ORLANDO — David L. Brewer III, Vice Admiral, U.S. Navy (Retired) with a distinguished profession within the U.S. Navy and as a frontrunner for the youth of our nation, will be part of John Crossman Saturday June 3 at 1:05 P.M. on The Crossman Dialog.
His army profession started with being among the many first graduating class of the primary Naval ROTC unit established at an HBCU – Prairie View A&M College in Texas. The constructing was later named in his honor. Throughout his 35-year Navy profession he commanded two ships and received quite a few awards for fight effectivity and neighborhood service. Throughout Operation Iraqi Freedom he commanded a logistics motion that was the biggest since World Warfare II.
Upon his retirement he served as Superintendent of the Los Angeles Unified Faculty District, the second largest college district within the U.S. and underneath his management the district had the best educational good points in over 5 years. He was honored by the NAACP and Who’s Who in Black L.A. and obtained a Telly Award for his personal TV present: Remodeling Schooling with Superintendent Brewer.
Vice Admiral Brewer continues to serve youth as a nationwide board member of a number of foundations together with Learn to a Youngster, a mentorship program for elementary college youngsters; Jones Excessive Faculty’s Basis that funds educational empowerment and enrichment applications; and he was not too long ago appointed to the Board of Trustees of Bethune Cookman College.
Crossman launched The Crossman Dialog to share the views of broadly completed individuals who have made superb profession achievements regardless of adversity and nonetheless persistently give again to the neighborhood. “Vice Admiral Brewer’s contributions as a frontrunner each in service to our nation and as mentor and educator have been phenomenal and I’m deeply honored that he will likely be our visitor,” Crossman stated.
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John Crossman, CEO, Crossman Profession Builders, 407-794-9393 [email protected]
Beth Payan, Larry Vershel Communications Inc. 407-461-3781 or [email protected]