Board of Directors

Are you or someone you know interested in making an impact in improving the education of Louisiana students? If so, please email info@advanceie.org to discuss Board of Director opportunities with AIE.

Reginald Browhow, Chairman

Chairman

Reginald Browhow has extensive experience in the human service and educational capacity fields with emphasis on child and adult advocacy. Moreover, his experience with disenfranchised families and individuals has led him to oversee several departments and agencies (from inception to execution) focused on building human capital while simultaneously developing systematic social programming. Mr. Browhow has also served in several leadership capacities with local charter schools. Mr. Browhow holds a Master of Social Work and a Master of Arts in Educational Leadership. In addition to serving on AIE’s board; he also is an active member of STAND for Children and the Special Education Advisory Panel (Louisiana Department of Education). 

Dan Bevan

CFO, Treasurer, and Trustee
Huey and Angelina Wilson Foundation

Dan Bevan is Trustee, Chief Financial Officer, and Treasurer of the Huey and Angelina Wilson Foundation in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Dan also currently serves on the Boards of Children’s Charter School, The Louisiana Charter School Association, and Education’s Next Horizon. He graduated from Louisiana State University with Bachelor of Science Degrees in Finance and Accounting. He served in the United States Army as a Lieutenant in the Quartermaster Corps during the Vietnam conflict. He is a member of the Louisiana State Board of Certified Public Accountants and the International Facilities Management Association. 

Christi Hunter Brown

Director of Operations of Kingdom Kounsel

Christi Hunter-Brown LPC-S, LAC, NCC, PhD candidate is a licensed professional counselor supervisor, a licensed addictions counselor, and a nationally certified counselor. She is currently the Director of Operations of Kingdom Kounsel, a statewide behavioral and social service agency. She is also the Training Coordinator of the Black Family Initiative, an initiative designed to strengthen families and provide services to at-risk youth.

In the past she has been employed by Options for Independence and served as the CTI/ICM Supervisor for Children and Adult Services and was also the Team Leader for the Louisiana Spirit Crisis Counseling Program, Tangipahoa and Washington parish outreach team. She received her Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling from Southern University AME of Baton Rouge, La. Christi is a member of the Louisiana Counseling Association (LCA) and the Louisiana Association of Substance Abuse Counselors and Trainers (LASACT). She has consulted with and provided services to healthcare, education, social services, governmental and legislative, emergency planning and relief, workforce development, and children service organizations and agencies throughout the state.

Christi has held many leadership positions and has also administered and developed innovative educational, behavioral health, and leadership and addictions program that span the state. She has been invited to facilitate numerous keynote and educational workshops at professional conferences, training events, and schools throughout the nation and has authored and co-authored several publications, newsletters, articles, and manuals. She is a dedicated wife (Minister Daryl L. Brown), colleague, and friend. Christi has spent her life improving the quality of others. Her undying dedication has been recognized by state and local elected officials throughout the state. 

John Easterly

Educator

John Easterly, Jr. has been a Mathematics and Social Studies teacher at Denham Springs High School for five years.  During his tenure, he has coached boys basketball, cross country, and has been a co-sponsor for the FCA club.  His hard work and dedication has made him an invaluable asset to his school.  

A devoted husband, he has been married to his wonderful wife, Sarah, for eight years.  Together, they are raising two boys, one of whom they fostered prior to adopting in October 2014.  He is also a frequent speaker and teacher in his church as well as other local congregations.  John is a 2007 graduate of Louisiana College and a 2014 graduate of AIE.