About

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Terence Morris, a native Tulsan, has been an advocate for social change for Pedestrian Awareness Crosswalk Education for nearly 5 years.  It all started when he was actually hit in a protected and marked pedestrian crosswalk. 

Picture34Since 2013, Terence has been online helping to caudle a Pedestrian Awareness Crosswalk Education, curriculum, for a listener base of over 900,000 participants.Picture22.png

Morris has been employed in a capacity, as advocate for social change, for over 20 or more years before his pedestrian crosswalk accident. Picture28 Granted several academic and professional scholarships to college, he has lead meritoriously in current political and social rhetoric.  In 2014, The Oklahoma Department of Labor, guaranteed him training, at Tulsa Community College, through The Manufacturing Standards Skills Council, which is certified by several professional manufacturing boards and agencies.  The purpose of the Manufacturing Skills Standards Council Certified Production Technician (CPT) program in Tulsa, Oklahoma, is to recognize through certification individuals who demonstrate mastery of the core competencies of manufacturing production at the front-line (entry-level through front-line supervisor) through successful completion of the certification assessments. The goal of the CPT certification program is to raise the level of performance of production workers both to assist the individuals in finding higher-wage jobs and to help employers ensure their workforce increases the company’s productivity and competitiveness. 

In an effort to stimulate interest in Public Transportation Policy especially road and surface construction projects. The Oklahoma Department of Education in 2015 granted Morris a scholarship to attend OSHA 10 Construction Zone and Workplace Safety Training at the, Lemley Campus, of Tulsa Technology Center.  Terence went on to learn First-Aid, CPR, AED, Work-Zone Flagger and Fork-truck operation. 

Morris has achieved success outside of community leadership throughhis participation in volunteer activities and the Tulsa Day Center for the Homeless, Volunteers of America, The Mental Health Association and PACE TULSA AGS FOUNDATION.  He also volunteered to canvas during former Mayor Kathy Taylors campaign and served as a peer mentor in several core counseling activities such as Agape Drug & Alcohol Rehabilitation; The Oklahoma Driving Under the Influence Group; Oklahoma Gambler’s Anonymous; The Care: Drug and Alcohol Accident Victim’s Panel; and forums in Marriage & Divorce Counseling; Discrimination:  Racism, Sexism & Wage Discrimination; and Excessive Online Video-Gaming Disorder’s.

“I whole-heartedly believe the opportunities of mercy that abounds us are created within the ‘spirit of benevolence.’”

Terence Morris, wants to hear from Karen Gilbert, District 5 Councilor for The City of Tulsa Oklahoma. And any of her constituency.  Please email him:  otherGQ@gmail.com

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PACE TULSA AGS DOES NOT DISCLOSE ORGANIZATIONAL PARTICIPANT(S) OR THE SPECIFICITY SURVEY CONDUCTOR(S).

PACE TULSA AGS bars participants and survey respondents from acknowledging the relationship.  However, over time details from educational enlightenment activies have leaked out and more pedestrian crosswalk respondents have been identified.

PACE TULSA AGS makes every effort to ensure that survey participants confidentiality is maintained.  If at anytime administration becomes aware of maximized exposure PACE TULSA AGS will remove study information from the World Wide Web and other intranet service provider’s.

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REFERENCES

NATIONAL  HIGHWAY SAFETY ADMINISTRATION, 2017. HTTPS://NHTSA.GOV

EXTERNAL LINKS

OKLAHOMA DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES, 2017.  HTTPS://OKDHSLIVE.ORG

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COPYRIGHT | 2017 ©PACE AGS FOUNDATION. “Pedestrian Awareness Crosswalk Education is an online think-tank intersecting awareness of public transportation policy in the United States.”

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