Dr. George Elder
Dr. George B. Elder, educator and innovator, is on a mission. He travels from coast to coast consulting with educational organizations and presenting at conferences on his passion- drug use deterrence and prevention for the youth of America. No one in the nation has more experience in the implementation of drug testing programs in schools, colleges and fraternities.
Dr. Elder received his undergraduate degree from Rhodes College and his Master’s and Doctorate from the University of Memphis. He is a graduate of Leadership Tennessee, Leadership Memphis and Leadership Tuscaloosa. The George B. Elder Performing Arts Center was dedicated in his honor after a long tenure as Headmaster of Lausanne Collegiate School in Memphis and he was the 2005 recipient of the Humanitarian of the Year Award by the National Conference of Community and Justice citing his commitment to diversity and innovation in education.