Indiana University
Education Conference

July 13th & 14th, 2022

From Surviving to Thriving

Join us online and In-person for one of the largest, most comprehensive educational summits in the country. Don't miss conference news and details Register today.

The Indiana University Education Conference provides professional development opportunities to educators and administrators in K-12 and higher education that lead to equitable educational outcomes for students of color.

Wednesday sessions are virtual and free.

Thursday Sessions are in person at the Indiana Convention Center. The cost to register for Thursday is $35 to cover lunch.

The cost to register for in-person on Thursday or to register for both Wednesday and Thursday are $35 to cover lunch with our Keynote Speaker Dr. Brown


Keynote Speakers

Thursday July 14th Keynote Speaker

Dr. Adolph Brown, III

Dr. Adolph Brown, III is an American businessman, investor, author, urban and rural school educator, research-scientist, and keynote speaker. For over 30 years, Dr. Brown has researched, field-tested, and implemented a set of concrete strategies used to support and enhance schools and businesses around the world. Dr. Brown is best known for inspiring all who hear him to learn, laugh and lead, while as an implicit bias speaker simultaneously reducing unconscious bias at every turn. He is a credentialed Master Teacher and uses those skills to help teachers reach every student. As a much sought-after and highly effective Unconscious Bias, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion keynote speaker, Dr. Brown skillfully addresses the impact of stereotypes.

Although he does not consider himself a motivational speaker, he was selected as one of the top motivational and inspirational speakers in America as well. Dr. Adolph Brown is one of the world’s foremost attitude experts, personal development coaches and humorists. Through his engaging and exciting presentations he has earned the reputation as “The World’s Greatest Edu-tainer!™” !

Dr. Brown has earned undergraduate degrees in anthropology and psychology with a minor in education, master’s degree work in special education and experimental psychology, and a doctorate degree in clinical psychology from the Virginia Consortium for Professional Psychology hosted by Eastern Virginia Medical School, the College of William and Mary, Norfolk State University, and Old Dominion University. Before joining the psychology/education faculty at Hampton University, Dr. Brown became one of the initial major investigators of “The School to Prison Pipeline” paradigm and received the inaugural Francine Kee Peterson Memorial Scholarship for Social Justice Advocacy. While at Hampton University, Dr. Brown was selected to be a “Scholar in Residence” at NYU, nationally awarded “Service-Learning Fellow,” and earned the highest distinction given by the President, Provost and Board of Trustees of the prestigious “E.L. Hamm Master Teacher Award for Distinguished Teaching” as a result of having a sustained record of recognized teaching excellence.

Dr. Adolph Brown continues to be a business, community and educational leader whilst being a generous philanthropist and a continuous learner. Bringing People Together to Learn, Laugh & Lead has become his life’s work.

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