Reginald L. Brown is a native of Jacksonville, Florida and attended local public schools which prepared him to matriculate educational institutions of higher learning. He earned his under-graduate degree in Criminal Justice from Edward Waters College and a Master's degree in Social Science with a concentration in Public Administration from Florida A&M University.
Reginald's professional focus has been dually served in both social services as well as, the United States Army. He has worked in the social service arena and served in the military for over 20 years.
Reginald worked through the ranks of social service. He started his career as a probation officer and quickly soared into leadership. He mastered different skills and responsibilities and accomplished the position as Chief Executive Officer for the Project Reach Foundation. Additionally, Reginald has served over 20 years in the United States Army and currently serves as a Warrant Officer in the Army Reserves. Again excelling far past his contemporaries; he moved through the ranks and received several leadership recognitions for his commitment and dedication to the Armed Forces.
He was elected to the Jacksonville City Council in November 2008, and re-elected in 2011. Reginald continues to serve on several boards and committees. He has been the recipient of several accolades for his work with youth, as well as, the community. Furthering those efforts, he continues to promote "education as a requirement not an option". He has devoted strong work ethics in over informing the community and encouraging others to engage in their civic responsibilities. More importantly he is familiar with the needs of District 10 and is committed to moving the city to the next level.
Through all of his accomplishments he takes pride in being a man that is strong in faith. He believes in the importance of having a relationship with God, family, and friends. Reginald is a father of three: daughter Tanisha, and twin boys Reginald II, and Nigel. Reginald is a member of several organizations and has had the opportunity to complete Leadership Jacksonville and the Congressional Black Caucus Leadership Boot Camp.
Finally it is his mission to serve the community and promote the self-help philosophy concept with great magnitude in order to maximize all of the talents bestowed upon us.
Council Member Brown may be reached at (904) 630-1684 or RBrown@coj.net.
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