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Sterling Brown: Leadership & Mentoring Expert

Sterling is a sought-after leadership communicator with several decades of experience training coaches, administrators, and student-athletes to develop the fundamentals of character that will guide them to success on and off the field.

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Sterling Brown is the Director of Character Development at Kennesaw State University. He is responsible for helping student-athletes develop the fundamentals of character that will serve and guide them throughout and following their playing careers.

Sterling has spent the last 22 years mentoring and developing leaders in the world of athletics. He brings a breadth of experience and depth of passion to every event with student athletes and coaches.

Sterling does events for:

  • Athletic Coaches and Staff
  • Student Athletes
  • College Students
  • Middle and High School Students

Sterling Brown is the Director of Character Development at Kennesaw State University. He is responsible for helping student-athletes develop the fundamentals of character that will serve and guide them throughout and following their playing careers.

Sterling has spent the last 22 years mentoring and developing leaders in the world of athletics. He brings a breadth of experience and depth of passion to every event with student athletes and coaches.

Sterling does events for:

  • Athletic Coaches and Staff
  • Student Athletes
  • College Students
  • Middle and High School Students

Past Engagements:

  • Pepperdine University
  • UNC Asheville
  • Woodward Academy
  • Clayton State University
  • North Cobb Christian School
  • Delta College
  • University of Washington
  • National Dance Coach Association
  • Dallas Baptist University
  • Austin Peay State University
  • Johnson and Wales University
  • Grand Valley State University

Endorsement

Sterling connected immediately with our group with his engaging interactive style. The coaches were provided gold nuggets that they could immediately translate into their coaching of millennials. 

David Widener

Associate Athletic Director, Woodward Academy