A noted philanthropist, international lecturer, and university professor, Dr. Rashad Richey holds multiple academic positions across the world, including Professor of Physics and Department Chair of Science, Law, and Philosophy at Paris Graduate School in Paris, France, Professor and Director of Institutional Advancement at Morris Brown College in Atlanta, GA-USA, Director of the Applied Medical Physics Program at OcuPrep Medical Institute, and lecturer in health equity and physics at Morehouse School of Medicine. Dr. Richey has provided keynote speeches and lecture series in social science and science disciplines for some of America’s most prestigious universities, including the University of Michigan, University of West GA, Clark Atlanta University, Mercer University, and Reinhart University, to name a few.
Often saying, “What I know, you know”, Dr. Richey believes that education is not simply for knowledge but should be utilized to help transform communities. He completed doctoral research studies at Clark Atlanta University in Atlanta, Georgia-USA in higher education federal policy reform and holds a Ph.D. from the Business University of Costa Rica, where his research focused on the intersectionality of politics and religion contextualized through international policy norms. He additionally completed studies in Executive Leadership at Cornell University and was accepted into a specialty executive law program in International Financial Transactions at Harvard Law School.
An Emmy-nominated television political analyst and highly respected multimedia figure, Dr. Richey has been appointed by major governmental entities and civic organizations to navigate complex policy issues. He is known for his political expertise and legal knowledge, completing studies at Azteca University earning a Doctor of Law (LLD-ABD) in International Law and a Master of Laws (LL.M) in Human Rights Studies from the University of Renaissance. Dr. Richey holds a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy & Religion and Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Beulah Heights University located in SE Atlanta, GA and a Bachelor of Science in Applied Psychology from Ecole Superieure Euro-Americaine.
Wanting to understand more about the functionality of the human brain, Dr. Richey embarked on an intensive journey that included completing executive education in Medical Neuroscience from Duke University and obtaining his Master of Science degree in Neuroscience from the University of Pacific, where his master’s thesis critically analyzed neuronic brain activity and hemispheric harmonization through physics-based processes. His research led him to invent the Bilateral Neuronic Hemispheric Harmonization Brain Entrainment Device (BNHHBE), which received provisional patent status from the United States Patent & and Trademark Office. The BNHHBE utilizes unique quantum dynamics, sound wave frequency technology, vibracoustics, hemispheric biofeedback to increase neuronic activity, and brain plasticity, enhancing cognitive functionality. Early research indicates the device and patented process is also effective at lowering blood pressure, increasing restfulness, and improving circulatory functions. Dr. Richey enhanced his knowledge of quantized and energy-centric neurological modalities through the University of Florida’s Energy Medicine Certification program.
A multidisciplinary scholar, Dr. Richey’s journey into physics did not follow the traditional academic path. After completing 43 full-length courses in physics and physics-related disciplines from 2005 – 2023 through MIT’s Open Course Ware program (non-degree program), Dr. Richey enrolled in a Master of Science program in Applied Physics and Quantum Mechanics at Universidad Empresarial, where he finished his master’s degree in January 2023. His master’s thesis was adapted into a book and quickly became one of the best-selling physics books on the Amazon platform titled, “Ancient Egyptian Mastery of Quantum Physics, Vibratory Frequency, and Geometric Sciences: An Overview of Complex Scientific Applications in Ancient Cultures”, which highlights several of Dr. Richey’s newly proposed physics theories, including the quantum phantasmagoria effect and quantum neuro-mechanics. Dr. Richey’s research interest led him to gain acceptance as a Research Fellow at the Institute for Photonics and Advanced Sensing (IPAS) through the School of Life Information Sciences, an achievement boasted by less than 1% of the scientific community.
As a teenager, Dr. Richey endured the rough streets of Metro-Atlanta, GA, and experienced the rigidness of foster care systems and gangs. Refusing to allow his atmosphere to determine his outcome, Dr. Richey overcame insurmountable odds to become an academic, media, and social leader, who strives to challenge oppressive policies daily. He has received awards and recognitions across America from community organizations, nonprofits, governments, and universities, including lifetime achievement awards from both former U.S. President Barack Obama and current U.S. President Joe Biden, making him likely the only two-time recipient of the prestigious honor.
This President of Rolling Out, and trailblazing scholar with published research in multiple disciplines, Dr. Richey is a member of the National Society of Black Physicists, Philosophy of Physics, American Association of University Professors, Delta Phi Theta Law Fraternity, Piedmont Hospital Board of Directors, the American College of Physical Medicine, The Atlanta Press Club and the Atlanta NAACP.
Dr. Richey recently received the Distinguished Alumni Award from Clark Atlanta University and was inducted into the National Black College Hall of Fame, which includes notable inductees like Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Oprah Winfrey, Ambassador Andrew Young, and US Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall.