Reginald Grant, MSEd is a Business Strategist, Consultant, Speaker, and Author. Former NFL player for the New York Jets. He currently consults with companies in a variety of industries from apparel manufacturers like the Retired NFL Players Congress, to companies in the tech and education industries.
Former high school and middle school English teacher for seventeen years. Has worked on the statewide assessment development and curriculum for the State of California. A leading expert on teaching African Americans, urban youth and international ESL students. Instructed summer workshops for urban youth on academic skill development. Including a 2019 and 2020 summer program with international students for the Boston College Experience For High School Students. In addition, to workshops for educational professionals and other groups.
Serves on several boards of national organizations working with youth. Including the National Alliance Of African American Athletes, helping uplift and mentor youth, focusing on African American males, through programs that prepare students for college; leveraging athletes as catalysts to inspire leadership, while recognizing and rewarding academic, athletic, and community excellence.
Recently published an article in the United Methodist Church (GCUMM) in the international magazine titled “Economic Inequity: The American Dilemma”. The author of “Thoughts of An Urban Teacher” (2017), “Effective Mentoring in the 21st Century” (workbook 2017), “Success Stories Insights by African American Men”(2016),”A Case for Bilingual Education” (2015),“A Teacher’s View Education in America.”(2014) and numerous teacher guides, workbooks, and articles.