Damion Wilson, as Crossroads' Program Director, focuses on initiating new programs and refining existing programs so that they align with current research and best practices while meeting the needs of our scholars. Damion has a rich history spanning over 15 years in community education and outreach as Manager of Adagio Health’s Community Education department. In that role, he regularly partnered with Crossroads for several years running college prep workshops for our scholars. Damion holds a BS in Marketing from the University of Pittsburgh and began his career in 1999 as a Peer Educator. Since then, he has facilitated numerous workshops and professional trainings on a wide variety of topics to people of all ages. In addition to being named one of the New Pittsburgh Courier’s Fab 40 in 2010, Damion was also honored with the 2012 Academy of Adolescent Health Youth Advocate Award. Extremely involved in his community, Damion also serves as the Quality Advisor for United Way’s Allegheny Partners for Out of School Time (APOST), and on several local and statewide boards and coalitions. He is currently serving as the Judge of Elections in Penn Hills, Ward 6, District 1, and is an Associate Pastor at Living Way Christian Fellowship. Damion resides in Penn Hills with his wife Ruth, and their three children, Damion Jr., Daniel and Rachel.