Aubrey Christopher Hooper is the President and Chief Diagnostic Officer of Blind Spot Diagnostic, a consulting firm dedicated to the training and development of young progressive industry leaders. The firm unites, focuses, and mobilizes the strengths of like-minded change agents who want to make a difference in a wide range of industries. The firm teaches leadership development, name branding, image consulting, educational programmatic development, community engagement, issue mobilization, and issue-based fundraising.
Throughout his career, Aubrey Christopher Hooper has brought vision, creativity, leadership, innovation, relentless passion, entrepreneurial spirit, political savvy, and strategic thinking to every endeavor he has attempted. He has the ability to bring talented people together to form cohesive leadership teams within organizations and build collaborative advocacy coalitions among very diverse stakeholders. A nationally recognized community leader, Aubrey thrives on challenges and seeks to develop and foster leadership in others. He has over 25 years of experience in community organizations and nonprofit groups includes creating national leadership development and educational programs, building community partnerships, and developing community involvement strategies. Aubrey has served as a member of the NAACP National Board of Directors, where he was elected to serve as the Assistant Secretary, making him the youngest board officer in the history of the organization at age 34 at the time. His activism with the NAACP started at the tender age of 9. He has served in various capacities throughout the ranks of the NAACP, including previously serving as President of the Dallas NAACP and 2nd Vice President of the Texas NAACP.
He has the unique ability to bring talented people together to form cohesive leadership teams within organizations and build collaborative advocacy coalitions among very diverse stakeholders. Professionally, he serves as the Chief Operating Officer of J. Jackson Law Offices, PLLC. Previously, he held the same role with Hollins Law Group, PLLC. Prior to working returning to the legal field, he served as Senior ADA Compliance Manager for the newly created Harris County Elections Department, overseeing the ADA compliance program and managing the Harris County Settlement Agreement with the US Department of Justice. At the conclusion of Clerk Hollins’ tenure as Harris County Clerk, Aubrey joined Harris County Commissioner Rodney Ellis’ policy team as a Policy Advisor. In June of 2020, he was named Senior Advisor for Operational Improvement by then newly appointed Harris County Clerk Christopher Hollins, to improve efficiency, service delivery, and quality assurance regarding the November 2020 Presidential election and all other functions of the office. Prior to joining Harris County Clerk Hollins’ senior executive team, Aubrey served as a Campus Administrator/Principal with the Dallas County Juvenile Department. In a previous role with the department, he developed expertise in compliance and program evaluation serving as a quality assurance analyst. In 2011, he was elected to serve on the DeSoto Independent School District Board of Trustees and has served as Secretary and Vice President. In May 2017, he was inducted into the DeSoto ISD Hall of Honor for Distinguished Service.
Mr. Hooper is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. He graduated cum laude from Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia in 2005 with a B.A. in Political Science, where he served as the Vice President of the Student Government Association. He has a M.A. in Urban Affairs and Policy from the University of Texas at Arlington.
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