Dennis Kimbro, Ph.D.
Writer and business school professor
As a lecturer and researcher in the field of management, entrepreneurship and human potential, Dr. Kimbro encourages his readers to look within to extract the keys that underlie all accomplishment. He received his B.A. degree from the University of Oklahoma, and a M.A. and doctorate from Northwestern University where he studied wealth and poverty among underdeveloped countries.
After a personal meeting with W. Clement Stone, president of the Napoleon Hill Foundation, Dr. Kimbro was commissioned to update and complete Hill's original manuscript. Think and Grow Rich: A Black Choice, the results of Dr. Kimbro and Hill's efforts, distills the secrets of success contained in the lives of peak performing men and women, and reveals how readers can use utilize these keys to make their dreams come true.
His honors include various awards bestowed by the business community as well as the Dale Carnegie Personal Achievement award. Currently, Dr. Kimbro teaches on the faculty at the Clark Atlanta University School of Business Administration.
Dr. Kimbro’s highest honor occurred when the Nat’l Black MBA Association presented him with the 2005 H. Naylor Fitzhugh award, emblematic as one of the top professors in the nation. As the author of Daily Motivations for African American Success and the highly acclaimed What Makes the Great Great: Strategies for Extraordinary Achievement, his fifth book, The Wealth Choice: Success Secrets of Black Millionaires -- the long awaited sequel to Think & Grow Rich -- A Black Choice, promises to be another best seller.