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About “More to Come…The DJB Blog”

DJB overlooking San Marco Piazza 04 02 16Hi.  I am David J. Brown (hence the DJB) and I originally created this blog more than ten years ago to send random thoughts on a few things I care about to friends, family, and others who may share the same passions.  I began this as a way to capture photos and memories from a family vacation.  After the trip was over, I simply continued writing.

Over the years the blog has changed to have a more definite focus, which is reflected in the new menu items and new look.  Several years ago I began writing a Monday email to my staff about things that were on my mind, and this discipline led to a regular feature on the blog which you can find under “Monday Musings.”  Professionally, I am a national nonprofit leader with a four-decade record of growing and strengthening organizations at local, state, and national levels. In this work, I combine deep industry knowledge in historic preservation with proven fundraising experience, national program conceptualization and delivery, effective public engagement, extensive governing board involvement, and forward-looking strategic planning. Throughout my career, I have been passionate about connecting people in thriving, sustainable, and vibrant communities.

Because my professional background and career is in historic preservation, I write about places that matter to me (although this section also includes the quirky “Observations From…” category, which can cover just about anything.)  I also provide recommendations regarding books I’m reading and music I’m enjoying.  There are also a significant number of topics covered under the “Random DJB Thoughts” menu item, including posts where I brag on my children, talk about baseball (Go Nats!), and reflect on the lives of people who have touched my life.

This personal blog covers a broad range of random topics, so other things have and will crop up.  Please feel free to respond, but as a friend of mine says, if you want to disagree strongly, get your own blog!

I hope you enjoy.



  1. drtombibey says

    Man, if you are about bluegrass and baseball ain’t no way I’m gonna disagree with you on much.

    Come visit me. I think I am the only physician bluegrass fiction writer on wordpress.

    Dr. Tom Bibey


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