Brown is well known for his role on 'Queer Eye' but has previously worked as a social worker, and will explore his many idenities.
ArtPower and UC San Diego’s Associated Students Office of Concerts & Events (ASCE) will present three-time Emmy Winner, television host, actor, and author, Karamo Brown. The virtual event, titled "Expand Your Horizons: A Conversation with Karamo," will be held Saturday, March 27 at 7 pm.
Brown is an American television host, reality television personality, author, actor, and activist. He began his career in 2004 on the MTV reality show The Real World: Philadelphia becoming the first openly gay black man cast on a reality show. Most recently, Brown was known for his role on 'Queer Eye.'
Brown draws from his work as a social worker to show how he both discovered and learned to explore his many different “identities.” Whether as a black man, openly gay man, a son of immigrant parents, a Christian, a single father, or former social worker; Karamo strategically utilizes the strengths of his numerous identities to achieve success – and teaches others to do the same.
Shaun Travers, campus diversity officer and director of the UC San Diego LGBT Resource Center, will moderate the forum.
Those who wish to submit a question for Karamo can do so here.
Admission is free for UC San Diego students and staff, and tickets are available for purchase by the general public. Click here for tickets.