“My overall goal is creating an environmentof independencethat improves the quality of lifeof an individual. Be a resource to someone. If you have something you can share with others do it. Experience is the best teacher, and if we share our experiences, we can grow through the exchange of knowledge.”
We are proud to induct Horace Brown into the Susan Daniels Disability Mentoring Hall of Fame.
Horace is originally from Selma, Alabama, and is the proud husband and father of two. He was the first in his family to graduate from college. He holds a Graduate Degree from Alabama State University in Rehabilitation Services and is a board member of the Florida Alliance for Assistive Services and Technology (FAAST).Horace is currently the program administrator for Florida’s Vocational Rehabilitation Organization. He has a specialization in general adult employment programs and services which include: Youth Peer Mentoring, Self-Employment, On-the-Job Training, Pre-Placement Training, and Inclusive Post-Secondary Education. In 2015, He started with VR as a VR Counselor and was promoted through the years to Consultant. He specialized in working with our deaf and hard of hearing customers, and also worked with post-secondary students, serving as a liaison to Florida State University, Tallahassee Community College, Florida A&M, and general adult customers.Horace believes in creating strong networks for youth with disabilities. Horace is committed to associating the bestpractices to accomplish objectives and believes fully in connecting with students, and community resources to advocate, educate and encourage growth.