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Getting in Our Own Way: The Degradation of Student Organization Paperback – October 13, 2013
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Johnny Brownlee is a national speaker and workshop presenter. He has held numerous leadership positions in various organizations, school and statewide. He is the former two time Director of Florida Atlantic University’s former agency, Black Student Union & Multicultural Programming. An organization that at the time was one of the largest and best-funded student organizations in the nation, with 600+ members and six-figure budgets, at a transitioning mostly commuter school, on a campus of between approximately 20 and 25 thousand, with 12-15% black student population. While in college he helped develop programs and create events, and continually fought for student and multicultural rights, while actively being involved in a number of clubs and organizations. He often speaks on student involvement, community involvement, leadership and civic engagement. He is considered to be extremely proficient in areas concerning student participation, student organization, student interaction and Student Government, along with consulting for students, advisors and administrators.
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