Loyd Astor Sanders
Loyd Astor Sanders, drug abuse consultant. Member Alpha Phi Alpha.
Sanders, Loyd Astor was born on July 7, 1948 in Oklahoma City. Son of Sidney Loyd and Ruth Ester (Hildreth) Sanders.
Bachelor in Psychology, Georgia State University, 1977. News trainee W QuiXIe, Atlanta, 1969-1970. Intake counselor Alcohol & Drug Services, Atlanta, 1972-1974, drug counselor, 1974-1976, manpower specialist, 1976-1977, director Southside Drug Center, Atlanta, 1977-1978.
ADC II intake coordinator, since 1978. Representative marketing Associated Consumers, Morrow, Georgia, since 1987. Lecturer Georgia State University, 1979-1983, Atlanta University, 1981-1983.
Co-chairman resource Statewide Minority Advocacy, Atlanta, since 1983. President, chairman board Sanders Publications and Technology Assistance Services, S.P.A.T.S. Foundation, since 1987.
Author/editor: People Feelings I Have Known (poetry book), 1977. Screenplays: The Great Hurt-Why People Use Drugs, 1983, The Great Hurt-Part II: Finding The Cure, 1986.
Married Phyllis A. Sanders, June 25, 1972. Children: Kia Ashaun, Sakari Allayne.
Sidney Loyd Sanders
Ruth Ester (Hildreth) Sanders
Phyllis A. Sanders
Kia Ashaun Sanders
Sakari Allayne Sanders