Meet Our Keynote Speakers
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TUESDAY, JUNE 15TH

Mr. Keith Holmes

Founder / CEO

Global Black Inventor Research Projects, Inc.

For over thirty years, Mr. Holmes has worked in the satellite communications industry, and since 1977, he has used computers from main frames to personal computers.

 

Mr. Holmes has spent considerable time researching information on Black inventors at the New York Patent Library, the Schomburg Library in New York and Howard University's Moorland-Spingarn Research Center in Washington, DC.

 

He has lectured in Barbados, California, Canada, Connecticut, Illinois, New York, New Jersey, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Washington, DC., and he is currently working on several projects about Black inventors. Mr. Holmes has spent over thirty years researching information on Black innovators and inventors from around the world.

Contact Information

Phone: 646-610-1485

1023 Beverley Road Brooklyn NY 11218

Kcholmes50@gmail.com

www.globalblackinventor.com

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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16TH

Dr. Tameka Bradley Hobbs

Associate Provost for Academic Affairs, Associate Professor of History

Founding Director of the FMU Social Justice Institute, Florida Memorial University

Tameka Bradley Hobbs is Associate Provost for Academic Affairs and the Founding Director of the FMU Social Justice Institute at Florida Memorial University. She earned her undergraduate degree from Florida A&M University, and her doctoral degree in United States History and Historical Administration and Public History from Florida State University.

In addition to her sixteen years of teaching experience, Hobbs has served as coordinator of the African American Studies Program at Valdosta State University. She has also worked as a researcher, writer, consultant, and director for a number of public and oral history projects in Florida and Virginia.

 

Her professional experience includes serving as Director of Projects and Program for the John G. Riley Museum and Center of African American History and Culture, located in Tallahassee, Florida.

Contact Information

Phone: 305-626-3955

Office of the Academic Affairs

15800 NW 42nd Avenue

Miami Gardens FL 33054

tameka.hobbs@fmuniv.edu

www.socialjustice.fmuniv.edu

@dr.tamekahobbs (IG)

@drtamekahobbs (FB)

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