Earl S. Mowatt
Sociologist and Educator
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Dr. Earl S. Mowatt earned his Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of Central Florida. He is a published author on race relations and has presented research at conferences throughout the United States. He has also developed effective HIV prevention strategies to reduce the adverse effects of social isolation and stigma for marginalized populations. His area of expertise is the intersection of social inequality and social psychology. Dr. Mowatt currently serves as the Vice President of Education at the National Pulse Memorial & Museum. He has a functional role in steering the foundation's vision of acceptance, inclusion, and remembrance into the education programs. He develops evidence-based programs that are exciting, interesting, smart, and engaging to ensure that the intended outcomes are achieved. Programs target change at the individual, group, and community levels and cover a broad range of social issues, including queer equality, gender identity, social exclusion, and race.