Jae S. Brown

Transformational and Innovation Leader


Jae S. Brown is a transformational Leader and “Innovation Gap” Warrior Dedicated to Changing the World through Inspiring Other Innovators!

Mr. Brown has over 20 years of leadership experience that spans the military, government, nonprofit, corporate and startup sectors. His programs have impacted billions around the globe. He is currently the CEO of Fly Vekter, LLC an unmanned aerial technology firm working in the areas of emergency management, training, career placement, and entertainment. Mr. Brown has built Fly Vekter into an
organization with a diverse client list that includes the DOD, school districts and several Fortune 500 companies.

Mr. Brown’s drone industry experience includes serving as the President of Business Development at TCJ Aerotech. Prior to TCJ, Mr. Brown served as the department head for Emergency Management at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. He was responsible for managing the system-wide emergency operations program of the largest pediatric healthcare system in the US. He also served as the lead of a
state-wide biosafety committee where he helped implement policies to over 100 hospitals across the state of Georgia. As an Emergency Response Coordinator with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, he authored a national emergency response guidance plan that was enacted through a Presidential Order.

He also oversaw emergency operations for over 300 facilities across the US. Civically, Mr. Brown is passionate about closing the technology “Innovation Gap” in minority communities. He was a founding Board of the Harriet Tubman School of Science and Technology. A school that teaches children computational learning and coding. He serves on the board of Together Friends. An organization dedicated to teaching STEAM to youth. Through Fly Vekter, he has partnered with several public school systems, to bring drone technology and STEAM studies across the Atlanta metropolitan area. He has also served on the boards of several other institutions focused on underserved communities such as the American Red Cross of Georgia, Auditory Verbal Center, the United Way of Atlanta’s African American Partnership, and the Urban League Young Professionals of Greater Atlanta.

Jae Brown’s awards include Atlanta Business Chronicle’s Veterans Who Mean Business and their 40 Leaders Under 40 award, Georgia Trend Magazine’s 40 Leaders Under 40 in Georgia, Urban League of Greater Atlanta’s Rising Star Award, CDC Outstanding Citizen, CDC Ambassadorship Award. Mr. Brown is also an alumnus of Leadership Atlanta’s LEAD Atlanta (class of 2010).

He earned an MBA from Cornell University and Queens University, an MPA from the University of Georgia and holds a dual Bachelor of Science degree in Urban Public Policy and Urban Economic Development from Georgia State University.