I work by increasing awareness among fathers of their responsibilities and impact through community collaborations, providing support services, training, and assistance to fathers.
Born and raised in Brooklyn, I am the father of four beautiful children, an uncle, grandfather, and husband to my beautiful wife, Tracy.
This is the concept video for the Fathers Incorporated "No Boundaries" project. The work is designed to engage in the narrative change of Black Families from tragedy to triumph. Historically Black Families have been the highlight of negative media representation, FI seeks to tell stories of everyday people and how they live their lives with NO BOUNDARIES.
Fathers Incorporated's Kenneth Braswell spoke at the White House today with Cabinet Secretary Broderick Johnson, the US Surgeon General, ONDCP Director Michael Botticelli and a host of others at the White House Dialog on Men's Health.
Braswell’s newest venture “Daddy, There’s a Noise Outside,” takes the complex issue of protesting and breaks the conversation down so that a 1st grader can understand.
Kenneth will be speaking at the Omega Psi Phi Undergraduate Summit on January 22nd at the Westin Peachtree in Atlanta. The Fatherhood Roundtable will address strategies in engaging Responsible Fatherhood in the City of Atlanta.
My passion is to positively impact and encourage men to serve their families and community with honor.
Why? Because the kind of man you are will dictate the kind of father and husband you will become.
My life’s experience has uniquely positioned me to serve men through the expertise of my own personal lens.
I started Fathers Incorporated in 2004, a 501(c)3 not-for-profit (S) corporation dedicated to strengthening the community and family infrastructure by encouraging and enabling the positive involvement of fathers in the lives of their children.
Additionally, I serve as the Director of the National Responsible Fatherhood Clearinghouse (NRFC). The NRFC is a widely recognized national and international resource for fathers, practitioners, researchers, and policymakers.
Ken and I are both supervising government-funded Fatherhood Initiatives. He has been an excellent source for information and has helped link us with other agencies engaged in the Fatherhood movement.
I have been a colleague, a business partner, and an associate of Kenneth Braswell. Each endeavor has brought me to this conclusion; He is a brilliant, resilient, and efficient man.