Who's Who Top Educators

Kenneth Mayers

Title: Senior Adjunct Professor
Company: St. Francis College
Location: Franklin Lakes, New Jersey, United States

Kenneth Mayers, senior adjunct professor at St. Francis College, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in academia.

Dr. Mayers has nearly three decades of experience in education, during which he has become a prominent figure in the field. His driving force is a passion for fostering intellectual growth and social change. He holds a PhD in comparative literature from UCLA and completed his Bachelor of Arts in general arts and sciences from Penn State University in 1983. His academic journey reflects a commitment to interdisciplinary learning and cultural exploration. Additionally, he completed a diploma from Bergen County Academies.

Throughout his career, Dr. Mayers has held various roles, including teacher positions at Bergen County Academies and Bergen County Technical Schools, between 1994 and 2023, where he played a pivotal role in promoting diversity and accessibility in the classroom. His dedication to human rights education led him to begin work co-authoring the book “Human Rights Education For Educators” and to serve as an Educational Consultant at One2One College Consulting since 2022, where he continues to advocate for innovative teaching methods. He has also served as an adjunct professor at St. Francis College since 2020.

A standout highlight of Dr. Mayers’ career has been his focus on addressing diversity and inclusivity in education. By championing cultural and economic diversity, as well as accessibility, he has made significant strides in creating more equitable learning environments for students from diverse backgrounds. This commitment underscores his belief in the transformative power of education as a catalyst for social change.

Looking ahead, Dr. Mayers envisions launching an innovative educational think tank aimed at leveraging artificial intelligence and digital tools to bridge the digital divide and empower underserved communities. His goal is to establish a scholarship program that nurtures young scholars and fosters collaborative research initiatives. Through these endeavors, he remains steadfast in his mission to shape the future of education and inspire the next generation of thinkers and leaders.

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