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Of Counsel to Alliance of Concerned Men, Unlimited Visions Multimedia, Inc., and The Jones Group

Interim President University of the District of Columbia t Visiting Professor of Commercial and
Constitutional Law, David A. Clarke School of Law, University of the District of Columbia, Washington, D.C.

Consultant to United Nations High Commissioner of Human Rights, Geneva, Switzerland

Consultant to the W.K. Kellogg Foundation to develop afterschool/distance learning

Publisher of American Visions, and Education, Science and Technology Magazines

MBE Policy Advisor to Congressman Gray on Defense Department Appropriations Act

MBE Legislative Advisor to Senator Ed Brooke on Foreign Assistance Act

Researcher for Mott Foundation’s Study of NII

Co-chair of CBC Congressional Conference on Telecommuinications in America

Advisory Committee to Secretary of State

Chairman of the Asia/Near East Division
of DAC International, Inc. (Philadelphia, PA, Washington, D.C., and Cairo, Egypt)

Chairman of The MATCH Institution (Public/Private Consultants)

Governor of the United States Postal Service

Partner in the International Law Firm of Jones, Jenkins and Warden

Chairperson of the Housing and Rent Commission of the District of Columbia, and the Mayors Emergency Commission on Condominium Conversions

Outstanding Professor of Administrative Law, Howard University

Deputy to the Commissioner and Assistant to the Chairman of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

Head of Government Contracts Unit at Smith, Kline and French Laboratories

Associate Attorney at Norris, Green, Brown, and Higginbotham, Attorneys at Law (Philadelphia, PA)

Vice President of the United States National Student Association

Chief Lobbyist Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee


Yale University Law School— LL.B. and J.D.
Administrative Law, Thurman Arnold Prize, Administrative Law; Bienecke Foundation and Rabinowitz Fund Scholarships; Elected to Thomas Swan Barrister’s Union

Howard University— B.A.
Graduated Magna Cum Laude; Phi Beta Kappa, Four-Year Merit Scholarship; Scholarship to Harvard University International Relations Seminars.

Contributor to Technology and the Future, Bedford/St. Martins Press (1999, 2002)
And Co-Author of Black Futurists in the Information Age (1997)