Brown to speak at FCC Black History Month Observance

  HATTIESBURG – Jermaine Brown will be guest speaker for the annual Black History Month Observance at the Forrest County Center of Pearl River Community College.
  The program will be held at 11 a.m. Monday, Feb. 3, in the Building 5 multi purpose room on the Hattiesburg campus.
  A native of Hattiesburg, Brown is principal of Hattiesburg High School where he graduated in 1991.
  He holds the Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Jackson State University and the master’s and Education Specialist degrees from the University of Southern Mississippi. Brown is pursing a PhD in education administration at Southern Miss.
Brown has held administrative positions in three other schools districts – Forrest County, Biloxi and Meridian. He is a member of the Mississippi Association of School Administrators, the Jackson State and Southern Miss alumni associations and Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity and is a life member of the NAACP.
  He has participated in the Leadership Pine Belt Class of 2000, the Mississippi Education Policy Fellowship Program, which resulted in him being named a Carnegie Fellow by the Institute of Educational Leadership in Washington, D.C.; and was selected in 2006 to attend the Senate Leadership Summit for Young Professionals, Washington, D.C.    
  Brown and his wife, the former Kim Stewart of Tupelo, are the parents of two daughters, Carrington and Karsyn. He is a twin son of Charles J. Brown and Christine Brown Cooley.
  The public is invited to attend the program.

Each community college president is asked to bring two (2) wrapped door prizes, minimum value of $50 each. We will have a station set up at the conference for you to drop off the door prizes.

Each community college is asked to provide name tags for their Board members, administration, and staff attending the conference.