Michael Browning has a long and respected history in the nonprofit sector and brings to this role broad and vast experience in serving in interim appointments. Michael is a national leader on equity, race and social justice and has decades of experience in nonprofit organization board development, fund development, policy research and advocacy, organizational development, program development and evaluation, cross-sector training and capacity building, as well as strategic planning in diverse communities.
He is a graduate of the University of Southern California and was a National Leadership Fellow at Boston University School of Public Health Medical School as part of the Join Together Coalition Fellowship funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Michael has served on local, regional, and national boards for nonprofit and civic organizations for more than 30 years, is the President of the City of Los Angeles Van Nuys Neighborhood Council and currently serves on three boards: Black Women Rally for Action – Los County, South Central Prevention Coalition, and the San Fernando Valley NAACP. He is a native of suburban Detroit and has an adult son and a family of dogs and cats.