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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.

  • Education

    • 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.


    Member Alpha Phi Alpha.


    • Married Phyllis A. Sanders, June 25, 1972. Children: Kia Ashaun, Sakari Allayne.
    • father: Sidney Loyd Sanders
    • mother: Ruth Ester (Hildreth) Sanders
    • spouse: Phyllis A. Sanders
    • children: Kia Ashaun Sanders
    • Sakari Allayne Sanders
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    Born July 7, 1948
    (age 69)