James T. Brown

James T. Brown


James T. Brown Ph.D., president of SEBA® Solutions Inc., a Registered Education Provider for the Project Management Institute, has provided training and consulting services for dozens of companies nationally and internationally. SEBA® also provides online training for project managers at http://www.sebasolutions.com/online-courses/. James has sixteen years of NASA experience that includes “hands on” experience as a team member, project manager and serving in executive level organizational leadership roles.

James has served as a subject matter expert for a leading project software vendor and is the author of The Handbook of Program Management published by McGraw-Hill. http://ProgramManagementBook.com. He has been published in PM Network, PE Magazine, PMI Community Post, Projects@Work, The Systems Thinker and PM World Today. A recognized authority in project management, he is a frequently invited keynote speaker on project management and leadership. You can view a demo video of James here http://www.sebasolutions.com/project-management-keynote-speaker/

James is a member of the Project Management Institute, and the National Speakers Association. He is actively seeking a public or private board appointment and has served on the Board for Florida’s Technological Research and Development Authority in various roles including chairman.

Specialties: James has a Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering from the University of Central Florida, a MS in Engineering Management from Florida Institute of Technology and a BS in Electrical Engineering from Tennessee State University. He is a licensed Professional Engineer (PE),a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and Certified Speaking Professional (CSP) from the National Speakers Association.

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