Wednesday, October 29, 2008
"The Disenfranchisement of the African-American Males, 18 to 35" by Dr. Ron Davis
Dr. Ron Davis currently serves as the founding director of the JAMAR Institute, a consultant group dedicated to improving the genocidal conditions of at-risk communities. Dr. Davis’ premier research, The Disenfranchisement of African American Males, 18 to 35, is affecting change across the country.
Dr. Davis possesses an extensive work history that includes professorship at Fisk University, Strayer University and LeMoyne-Owen College. He has served as a researcher of Biomedical Engineering and Radiation Oncology. Dr. Davis has experience as an entrepreneur, consultant, and state director/NCLB specialist.
Currently, Dr. Davis is in service to Strayer University as the Dean of the Shelby Oaks Campus, in Memphis, Tennessee.
Dr. Davis’ academic endeavors have awarded the following degrees: Bachelor of Science in Physical Science, Master of Education, Master of Arts in Technical Writing, and a Doctorate in Policy Studies.
Dr. Davis enjoys writing and exercising in his spare time. He and his wife, Joyce, of ten years have six children. Dr. Davis and his family reside in Memphis, Tennessee.
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