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Native to Lithonia Georgia, and currently residing in Chicago, Illinois. Evan S. Brown is an entrepreneurial mastermind. He is the CEO and Founder of Vision Birthers—a consulting firm that focuses on providing strategies and solutions for individuals and businesses.

A graduate of Alabama Agricultural & Mechanical University, Brown earned a Bachelor's Degree in Business Management (2013). He is also a member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Incorporated. Armed with adequate experience, Evan has functioned as an Executive Pastor, Higher Education Program Coordinator, Life Coach, Strategist, Marketing Director, and uses the experience of these as the foundation of his business and building the businesses of others. 

What is Vision Birthers?

Vision Birthers is a consulting agency that focuses on providing strategies and solutions for individuals and businesses. Committed to making any idea, big or small, tangible, the company places an emphasis on ensuring that the overall vision is transformed into a clear, concise, and attainable plan of action. This is accomplished by way of strategy development sessions, in-person workshops, interactive e-courses, brand development, and so on. A multifaceted entity, Vision Birthers offers a number of professional services that include: personal coaching, marketing strategies,  book writing/publishing services, business development, website development, content curation, and graphic design services.

To date, Vision Birthers has produced over 50 first time authors and websites; has facilitated successful business development campaigns, coordinated successful workshops and conferences, and has produced for the likes of Tamar Braxton, Vashawn Mitchell, and Dr. Kamilah Stevenson.

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