On this edition of In Black America, producer/host John L. Hanson Jr. speaks with Keith L. Brown, 'Motivator of the Millennium.'
Insight Publishing named Brown one of the top 50 speakers and experts in education today. He is a Professional Speaker and trainer whose keynotes and workshops enhance the SUPER – VISION of the masses while reducing the supervision to all under the sound of his vibrant voice.
Labeled special – ed, at risk, and potential menace to society, Keith dedicated his life to overcoming those obstacles. Today he is a member of the National Speakers Association, Who’s Who in Professional Speaking, Who’s Who among America’s Teachers, Phi Delta Kappa Fraternity in Education and Outstanding Young Men of America.
As one of the most sought after speakers on the planet, this Renaissance man also serves as a Legislative Liaison, Professional Speechwriter, Consultant, Philanthropist, and energetic, enthusiastic professional emcee.
Brown messages have educated, elevated, entertained and empowered the masses nationally and globally. Some of these venues include: Congressional Black Caucus, Atra Zeneca, Colgate/Palmolive, Kroger, Starwood/Sheraton, Resorts Worldwide, Mega Fest, Showtime at the Apollo, National Youth at Risk Conference, Les Brown's "Motivational Monday" Series.
Brown is the author of 'CHITLINS' (Creative Helpful, Intuitive, Thoughts, Lifting Individuals, Naturally Seeking), co-author of 'Conversations on Success' with Jack Canfield (Co-Founder, Chicken Soup for the Soul), John Christensen (Fish Tales), and fourteen of the most phenomenal individuals on the planet, He is also a co- author of the ever evolving '303 Solutions Series,' which includes three books on the following: Effective Communication and Getting Results, Boosting Creativity, and Solving Challenges and Goal Setting not Goal Sitting!!! His newest literary masterpiece 'not impossible- 'I'M POSSIBLE'- A leadership guide for youth and young adults, is presently winning rave reviews nationally.
The "Motivator of the Millennium" has been featured in national publications such as the Los Angeles Times, Chicago Sun Times, New York Newsday, to name a few amongst thousands of other locals; he is humble but proud to say that he was a featured speaker for the city of Atlanta's relief event for Hurricane Katrina Survivors.