Dozier offers thirty-five years of public service experience on the county and state level with a demonstrated successful history of working in cooperative extension and higher education. His skills include strategic planning, public speaking, leadership, community outreach, emergency management and public relations.
Prior to his current position, Dozier served on the Governor’s Commission to Rebuild Texas in the wake of Hurricane Ike, for which he received formal recognition from Chancellor John Sharp of The Texas A&M University System.
He has co-written eleven journal articles, six Texas AgriLife Research technical publications and thirty-six peer-reviewed AgriLife Extension educational publications. He has written or co-written fifty abstracts for oral and poster papers presented at industry and association meetings and conferences, 246 project reports, and one International Agriculture Extension Outreach training manual.
Dozier received a doctoral degree from Texas A&M.