The Marshalltown Community School District will be hosting Dr. Adolph Brown as an educational keynote speaker for families and community members on Monday, May 15.
The topic is “‘REAL TALK’ Parent Reminders. Parent’s Night Out”, which centers on supporting and uplifting the role parents have in the rearing of children. This lecture will re-examine priorities and fundamental values through true stories and research.
Brown is an internationally renowned credentialed master teacher, character education leader, servant leadership consultant, educational and clinical psychologist, author, researcher, entrepreneur, and an influential thinker/practitioner in the fields of education, human behavior, and neuroscience. He was once the youngest tenured full professor in the nation and being the first in his family of five to graduate from high school.
Brown is a graduate of the College of William & Mary with degrees in Psychology, Anthropology, and a minor in Education. He completed his graduate studies in clinical psychology at the College of William & Mary extension of the Virginia Consortium for Professional Psychology (Child & Family and Education tracks). He completed his residency at the Eastern Virginia Medical School.
He writes and teaches from the perspective of an experienced award-winning educator and research scientist, an innovative and effective business leader, and an engaging consultant. Brown has devoted his life’s mission to positive human development. He educates, informs, challenges, and delights with some amusement and a little “show and tell.” Brown customizes each masterclass or workshop for the audience with lots of audience participation, profound challenges, multiple takeaways, and big fun.
Brown will take the stage at the Marshalltown Performing Arts Center, located at the Marshalltown High School campus, at 6 p.m. until 7 p.m. The local and surrounding communities are invited to join this free educational event.
For more information about Brown, please go to docspeaks.com. Individuals with questions about the event can email Dr. Theron Schutte at firstname.lastname@example.org or Shauna Smith at email@example.com.