Collen Plummer

Title: Author
Location: Jeffersonville, Pennsylvania, United States

Collen Plummer, Author, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Artists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in memoir composition.

As a star athlete in high school, Mr. Plummer competed in track and field, football and basketball, and with his brother, he earned 12 national records when they were on the same high school track and field relay team. Jesse Owens, the great 1936 Olympic champion, gave them their medals at the Spectrum in Philadelphia when they broke a national record in 1973. As a lab technician and extruder specialist with Johnson & Johnson, he earned two patents. Galvanized by the murder of George Floyd in 2020, he published a memoir, “No, My Brother, I Am My Brother,” a moving and eye-opening autobiographical account of the prejudice faced by the author during his entire life as a Black man which was written to help young Black children growing up in a racist society. Mr. Plummer has proudly accrued two patents with Johnson & Johnson since the 1980s that aid in saving thousands of lives every day.

After obtaining a Bachelor of Science in marketing from Temple University in Philadelphia, Mr. Plummer prospered with Johnson & Johnson from 1974 to 1985 and with Campbell Soup beginning in 1991. He was an outside sales representative and project manager with Sears Holdings Corporation from 2007 to 2011 and as a sales and project manager with water treatment company Culligan International from 2011 to the present. He attributes his success to the love and example of his parents.

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