Uniform Outreach prides itself on not being your standard non-profit organization. We strive to find, develop, customize, and implement programs that rely on evidence-based practices as well as alternative approaches to delivering the help required to communities and individuals.
We grew out of a belief that by providing services and support where it is needed, we will be making a long lasting contribution to the global community to which we all belong. The team was brought together by a shared desire to identify the gaps in outreach programs and provide a uniform approach to bridging those gaps.
Meet the Team
Benjamin D. Worrell, President and CEO of Purple Shovel, LLC, is an operations and logistics expert with more than 20 years of experience driving public sector engagements, promoting solutions for difficult environments, and managing successful operations in over 50 countries. He is a strategic thinker and has managed and led complex and critical USG priorities while working at the U.S. Department of Defense. He has collaborated with and advised national governments, international organizations, and other government agencies during the negotiation of agreements to diagnose and pose tangible solutions. His experience uniquely enables him to deliver results on complex, high-visibility programs that contribute to the achievement of U.S. foreign policy goals.
Mark "Droopy" Clark culminated a career in the Marine Corps as a Major General. He has over 20 years of senior and executive level organizational experience in building successful organizations, solving complex problems, and conquering tough challenges using creative solutions with the discipline of execution. His senior executive experience includes functional expertise in special operations, aviation and Marine Corps expeditionary operations. Mark has extensive experience at the strategic level in DOD, and in working with International military partners, the Interagency and Industry. Mark has a known reputation for building cohesive teams through servant leadership, stewardship, trust and communication.
Damian Bates, is a retired United States Marine with 20 years of active duty experience. After retiring, he obtained a Masters Degree in Social Work from the University of Southern California. He has worked with non-profit organizations in San Diego helping to advance the well-being and social networks of the veteran community. Damian also gained invaluable experience at the Veterans Administration Hospital providing services in the Substance Abuse and Mental Illness clinic. His creative and compassionate approach to social outreach and community organizing produces quality results and impactful change for affected populations. His tireless work ethic is matched only by his strong commitment to serving those in need.
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