Terrell D. Brown is a proud alum of Florida Memorial University, where he received his Bachelor of Science in Psychology. Dr. Brown has worked as a Gerontological Social Worker for the Prince George’s County Department of Social Services—Adult Resources Bureau. Dr. Brown was a Frederick Douglass Doctoral Fellow in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Howard University, a former intern for the U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging, and AARP. Dr. Brown was awarded the Gerontological Social Work Pre-Dissertation Award from the Association for Gerontology Education in Social Work (AGE SW). His interests broadly include aging and diversity issues; ethno-gerontology, HIV/AIDS, social work education, and social welfare policy. In his doctoral work he explored how the intersections of age, race, spirituality, and sexual orientation impact psychological well-being among Black middle aged and older gay HIV positive men. He earned a Master of Arts degree in Higher, Adult, and Lifelong Education from Michigan State University and a Master of Social Work and PhD degrees from Howard University in Washington, DC. This fall, Dr. Brown will join the faculty in the School of Social Work at Barry University.