Brian K. Rice is a mechanical engineer, business development manager, author, and real estate developer.
Rice earned his bachelor of science in mechanical engineering at Alabama A&M University, and was captain of the Bulldogs baseball team. He began his career as a construction manager for the Defense Department in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. He left that job to work as a business development manager for manufacturing companies and has worked from Charlotte, North Carolina and Houston, Texas.
Rice is also active in civic efforts. He has participated in Big Brothers Big Sisters, has been a long-time member of the Urban League, and chairs the board for the Birmingham YMCA Youth Center.
- Rice, Brian K. (2023) Inclusive Systemic Economic Injustice: Corruption, Exclusion & Oppression in My Hometown: How White and Black Public Officials Injure Black Communities, Today. self-published ISBN 9798862814521
- Perry, Andre (May 13, 2020) "This Is How Hard It Is to Invest in Black Neighborhoods" Bloomberg CityLab, excerpted from Andre M. Perry (2020) Know Your Price: Valuing Black Lives and Property in America’s Black Cities. Brookings Institution Press ISBN 9780815737278
- Davidovic, Ivana (July 26, 2020) "The frustration of trying to invest in my hometown." BBC News
- Brian Rice website