for ProGA from 2020 to 202 and a contributor to the Georgia Stand-Up Program from 2014 to 2021, during which time he was briefly recruited as a program director in 2020. Mr. Caldwell began his career with Stand & Vote GOTV as a civic engagement coordinator.
Before embarking on his professional path, Mr. Caldwell graduated from Riverdale High School with a diploma in 2001. He continued his academic efforts through coursework in business management at West Georgia University. Following these accomplishments, Mr. Caldwell concluded his studies at Darden University, which is now known as Albany State University, at which he completed additional coursework in business management.
Mr. Caldwell attributes his success to his dedication, his flute nature and his continuous training. A firm believer that one’s past does not dictate their future, he was drawn to his field after his release from prison in 2014, at which point he decided to devote his time and attention to Stand & Vote GOTV and the Georgia Stand-Up Program. Looking toward the future, Mr. Caldwell hopes to establish a collectible business and develop a consulting company that would aid nonprofit organizations in their community engagement.
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