Andrew Brown

Currently Teaching:

PR Techniques, PR Research, Integrated Marketing, Non-Profit PR, International PR, Intro to PR and Design, Public Communication, Public Speaking. Future courses will include strategic planning and applied theory principles on the undergraduate and graduate level.

Professor Brown also serves at advisor to the campus chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA).

Andrew has more than 20 years’ experience in non-profit and higher education arenas. His specialties include: Organizational culture and internal communications, writing for donors and partners, integration of traditional and new media for practical multi-generational engagement, and using Public Relations principles as a management tool.

Andrew has led or helped facilitate several non-profit organization start-ups, and has held CEO roles with two organizations. He continues to be a strategic communication consultant in the non-profit community.

In addition to this professional experience, Andrew served as Instructor of Communications for Martin Methodist College, where he taught Communication Survey, Speech and Public Relations. His duties included campus leadership in travel-study/study-abroad and academic affairs.

Andrew is a 1995 honors graduate of The University of Tennessee at Martin, where he was awarded The Department of Communications Chairman’s award. Additional studies include a Master’s in Journalism and Public Relations from The University of Memphis (Pinnacle Honors Society), a Master’s Degree in Religion and Education from Mid-America Seminary, and ongoing doctoral studies in Strategic Communications at Regent University.


  • Ph.D. hrs Strategic Communication, Regent University (currently enrolled)
  • M.A. Journalism and Public Relations, University of Memphis, 2013.
  • M.A. Religion and Education, Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary, 1998.
  • B.S. Communications/Public Relations, University of Tennessee at Martin, 1995.

Contact Information:

Phone: 731-881-7547
Office: 305C Gooch Hall

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