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Achievement Academy Vice Chairman (Alumni)

Kenneth J. Taylor, Ph.D., is the Senior Quality Control Management Analyst in the office Federal Student Aid (FSA) for the U.S. Department of Education (ED). Additionally, Brother Taylor is the co-Founder of the Partnership for Educational Growth Systems (PEGS), a firm designed to bridge the pipeline between industry and minority youth in the Washington DC metropolitan area. Brother Taylor received his doctorate in Higher Education Administration from MSU in May 2011. For over 17 years, He has worked at every level from elementary, secondary, higher education and federal. His previous roles includes classroom instructor, data analyst and Research Director.

Dr. Taylor, a 2005 initatie of the Stockbridge-Jonesboro (GA) Alumni Chapter, currently serves as the 1st Vice Polemarch of the Alexandria-Fairfax (VA) Alumni Chapter, and the Vice-Chairman of the Achievement Academy. He has also held the position of chapter Reporter and 2nd Vice Polemarch respectively. When not doing the work of Kappa, he volunteers his expertise with several public charter schools in the Washington D.C. area; he serves as a Commissioner for the Mayor’s Advisory Panel for Special Education; and writes for peer reviewed journals and collegiate books.

A native of Atlanta, Brother Taylor also holds a B.S. in Psychology (2002) from Tennessee State University and a M.P.A. in Public Administration (2004) from Georgia State University. Dr. Taylor is committed to the challenge to increase the international imprint of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. and to diversifying access to higher education to ensure the United States remains globally competitive.