prosperity community development council
Patricia Hardwick-Hall is a gifted and passionate 33-year retired educator, leader and mentor, who has demonstrated extraordinary teaching skills in: English, Arts & Crafts, Reading and tailoring in four Mobile-Area high schools. She has displayed remarkable interpersonal skills and a passion to educate, inspire and motivate her students and friends to broaden their horizons and achieve much more than they ever thought possible. Pat has mentored and placed hundreds of graduates from the area into Tuskegee University and Alabama State University, who have graduated and are contributing to society.
She holds multiple degrees from: Tuskegee Institute, Alabama State University and completed further studies in Education at Auburn University. After retirement, she has contributed immensely to the community as a member of multiple diverse Non-Profit Boards, as a leader in her church and active participant in city meetings.
Central High School Mobile, Alabama: Diploma
Tuskegee Institute: BS Art, English, and Clothing & Related Arts
Alabama State University: MS Special Education (Specialty in Behavior Disorders)
Alabama State University: MS Supervision; MS Administration
Auburn University: Further Studies-Education
OZANAM CHARITABLE PHARMACY-FINANCE COMMITTEE & ADVANCEMENT COMMITTEE
PROSPERITY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL (PCDC)-VP
KNIGHTS of PETER CLAVER COURT 172-LADIES AUXILLARY SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE
Teacher of the Year at three Schools
Alumni Teacher of the Year-Davidson & Blount High Schools (Sponsored I-KETS SERVICE CLUB)
Co-Founding Member- Health Careers Access Program (HCAP) at Blount High School
Mobile County Honor: 100% Pass for Alabama High School Graduation Examination
Alternative School Behavior Disorders: 95% Passing Rate-State Exam (Continuous Learning Center)
Heart of Mary Catholic School-designed & taught art program and sewing.
National Conference of Christians & Jews-NCCJ
Operation Home Care
Hands of Restoration (feeding the homeless)