Why I became a Dream Supreme: I am so honored to be a member of the Atlanta Dream Supremes! I have met so many wonderful and new best friends! The first thing I did was call my daughter, Qiana, to ask how she felt about it. She was so encouraging and has been the absolute best support system anyone, particularly a 57-yr. old mother, could ever have. I had never been a cheerleader before, but I really wanted to do it to jumpstart my non-existent exercise routine (as we had to commit to a mandatory 90-min. minimum practice each week). Sure, I have to occasionally soak the aching legs, but it has been all worth it! I have already begun to lose weight, and I have dropped an entire dress size! But, most important, I have met some great, new, life-long friends!

Personal: I am a graduate of Morris Brown College with a B.S. in Business Administration and Organizational Management. I am married to Pastor Frank L. Brown and I am the honored and humble First Lady of Pine Street Missionary Baptist Church in Marietta, Georgia. Combined, we have two sons, two daughters and two grandsons. My husband, Chief Frank L. Brown, served a decade as the first African American Chief of Police for the City of East Point, Georgia, and recently retired after 39 years of dedicated service.

Professional: I am a consultant with more than 27 years of experience in public relations, media relations, special events, and project management. I have served as Press Secretary for the City of Atlanta during Mayor Bill Campbell’s administration; National Press Secretary for The King Center, working directly with Mrs. Coretta Scott King and Director Sonny Walker; Director of Communications and Public Relations for The Frank Ski Morning Show on V-103 Radio and syndicated in Baltimore, Maryland; and, as the Chief Public Information Officer for the City of East Point, where I managed the City’s 24-hr. television station, coordinated media, edited the City Monthly newsletter and served as one of the City’s spokespersons.