Georges Bossous, Jr. is a graduate from Barry University with a Master of Science degree in Psychology. He underwent three-year post-graduate training in the field of Infant Mental Health at the Institute for Child and Family Health, formerly known as Children Psychiatric Center. Bossous is currently pursuing his Doctorate in Public Health with a concentration in Epidemiology from Walden University.
In 2009 he founded and served on the board of a humanitarian organization, “Word and Actions, Inc.” Several years later, he registered a sister organization in Haiti under the name, “Word and Actions for Haiti/ Parole et Action Pour Haiti” and held the role of Director/CEO/President.
In 2016, Bossous was named Vice-Chair of the Senate District 38 Health Task Force overseeing the Foreign Affairs Committee. During the elections, Bossous took a 3-month-leave of absence from his regular job and joined the Florida Democratic Party and later. MoveOn.org as a field and political campaign organizer.
On September 2019, he launched his political career as a Candidate for Florida State Representative, District 108.
As a public speaker and child advocate, Bossous has held many seminars and conferences, advocating on behalf of sexually abused and human trafficking victims nationally and internationally. He has participated in numerous speaking engagements at universities, radio stations, television programs and community centers, addressing these issues.
Identifying the vital role of leaders in our society, Bossous values empowering community youth and is a committed mentor for many churches, non-profit organizations throughout the United States and the Caribbean. By volunteering his time and effort, he continues to consistently work to make the community he lives in a better place for our youth, and our neighbors.