Brown Nominated to NTSB Seat

President Joseph Biden has nominated Alvin Brown to a seat on the National Transportation Safety Board.

Brown is the former mayor of Jacksonville, Florida, who has served as a senior adviser for urban policy during the Clinton administration.

His positions included serving as executive director and vice chair of the White House Community Empowerment Board, and as a senior adviser to former U.S. Commerce Secretary Ron Brown.

Alvin Brown also has president and CEO of The Willie Gary Classic, a foundation that offers forums and scholarships to students, and as executive director of the Bush/Clinton Katrina Interfaith Fund, which provided $20 million to rebuild houses of worship in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.

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