Al Hall

Al Hall

Title: Poet, Author
Company: A & L Associates
Location: Alexandria, Virginia, United States

Al Hall, Poet and Author at A & L Associates, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Artists for dedication, achievements, and leadership as a published writer.

With more than 60 years of professional experience, Mr. Hall has found success as a poet and author with A & L Associates since 1987. Previously, he worked for more than 30 years as a program manager in international forestry and civil rights staff member with the United States Forest Service in Washington D.C., from 1970 to 2003. Mr. Hall is the author of “There’s Nothing Going Wrong With Your Head,” “It’s Trimmed in White If Color Makes Any Difference to You,” “Poetic Healing: That Unforgettable Tuesday Morning,” “Give Me My Forty Acres Because I Know My Mule Is Dead” and “Let’s Get Together on Earth Before Taking Off On the Road To Heaven.”

Mr. Hall has been recognized for distinguished service to education and the literary world and was honored by the Mississippi House of Representatives with HR 108, commending him as an African American poet. Among further accolades, he has been celebrated for his dedication to the success of the Tuskegee University Forestry and National Resources Program as a member of the Advisory Council. Early in his life, Mr. Hall served in the United States Army for two years. He has served as a deacon at the Historic Alfred Street Baptist Church and was previously affiliated with the International Society of Poets. In preparation for his career, he attended Jackson State College (now Univ.), where he earned a Bachelor of Science in language arts and social studies. He did further study in English at the University of Connecticut and concluded his academic efforts at Western New Mexico University, graduating with a Master of Arts in educational administration and supervision. In the coming years, Mr. Hall plans to continue writing a novel, as well as more poems.

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Mr. Hall’s Poetry Website

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6300 Eighth Street

Alexandria, VA 22312-1906