Darrin Dixon is the Director for Small Business Development at Southern University at Shreveport. In January 2004, he established the Small, Women, and Minority-Owned Business Incubator program. To date, the program services over 125 business interests per year. Additionally, he does grant writing at the University and has generated $1.5 million in grants for community development activities.
Currently, Darrin serves on the Board of Directors of the Shreveport Bossier African American Chamber of Commerce, the Strategic Action Council of Northwest Louisiana, Pathways in Education Charter School, CoHabitit Foundation, and co-chair of the Minority Supplier Institute.
Darrin is earned a B.S. in Agricultural Economics/Agribusiness from Southern University and A & M College in Baton Rouge in May 1992. He earned his MBA from the University of Phoenix in June 2013.