P.O. Box 121025; Melbourne, FL.; 32912; 727-276-3855
Right Time discovered a problem. There was no efficient, economical, or reliable means to holistically identify a marginalized individual’s dynamic information and then apportion that information to match the intervening organization and its specific organization. Right Time developed the PAS® to solve this problem. The PAS® is the voice of the marginalized!
Right Time was founded in 2008 by Dr. Samantha Kurtz and Willie Davis. Right Time is a privately owned, Ohio based, for-profit LLC dedicated to the prosocial integration of marginalized populations – groups of individuals who face physical, mental, educational, economic, or social hardships such as offenders, ex-offenders, at-risk youth, homeless, recovering addicts, those on public assistance, etc. Right Time provides dynamic information of marginalized populations to diverse organizations to improve their outcomes.
Samantha Kurtz (email@example.com)
Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology; Specialty areas: Community Mental Health Delivery Systems, Neuropsychology, Abnormal Psychology; Developed and implemented two national criminal justice pilot programs for violent offenders; Organizational Development specialist; Consultant to Fortune 100; Fortune 500 businesses; Owned three businesses; Developed several standardized psychological assessments (along with the PAS®);
Willie Davis (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Degree in Education; Adult education teacher Ohio State Reformatory; Richland County Juvenile Attention Center Director; Franklin County homeless shelter Supervisor; Principal in marketing firm for 27 years; Marketing consultant; Specialty area: Small business marketing;Advertising campaign strategist; Authored two books on marketing communications and cultural shift;
Taurean Sinclair (email@example.com)
Degree in Journalism, Public Relations; Specializes in government & non-profit policy & program design, community development, career development training; Served for Mayor Alvin Brown of Jacksonville, FL; Led $10 million anti-crime initiative, Jacksonville Journey; Over 20 years in career development for marginalized populations Designed and developed state and city-wide economic development initiatives;