About Kenneth Brown
Dr. Brown is a history professor including many years as a professional development trainer and entrepreneur with over 35 years’ experience. Dr. Brown spent 20 years as a professional public speaker focusing on k-12 education, professional trainer, community development and minority economic development.
Dr. Brown is no stranger the challenges educators and students face in the urban classrooms. Ken is the father of six college graduates. He co-founded the first New York based African American owned national market research firm and product sampling company.
His widely received article “10 Easy Steps to Improve Your Child’s Education” has helped thousands for parents significantly improve their child’s academic accomplishments. Dr. Brown is widely acclaimed as a dynamic and exciting public speaker on subjects from K-12 curriculum and pedagogy to parenting skills and Black History.
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Presentations, Teaching, Consulting, and Public Sector Experiences 1972 to Present Focusing on Ethnicity, Diversity, Curriculum Writing, Professional Development, and History
Extensive background in design, development, execution, and implementation of professional training seminars and workshops for adult education, distance learning, and professional development of k-12 educators, post secondary faculty, staff and students. Utilizing university students for work study, practicum, and independent study credits for:
California: Pacific Gas Company, Southern California Gas, and Americans for Democratic Action, UC Santa Cruz.
Florida: Coalition for Black Student Achievement-Rivera Beach, Daytona Beach Community College, Palm Beach Ministerial Alliance, School District of Palm Beach County, Stetson University, Daytona Community College, Florida Atlantic University, The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office, Miami-Dade Public Schools.
Hawaii: Professional development trainer for University of Hawaii cultural diversity program, Cultural diversity trainer for the Hawaii Dental Health Plan.
Maryland: Department of the Navy, Montgomery Blair High School-Silver Springs, and NASA.
Michigan: Special Advisor to the Governor’s Office on Police and Community Relations for Benton Harbor Michigan, American Association of Colleges and Universities Diversity Project, American Association of University Women, Ann Arbor Community Development Corporation, Ann Arbor Parks & Recreation, Ann Arbor Public School District, AT&T, Catholic Diocese of Michigan, Community Housing Office of University of Michigan, Department of Veterans Affairs-Ann Arbor, Detroit Area Interfaith Conference, Detroit Area National Conference of Christians and Jews, Detroit Area Pastoral Conference, Detroit Police Department, Eastern Michigan University, Ford Foundation, Grosse Point North High School, Howell Public Schools, Huron Valley School District, Lawrence Technological University, Michigan Association of School Counselors, Monroe County School District, Oakland Community College, Saline Leadership Conference, Saline Public School District, The Michigan Society of Association Executives, The Michigan Society of Association Executives, The Michigan Society of Meeting Planners, West Bloomfield School District, Oakland Public School District, West Bloomfield High School, Livonia Public Schools, Miami-Dade Public Schools, Howell Public Schools, St John’s Health System, University of Michigan Plant Academy, Michigan recreation and Park Association & The Michigan Municipal League’s Youth Symposium, Berkeley High School, Lincoln Middle School, Farmington-Farmington Hills, Lenawee County Chamber of Commerce, National Council on Black American Affairs Palm Beach Chapter, Southfield Michigan Public Schools, Oklahoma: Department of Veterans Affairs-Oklahoma City, Indiana: Indianapolis Public Schools, Trinity College, Ozone House Ann Arbor, MI, UC Santa Cruz African American Student workshop presenter.
New Jersey: Diversity in education trainer for the New Jersey School Board Association.
Rhode Island: United Calvinist Youth Federation Grenada Ministry of Education, Grenada, WI, Jamaica Teachers Colleges