Co-Founder & President of the Pyramid Project
Co-Founder and President of the Pyramid Project, Retired Army Officer, Georgetown University Law Student
Ty Pinkins is a retired Army Officer with 21 years of service. His more than two-decades service in the Army culminated with him serving as a Communications Aide to President Obama. He is the co-founder and President of the Pyramid Project Youth Organization, where he works to empower youth from underserved and marginalized communities by exposing them to resources and tools to help them transform their lives and reach their goals.
Ty is a graduate of the University of Maryland University College with a bachelor’s degree in Political Science. He is currently attending Georgetown University Law Center and plans to return to Mississippi to use the lessons he has learned to advocate for people in underserved communities.