Rev. Dr. Daniel L. Brown of Arlington, Virginia has been a pastor in the City of Alexandria, VA for twenty-five years. Over the last ten years Dr. Brown has been able to fulfill a lifelong dream of developing a community outreach program to provide assistance to victims of HIV/AIDS; alcohol and substance abuse; the prevention of teen pregnancy; improving parenting skills among young adults and low self-esteem within both groups. Dr. Brown established this program as an outreach arm of the church he planted in 1999. Members of Dr. Brown's church, "First Agape Baptist Community of Faith" assumed positions of leadership in this outreach ministry. The program of this ministry was designed to successfully reach out into the minority community to make a difference in the lives of people who have not had an opportunity to be successful based on some condition or circumstance in life. Dr. Brown received his associate degree in Education from Norfolk State University; his B.S., in Education from Virginia State University; MA in Guidance from George Washington University; Ph.D., in Education from Walden University; Master of Divinity from the School of Theology, Union University; further study at the University of Virginia; two interns at the University of Maryland; and further study at Appalachian State University in Leadership. Dr. Brown retired from the Arlington County Public School System after thirty-four years of service. He held the following positions: Fifth and Sixth Grade Teacher; Child Development Consultant; Elementary School Principal; Director of Human Relations; Director of School Community Relations; Adult Night School Principal; and Adjunct Professor, University of Virginia. He is a licensed professional counselor for the State of Virginia and the American Psychotherapy Association; awarded the designation of Diplomate for APA; and a Board Certified Professional Christian Counselor of the International Board of Christian Counselors.