Algie Mosley’s entire life has been an enlightening and motivating experience in the service to others. He grew up in the backwoods of Mississippi (where the opportunities for a good and healthy life was dismal). As a young child he and his family moved to Iowa in hopes for a better life. Algie was an average shy child throughout his school years, but was utilized quite often as a teacher’s aide because of his willingness to help others. After graduating high school, he spent 9 years working at Iowa Methodist Medical Center as a safety and security officer; it was here that he dealt with a roller coaster of emotions daily at the trauma center. At the ripe age 29, Algie decided to look deeper into the “Man in the Mirror” through education, so he moved to Sacramento, Ca. where he received his AA degree from Sacramento City College. He then relocated to UC Davis and completed his BA degree in Sociology. Algie continued his passion of service to others and moved to Washington D.C., where he interned with the Congressional Black Caucus. It was here where he received a more in depth concept of service by meeting others who chose the life of service: Rosa Parks, Maya Angelou, President Clinton, Dick Gregory, and Nelson Mandela, to name a few. He left the hill, but his will to serve others never left. He moved back to California, worked in a group home developing and motivating severally emotionally disturbed young boys to change their lives. Algie continued his legacy of service by Managing employees at several fortune 100 companies, such Progressive Insurance, Blue Shield of California, and Sales Consultant for Liberty Mutual Insurance. In the midst of his insurance profession, Algie also became a Father, Life Coach, Speaker, and Writer. After serving more than 15 years in the insurance industry, Algie decided to combine his passion to serve others, love for his community and education by taking a position with University of California Davis; where he is currently employed as the Urban Partnership Manager. Algie is also currently a Board of Director of the University of California, Davis Alumni and a school site counselor for Foulks Elementary School.
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