Meet Donald Brown


Donald Brown was born and raised in Elkhart Indiana. After graduating from Elkhart Central High School in 1997 he attended Anderson University for a time and later transferred to Columbus State Community College with a sports scholarship to study marketing. Donald also attended Indiana Tech where he earned an associate degree in criminal justice.       


Donald Brown has always had a strong and natural desire to serve his community and country. In 2004, Donald joined the military in response to the 9/11 terrorist attack. During this time, Donald served in the third Infantry Division as a financial specialist and successfully created the new Standard Operation Procedure Finance. His daily tasks included creating and managing budgets, contracts, mil pay and separations. Donald received combat medals and was honorably medically discharged as a veteran due to combat.  

Currently, Donald is the founder and CEO of Superstar Showcase Entertainment—a promotional business with national and international reach. His passion to make this world a better place led to the development of Spirits of Universal Love (S.O.U.L) INC which provides support and mentorship for parents and youth in low-poverty communities.       

Donald is currently on his third year of serving as the 3rd Vice President of Elkhart County NAACP and also chairs the Criminal Justice Department. He is also the Vice Chair for the City of Goshen Community Relations Commission where he has served for two years. In 2017 he was Co-Chair for the Indiana Poor People’s Campaign. 

During Donald’s spare time, he enjoys studying about civil and human rights and coaching elementary football and basketball. 


Empowerment Equals Growth

 My mission is to listen and advocate for the people of Elkhart County no matter their culture, background and political views. I believe everyone deserves to be heard which is why my goal will be to enhance the quality of life in Elkhart County by committing to improving infrastructures, handicap accessibilities,  speed limits around school bus pickups, budgeting, taxes, empowering local businesses and more. I will do this because I believe that if we can empower the people of Elkhart County, then we can strengthen and grow our economy and relationships.