BIO of John Carter Sr:
I served in the U.S. Army as a Correctional Supervisor/ Platoon Sergeant. I traveled to a lot of places in the world. I handled a lot of death row inmates at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. I was one of the soldiers who helped start Camp X-ray at the U.S. Naval Base in Guantanamo, Bay Cuba.
After serving 22 years in the Army I decided to retire. I left the Army and headed for Shreveport, Louisiana, and trained as a Deputy Sheriff for the Caddo Parish Sheriff’s Office and worked at the Caddo Correctional Center as a Post Certified Sergeant/Supervisor of more than 40 Deputy Sheriffs, in a 1070 bed prison.
I decided to start my own non- profit charity business called the Carter’s Touch Foundation. I did this because I wanted to do something for people. The foundation gave me a chance to care for people. I am the founder and CEO of the Carter’s Touch Foundation a non-profit charity. I hold an Associate of Science degree in General Education and a Bachelor of Science degree in,
Organizational Management, Cum Laude, from Wiley College in Marshall Texas. I completed some work toward a Master’s degree in Industrial Psychology from Louisiana Tech University while working at the Caddo Correctional Center. I later went on to become a Deacon at my church and received a Certificate of Ordination. I have had some rewarding life experiences in my world and I thank God for them all.
I have since received my Masters in Business Management from the Colorado University. This was another feather in my cap toward doing some rewarding work with a charity organization like the Carters Touch Foundation.
The Carters Touch Foundation Helps those who need Help.