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Scholar Profile

Jalondra Brown

Inglewood Higher Education

Biography

Jalondra A. D. Brown is a writer, scholar, and public speaker with a background in nonprofit development, university teaching, cultural programming, and performing arts. She has worked to increase the access of under-served communities to critical education, media literacy, African American history, and arts and culture. Jalondra is currently promoting her literary urban coming-of-age novel BUTTERFLY JAR and recently completed her PhD in Ethnic Studies. She is also an adjunct lecturer in the Africana Studies department at Cal State Dominguez Hills. Her website is www.jalondraadavis.com.


High school:  Westchester High School

Degrees

College Year Degree
Loyola Marymount University
Los Angeles, CA
2006 B.A. English with Writing Concentration
University of Southern California
Los Angeles, CA
2008 M.P.W. Masters of Professional Writing Program
University of California - Riverside
Riverside, CA
2014 M.A. Ethnic Studies
University of California - Riverside
Riverside, CA
2017 Ph.D. Ethnic Studies

News and Highlights

Jalondra Brown (MS '02)

Spoken Word Comes to Life: On Saurday, July 21st Jalondra Davis, MS ‘02, will be reading selections from her new book, Butterfly Jar, performing select spoken word pieces, and autographing copies that can be purchased. Zahra's Books and Things 900 North La Brea Avenue, Inglewood, CA 90302.

Jalondra Brown (MS '02)

Jalondra Davis, MS ‘02, has accepted the position of adjunct professor at Cal State University of Dominguez Hills, where she will teach classes in their Africana Studies Department.

Jalondra Brown (MS '02)

Fantastic Fellowship: Congratulations are in order for Jalondra Davis, MS ‘02,who was recently awarded a Ford Foundation Predoctoral Fellowship to work toward her Ph.D. in Ethnic Studies at the University of California, Riverside this fall.