MR. LAWRENCE C. SIZEMORE, BBA, JD, LLM:
Lawrence Sizemore is a charter member and present Chairperson of the Board of Trustees. In addition to acting as Chairperson, Mr. Sizemore assists in identifying prospective school sites in rural Cambodia and Uganda that meets the foundation’s criteria for capital investment, negotiates price terms, conducts “due diligence,” attends ground-breaking ceremonies, overseas the integrity of the construction process, and attends opening ceremonies. Currently, Mr. Sizemore is co-authoring the foundation’s first in a series of books, The Road To Kitgum. The Road To Kitgum chronicles the foundation’s journey from its inception in 2006 to building its first primary school in Battambang Province, Cambodia, to Quang-Tri Province, Vietnam, to find the parents of three young boys who stepped on an American War era landmine and died, to the foundation’s building its first two primary schools deep in the bush on the East African Plateau in rural Uganda, and concludes with an electrifying “once in a lifetime encounter” when a grade school student passed a note to Mr. Sizemore and ignited an unimaginable “chain of events” that drew Mr. Sizemore into the perilous domain of the Lord’s Resistance Army and the IDP camp spies.
During his professional career, Mr. Sizemore traveled more than 3,000,000 miles between the United States, Asia, and Europe working on, among other things, the development and formation of international syndications and joint ventures and large scale in-bound foreign sourced labor projects.
Mr. Sizemore is active in serving his local community. He is a Georgetown University AAP Interviewer for undergraduate and law school admissions, Georgetown Scholarship Chair, E Street Loyalty Society (Lifetime Supporter), Hogan Society Member, Blue & Grey Member, a past candidate for the Georgetown University Alumni Association’s Board of Governors, and a member of the Georgetown and Dartmouth College clubs of Washington, D.C.