News release from Association Media Relations.


Temple Hills, Maryland:  James Dula, PhD, is a U. S. Air Force Retired Major and Vietnam Veteran who upon retirement  “saw the need for sharing with community youth in order to brighten their path to success”.

Dula, former Health and Human Services Officer for Prince George’s County and former State Commissioner, was recently presented a Community Service Award as Founder of the

Dr. W.E.B. Dubois Honor Society at Crossland High School in Temple Hills, Maryland. The program, founded in 1999, is Headquartered at Hampton University where Dula also serves on the Honors College DuBois Advisory Board.

Upon presentation, Dr. Theresa Moseley Fax, Principal, stated, You’re the Key to our success”.

The plaque presented to Dula states:

“Dr. James A. Dula, Founder of the Dr. W. E. B. DuBois Honor Society is hereby recognized as an outstanding Community Volunteer, giving time and commitment going above & beyond.  

You are the key to our success.”

Dr. Dula is also a Socratic Public Speaker who travels extensively addressing youth, social and political issues.