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Karl F. Brower is a biblical studies doctoral candidate at The Catholic University of America.  A native of the Washington, DC Metropolitan Area, he has spent many days on the HU campus where his mother has worked for 30+ years.  He holds degrees from Carnegie Mellon University (B.S. in Mathematics and Psychology) and Howard University School of Divinity (MARS, Biblical Studies).  After graduating from CMU, Karl spent seven years in the United States Marine Corps.  In 2007, Karl was ordained by the First Mount Zion Baptist Church in Dumfries, VA.  He has been married to Marilyn Diane Jackson Brower for sixteen years, they reside in Woodbridge, VA.

Karl F. Brower is an associate minister at First Mount Zion Baptist Church, ordained in 2007.  A native of the Washington, DC Metropolitan Area, he attended Carnegie Mellon University (B.S. in Mathematics and Psychology, 1992) and Howard University School of Divinity (MARS, Biblical Studies, 2004).  After graduating from CMU, Karl served in the United States Marine Corps for seven years.  Member of the Prince William County NAACP since 2007, Karl has served as the chair for the PWC NAACP Education Committee and now serves as President; he also serves as the chair of the Virginia State Conference Economic Development Committee. He has been married to Marilyn Diane Jackson Brower for twenty-three years, they reside in Woodbridge, VA.

With its Get Connected, Get Informed, Get Involved Campaign, the PWC NAACP has increase the number of active members from 134 in 2015 to 224 in 2016. The increase in active members has resulted in the formation of standing committees that are pursuing the NAACP 21st Century Game Changers- Economic Sustainability, Education, Health, Public Safety & Criminal Justice, Voting Rights and Political Representation, and Youth Engagement.  In order to address the pervasive inequalities that exist between African Americans and all others, we have to execute an agenda in each of these domains and prepare the agents of change for tomorrow.

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