Crossroads: Pathways to Success, Inc.
A Greensboro native, Gerard works as IT Cybersecurity/Legal Counsel for Cockerham & Associates and practices law in Alabama and Missouri for the Morton Law Firm, PLLC. He is a graduate of Grimsley High School and Morehouse College. He holds two master’s degrees from North Carolina Central University and a law degree from Elon University. In 2009, Gerard co-founded Crossroads: Pathways to Success to help guide and educate future leaders.
Crossroads: Pathways to Success, Inc. was established to encourage young adults to pursue personal goals through education and meaningful interactions. The program utilizes a diverse range of educational techniques focusing on educating students not only through a traditional classroom setting but through real life experiences as well. Crossroads hopes to establish a global sense of unity where the importance and value of another individual is acknowledged as well as garnering a role in the community as educational motivators and role models because it sets up a path to success for students and potential leaders of the future to follow.