Bio of Dr. Albert Brown

Albert T Brown Jr Ed.D, was born in Malden, Massachusetts. He graduated from Southern Connecticut State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Special Education teaching. After receiving his degree, Albert taught Special Education classes at Southbury Training School in Southbury Connecticut. While teaching at Southbury Training School Albert pursued a Master’s degree in Special Education Administration from Southern Connecticut State University.  After five years of teaching, Albert was promoted to Vocational Counselor and then State Department Head. Albert then pursued and was awarded a Doctoral degree in School Administration from Syracuse University. After completing his Doctoral degree, Albert worked as an administrator in a variety of educational settings. His last employment prior to retirement was as State Director for a private non-profit organization overseeing supported employment services for people with Developmental Disabilities. Albert also provided consultant services to St. John’s Community Services to support them in the administration of their Supported Employment programs.

While Albert was still active as an administrator, he was inducted into the 1999 Edition of International WHO’s WHO of professionals. Albert also has written several technical reports and articles which have been published in professional journals, and was awarded an assistantship to prepare personnel in educating the disabled.

Upon retirement from formal employment, Albert has pursued his many hobbies including his passion for motorcycling and antique automobiles. Albert serves on the Board of the Philadelphia Chapter of The Tuskegee Airmen as the Parliamentarian while telling the story of the Tuskegee Airmen and the many contributions they have made to this country.