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Kenneth Blackwell

Kenneth BlackwellAKA John Kenneth Blackwell

Born: 28-Feb-1948
Birthplace: Cincinnati, OH

Gender: Male
Religion: Christian
Race or Ethnicity: Black
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Government
Party Affiliation: Republican

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Ohio Secretary of State, 1999-2007

Wife: Rosa E. Blackwell (m. 1968)
Daughter: Kimberly
Son: Rahshann
Daughter: Kristin

    University: BS Educational Psychology, Xavier University (1970)
    University: MA Counseling Psychology, Xavier University (1971)
    Professor: Xavier University (1974-91)
    Administrator: Trustee, Wilberforce University
    Administrator: Trustee, Wilmington College Ohio
    Administrator: Governing Board, St. Rita School for the Deaf

    Ohio Secretary of State (1999-2007)
    Treasurer of Ohio (1994-98)
    US Ambassador to the United Nations Human Rights Commission (1991-93)
    Mayor of Cincinnati (1979-80)
    Cincinnati City Council (1977-89)
    American Red Cross Governing Board, Greater Cincinnati Red Cross
    Ashbrook Center for Public Affairs Board of Advisors
    Black Alliance for Educational Options Advisory Board
    Close Up Foundation Board of Advisors
    Council on Foreign Relations
    Family Research Council Senior Fellow for Family Empowerment
    Federalist Society
    The Heritage Foundation Senior Fellow
    Huckabee for President
    Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs Advisory Board
    NAACP Life Member
    National Taxpayers Union Board Member
    Trump Transition Team
    Washington Legal Foundation National Board of Advisors
    Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity
    Risk Factors: Homophobia

    I Want Your Money (28-Jul-2010) · Himself

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Author of books:
Rebuilding America (2006, with Jerome Corsi)

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