Georges graduated from Barry University with a Master of Science degree in Psychology. He also completed a three-year post-graduate training in the field of Infant Mental Health at the former Institute for Child and Family Health. He is currently pursuing his Doctorate in Public Health with concentration in Epidemiology from Walden University. He hopes to utilize his degrees in the public health sector leading research in child abuse as it relates to sexually transmitted diseases, including HIV/AIDS.
In September 2009 he founded the humanitarian organization “Words and Actions, Inc.” and in October 2011, a Haiti based sister organization under the name, “Word and Actions for Haiti/Parole et Action Pour Haiti.” These organizations aim to reduce the occurrence of child sexual abuse in the U.S. and Haiti.
During the 2016 elections, Georges took a three-month-leave of absence from his regular job and joined the Florida Democratic Party and later MoveOn.org as a field campaign organizer. He was able to hear the concerns of everyday people and developed a better understanding of the many challenging issues they face.
In May 2016 Georges was named Vice-Chair of the Senate District 38 Health Task Force overseeing the foreign affairs committee.
In September 2019 Georges launched his political career as a candidate for Florida State Representative, District 108. Standing by his slogan “Let’s Break the Cycle” and with the support of his constituents, he hopes to break the cycle of DIP, which stands for Division, Injustice and Poverty. “If allowed, this cycle will leave the community vulnerable, as a house divided cannot stand,” Georges stated. He believes that the strength found in unity will enable us all to effectively fight against all forms of social injustice, including a lack of health care, housing, environmental declines, lack of education, equal rights and equal pay, public safety, gun control, child sexual abuse and human trafficking.”