Dr. Adolph Brown is the Founder, President, and CEO of The Leadership and Learning Institute. As a former public school educator and credentialed administrator, full tenured university professor, university dean, and businessman, Dr. Brown has studied and worked along side highly successful leaders and educators. He has taken his over 25 years experience and has developed core competencies that are expressed in everything successful business leaders and educators do.
Dr. Brown has become one of the world’s most popular speakers with his unique ability to inform as well as entertain. He is famous for his practical toolkit and loved for his inspirational messages. He brings “the content and the crazy!” Dr. Brown blends humorous stories with truisms or “REAL TALK” and research to challenge his audiences to live and work more positively. Through his books, audio & video recordings and television & radio talk shows, audiences and individuals continue to love his powerful message delivered in a singular, unorthodox yet down-to-earth style.
As a recognized Master Teacher, business leader, educational/clinical psychologist, anthropologist, and motivational speaker, his outrageous and energetic outlook will captivate you the minute he walks onto stage. As a noted business and education humorist, Dr. Adolph Brown entertains you as he relays his professional experiences coupled with his evidence-based and data driven research in his hilarious and heart-warming style. His mantra upon entering each new venue is “Learn More and Laugh Louder!”
People from all walks of life have been transformed and inspired by Adolph’s presentations and his writings: “Championship Habits,” “REAL TALK,” “Messages From Granddad,” and a childrens book titled “It’s Gonna Be a GREAT Day! Doc’s Story”. He is a tenured full professor at Hampton University, former chairperson of the department of psychology/education, and academic dean of the graduate college.
An often quoted resource, he is the author of three books. Adolph has also served on the National Commission on Diversity and Economic Development whereby he was the facilitator of multiple round table discussions.
Although his workshops and presentations have had an impact on the lives of more than 1 million people over two decades in the Corporate, Government, Faith, Educational and Public Sectors, and he has been the recipient of over 300 awards and honors, Adolph still considers his greatest accomplishment to be the happily married husband to Marla and doting father of seven mischievously wonderful children. His favorite past time is still being able to watch Saturday morning cartoons with his children.