Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,
Educational Organization and Leadership

J.D., Howard University

M.B.A., Howard University

M.Div., Yale University

M.Ed., Georgia State University
Mathematics Education

B.S., Morris Brown College
Mathematics, Minor Physics

Math Teacher Certification (Level 7)
Georgia Professional Standards Commission

Alexander is the son of autoworkers (UAW) from Atlanta, Georgia. Though his mother finished high school, his father did not. However, his father was very hard on him as far as education was concerned. This is perhaps why he felt compelled to take advantage of all the education he could muster. Alexander is a proud product of Georgia public schools. Starting his career as a math teacher at an inner city public high school, Alexander learned valuable lessons from diverse institutions of higher learning. Alexander has strong convictions regarding educational opportunity as a necessary benefit of American democracy and productive citizenship. Below is some background information about Alexander.

Dr. Hamilton has been honored by numerous civic and civil rights organizations including NAACP, Congressional Black Caucus, 100 Black Men, National Black MBA Association, National Education Association, and was named the Charles Hamilton Houston Scholar for Law by the Washington Bar Association at its 2003 annual meeting. At the University of Illinois, he was named amongst the "Teachers Ranked Excellent by Their Students." Dr. Hamilton is also an inductee of both Pi Lamda Theta International Honor Society in Education and Kappa Delta Pi Educational Honor Society.

Dr. Hamilton's professional affiliations have included the American Bar Association, American Educational Research Association, Association for the Study of Higher Education, National Council for Teachers of Mathematics, National Education Association, and Georgia Association of Educators. Dr. Hamilton holds a middle and secondary mathematics teacher certification through the Georgia Professional Standards Commission and has taught math at the middle school, high school, and collegiate levels. Dr. Hamilton currently practices law in Washington, D.C., in the areas of civil rights, education, appellate advocacy, legislative review, and personal injury.

Dr. Hamilton has also presented extensively at many conferences including the National Education Association Conference on Funding Quality of Schools, the ACLU conference on Brown v. Board of Education, the American Association for Affirmative Action, and the American Educational Research Association Annual Conference regarding improvement of middle and secondary students performance in math and science. In addition, he has conducted a Ph.D. Forum at Howard University for increasing retention and matriculation in the graduate process.

At Howard University, he provided critical research and served as an interested party for an amicus brief filed in the University of Michigan affirmative action cases argued before the U.S. Supreme Court. Since then, he has presented extensively on equal protection jurisprudence, civil rights litigation, and affirmative action. Dr. Hamilton has been a guest on Fox News to debate Bill O'Reilly on issues such as affirmative action and the Jena Six. Personal responsibility, hard work, integrity, and character are cornerstones of Dr. Hamilton's life and his personal philosophy.


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