Bruce W. Strouble Ph.D. is a resident of Tallahassee, Florida by way of Pasadena, California. After earning both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Florida A&M University (FAMU) he would go on to earn his doctorate degree at Walden University. Throughout his professional life, Strouble has focused on advocacy and education on behalf of African-American communities, with the goal of improving their capacity to become more sustainable and resilient. Dr. Strouble a father of 4 and a self-described “environmental justice advocate” is committed to ensuring that Black communities worldwide are prepared to adapt and respond to the global climate crisis.
Strouble, a 2018 recipient of the ReThink Energy Florida “Energy Innovator” award is a member of several community-based organizations. Dr. Strouble is a founding member of Citizens for a Sustainable Future Inc., a Senior Fellow at the Institute for the Polarities of Democracy as well as the Environmental Leadership Program. Strouble also serves on the Board of Directors for the Capital City Chamber of Commerce, Rethink Energy Florida and the Moving Forward Network. In 2017, Dr. Strouble was appointed to serve on the Leon County Affordable Housing Advisory Council. Currently, Dr. Strouble works as a Research and Program Coordinator for FAMU’s Sustainability Institute. Strouble’s belief that thriving democracy and community participation are the keys to developing sustainable communities has been a guiding premise in all his work.
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