Albert Kum Brown is a proud old student of Ghana National College in Cape Coast. He proceeded to the University of Cape Coast where he had his Doctor of Optometry degree in 2012.
He has dedicated his career to community work mostly to the underserved and communities which lack complete access to basic eye and optometric care. After his internship at the Efia Nkwanta Regional Hospital in August 2013, his desire to take eye/optometric care to the underserved has seen him work mostly in rural/semi urban areas of Ghana. He has worked at Twifo Praso in the Central Region of Ghana and Bogoso in the Western Region of Ghana where he organized periodic community eye care outreaches for the rural folks before he moved to Bolgatanga in September 2015 and he continues to provide eye care for communities mostly partnering churches for eye outreach programs in mostly rural parts of the Upper East Region of Ghana. He has already had a single eye care mission to Zabré and Gomboussougou in neighboring Burkina Faso with the Catholic Church CBR program in Zabré, Burkina Faso.
He hopes to spend his active years as an optometrist serving humanity regardless of location and making significant impact in the lives of the people who matter most.