Left US Army in October 1982. Here's Braswell's journey on becoming a national expert on Responsible Fatherhood, motivational speaker, lecturer, presenter and trainer.
Kenneth Braswell graduated from New School Contemporary Radio in September 1992.
Founded WHAZUP! Newspaper in February 1993.
Became the Vice President of the Urban League of Northeastern New York.
Planned first major community project –
Black Arts and Cultural Festival, NY.
Created Urban Voices Newspaper & Urban Communications.
In February 2001, Braswell became one of the board members of Albany Boys and Girls Club
Board Member of the Capital Region YMCA.
Established in 2004, Fathers Incorporated serves as a leader in the field of Responsible Fatherhood. The agency’s international, national, and local mission focuses on remediating the impact of father absence.
Its focus is to ensure that fathers, particularly noncustodial fathers facing limited employment opportunities and increasing debt, receive the supports they need to provide for the well-being of their children – both emotionally and financially.
The main objective is to help fathers and children connect, raise awareness of the need for positive father involvement, and educate men and women about the importance of healthy father-child relationships.
Became Director of the New York State Fatherhood Initiative. The organization's focus is to engage fathers in the child welfare and juvenile justice communities and to provide programs that will encourage responsible fatherhood.
Debuted “Dads Eye View” TV show.
Became the prime contractor for the National Responsible Fatherhood Clearinghouse. The NRFC is a widely recognized national and international resource for fathers, practitioners, researchers, and policymakers. Its components include: www.fatherhood.gov, media campaigns, products, the national fatherhood hotline, and President Obama’s Responsible Fatherhood and Mentoring Initiative.
Spit’in Anger is the exploration into the uncharted space of fatherlessness. Through the story of one of America’s premier leaders in the responsible fatherhood movement--Kenneth Braswell--we learn that the filmmaker and healer is about to receive a lesson in healing himself.
Fathers Incorporated relocated to Atlanta, GA
Dark Hearts, a 20min silent short film is the depiction of the dynamics that take place between two low-income non-custodial parents with children.
Released “Daddy, There’s A Noise Outside” Children’s Book. This project takes the complex issue of protesting and breaks the conversation down so that a 1st grader can understand.Read More