Currently resides in Lithonia, GA with his wife and son. He is the CEO of The Sounds of Knowledge, a school assembly touring company that visits local and regional schools to deliver positive messages to youth through the medium of music. Patterson formerly headed one of the countries largest school assembly companies (Diversity Showcase Assemblies) where he spearheaded efforts that touched more than a million school aged children across the nation. He has also worked as an Art Director for So-So Def Recordings as well as Georgia Perimeter College before branching out on his own with the Sounds of Knowledge, which just completed a 25 school assembly tour across the southeast in April 2013.
As an entertainer, artist, motivational speaker and new author, Patterson believes that his life should be an example to others, particularly young people as he has overcome great adversity throughout his younger life in overcoming the affects of dyslexia; part of which he shares in his new book 333 and Me. As a spiritual man, he also spreads the message that each of us is endowed with divine gifts and purpose which we should always seek to find and utilize for the benefit of ourselves as well as others. Currently Patterson is planning the next phase of his national school assembly tour as well as promoting his new book.
Within the pages that you’ll read, Sir Rod Patterson has asked men to learn from his mistakes. For someone who was in the child support system for over 26 years and went from paying $72 a month, as a teenager, to $1200 a month, as an adult, Patterson definitely has a wealth of knowledge when it comes to the do’s and don’ts of this system.
Ask yourself, what part do numbers play in your life? I have learned that numbers are an indelible part of all our lives. No matter your race, religion or circumstances, numbers are as attached to us as we are to our own skin. If you are lucky enough to identify the name the universe gave you. You too will hear the universe calling to you as it did to me through the number 3 3 3.