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Wilbur Brower

Agent: Ashley Glenn
P. O. Box 1719
Fayetteville, North Carolina, United States


Dr. Wil Brower is a graduate of North Carolina Public Schools. In addition to being a Highly Qualified high school teacher, he is also a management and educational consultant and trainer. Dr. Brower is a former member of the U. S. Air Force and an executive with Bell Telephone Laboratories and AT&T, where he held numerous line and staff positions. He has consulted and trained for clients such as the University of Memphis, DuPont Pharmaceuticals, Dow Chemical Company, Veterans Administration, Raleigh News and Observer, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, U. S. Postal Service, National CASA and Illinois Youth Advocacy Programs. He also has been a guest lecturer at Fayetteville State University, University of Michigan, North Carolina Central University, and Webster University, and a presenter at several national, state and regional conferences, including NC Dropout Prevention, DPI Closing the Achievement, National At-Risk Youth Forum, NC Communities in Schools, and Black Administrators in Child Welfare. Dr. Brower designed and developed STEP-UPP, and learning process for students at-risk of academic and personal failure; and The Teacher as Manager, a learning process for teachers and administrators.
Dr. Brower earned an undergraduate degree in English Education, an MBA in Management and a Doctoral Degree in Business Administration, with a concentration in Human and Organizational Development. He is the author of A Little Book Big Principles—Values and Virtues for a More Successful Life (1998) and Me Teacher, Me…Please! (2002). He also has been published in Harvard Business Review (Nov.-Dec. 1996) Cultural Diversity at Work (January, 1997) and Vital Speeches of the Day (Feb. 15, 2000).

Interests: Motivational, self-help, fiction, educational

Published writer: Yes

Freelance: No


Published works:


  • Me Teacher, Me...Please!--Observations about Parents, Students and Teachers, and the Teacher-Learning Process
  • Other

  • A Little Book of Big Principles--Values and Virtues for a More Successful Life