MARK BAKER embodies the definition of socially interchangeable. The former Professor of Current Issues in African American Studies and Introduction to Women Studies at Clark Atlanta University. Baker is also a retired Fulton County Schools Resource Officer and certified instructor of Law Enforcement Officer’s response to Weapons of Mass Destruction by FEMA and the Department of Homeland Security.
Baker has served on various panels and forums professing “The Radical Honesty Movement,” sharing the stages with the likes of David Banner under President Obama’s “My Brother’s Keeper Initiative” and Fulton County Chairman John Eaves. Baker’s theories are unique providing advice that empowers others to be successful in various walks of life. He is directly involved and committed to the students and families in the South Fulton community, especially District 7. Totally unlike anyone before, and in a non-traditional fashion, Baker serves as a liaison for bridging the gap between the young people and the community they will one day serve.
A graduate of Dillard University in New Orleans — his honors include nominations for Atlanta’s Top Thirty Under Thirty and Runner Up out of hundreds nationwide for “Man of the Year” by Today’s Black Women Magazine.
In addition, Baker attended Clark Atlanta University for his Master’s and Doctoral degrees. While working in Clark Atlanta’s Department of Public Safety, Baker served as Community Relations Officer, Sergeant and Shift Supervisor. Currently he serves as a Board Member of Brothers United Atlanta and the Founder and Servant of HBCU Student Government Alliance.
Baker is currently an Independent Educational Consultant and Member of the Independent Educational Consultants Association. He is also a proud graduate of the 10th Anniversary Class of Fulton County Citizen’s University.