Brett Chambers is a Lecturer at North Carolina Central University, where he teaches mass communication and education technology courses. He serves on the NCCU Lyceum Committee, Hip Hop Initiative Advisory Group, and Jazz Research Institute Advisory Team. A graduate of Duke University’s Terry Sanford School of Public Policy, he earned his Masters in Education Technology from the NCCU School of Education. He is committed to efforts that address the diversity of learning styles and how technology can be used to close the achievement gap of African American children.
In 2004 Chambers was inducted into the National Association of Black Journalists’ Region IV Hall of Fame, in recognition of his long and distinguished media career, including his work as an award-winning television producer (WTVD-ABC11) of programs addressing education, health, and childrens issues. He contributed to the book How We Got Over: Testimonies of Faith, Hope, and Courage, and has been a contributing writer to the Independent Weekly and TRIBES magazine on his favorite subject, music.