Elected to City Council, Cleveland, 1929-1930, by Republic Majority. Appointed by Governor Myers Y. Cooper to Trusteeship State Department, Wilberforce University, Xenia, O., 1929-1934. Religious Secretary, Young Men's Christian Association, Camp Funston, Kansas, 1917.
Pastor, 1st Congregational Church, Atlanta, 1920-1925. Invited to make nominating speech for Calvin Coolidge, Georgia State Convention. Chairman, Race-Relations Committee, 3 years.
Member. Committee on Missions, highest governing body of Congregational Churches in American, 1922-1924. Pastor, Mount Zion Congregational Churchl largest building owned and controlled by negroes in Cleveland, Ohio, 1925.