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John P. Sisson - Biography
For over 50 years Jack Sisson has been a tireless advocate for social justice. He is an educator, author, entrepreneur, investor, philanthropist and community organizer.
Developing a web site/Blog for Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) survivors, their loved ones and the larger medical community. The purpose of this Blog is to review alternative treatments and therapies for TBI and to have a forum for issues related to TBI. This web site contains discussion and resources to social issues, bioethics and numerous other topics.
Organizing an online forum for world wide Quaker discussion.
Participating with the First Amendment Foundation in an action suit in an effort to bring quality medical care to North Florida and challenging state agencies to "govern in the sunshine."
Designing and Funding Research for touch therapy and its effect on TBI.[top]
Jack Sisson served our country as a paratrooper and Regimental Public Information Director for the 52nd Army Battalion in the 1940s. Following military service, he studied engineering at the University of Illinois and received a B.A. in Mathematics at Duke University. [top]
Jack Sisson played a pivotal role in the Civil Rights movement in the 1960’s.
Administrator for the State of Florida Deparrtment of Health and Rehabilitative Services. He set up the legislative liaison office and was the assistant director of The Department of Children and families (DCF). This agency serves more than one million clients connecting them with the resources needed for daily subsistence. Jack Sisson additionally helped to establish the Vietnamese Refugee program.
Jack was involved in a number businesses and private enterprise. Additionally became a director of master's candidates at Florida State University. During this time he took course work at FSU in real estate, art, political philosophy and psychology.
A decade of recovery.
Jack was recognized by Florida State University for his ongoing contributions to FSU's research into TBI and related issues.