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Deborah E. King, Ph.D.

Deborah E. King, Ph.D. is President of DEBLAR & Associates, Inc., an educational consultant specializing in program planning, evaluation, fundraising, and career development. A frequent lecturer and keynote speaker, Dr. King has spoken at over one hundred colleges, universities, and organizations. She has conducted extensive research in the area of minority engineering education and environmental justice issues impacting the poor and people of color. She is the recipient of the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship, Princeton University and is listed as an outstanding Young Woman of America. Dr. King served on the Ohio Board of Regent’s Student Achievement in research and Scholarship (STARS) Committee; National Inventor’s Hall of Fame’s Blue Ribbon Panel to Conceptualize Scientific creativity programming; the University of Akron’s College of Engineering Advisory Council; and the Akron Area’s Association of Churches Division Chairperson for Community Concerns. Dr. King received a dual BA in Sociology and Psychology from the University of Houston. Deborah completed her MPA from Texas Southern University and a Ph.D. in Higher Education with a focus on evaluation and program development from Kansas State University.


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Lawrence P. King

Lawrence P. King is Vice President for DEBLAR & Associates Inc. with over twenty-five years experience in strategic marketing planning, technology transfer, sales, business development, and market development in both domestic and international environments. Mr. King has led programs that encouraged the development of polymer technology and research in advanced energy systems and environmental emissions controls. He has structured collaborations between private developers, state and federal governments, and research organizations that permitted the development and deployment of new energy and environmental technology. Since 1970 he has promoted greater access to science and engineering education for underrepresented minorities nationally, served on the Selection Committee for the US Black Engineer program, and produced the nationally distributed video, "The Call for Blacks in Energy and the Sciences." Mr. King is a founding board member of Inventure Place, the home of the National Inventor’s Hall of Fame. Mr. King holds a BS degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology from Cleveland State University and has studied at the graduate level at the University of Dayton and the University of Michigan Business Schools.

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