Undraye Howard is vice president of the Center on Leadership at the Alliance for Strong Families and Communities.
He also is an adjunct professor at several universities, where he teaches courses on youth, work development, leadership, communication practices and processes, and effectiveness in the human services world.
Howard has a bachelor’s in business and marketing from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and a master’s in communication with an emphasis in training and development from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He is currently pursuing his doctoral degree in urban studies, with a focus on human services and social systems from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Howard is passionate about children and families and believes strongly in the engagement of addressing socioeconomic issues through strong advocacy and the development of public policy in dealing with these issues that plague families and communities.