Harry Kemp

Contributing Faculty
College of Management and Human Potential
B.S. Business Administration (BSBA)

Dr. Harry Kemp is a Walden University professor and SCORE mentor with extensive expertise in business management. As a former firefighter and author of "How Small Businesses Survived Natural Disasters in Northeastern Florida," Dr. Kemp has valuable insight into disaster management and preparedness for small businesses. He has also been recognized as a Frank Dilley Award winner for his significant contributions to Walden University's mission.
Dr. Kemp is an accredited Financial Analyst (AFA) designation from the Global Academy of Finance and Management (GAFM), Dr. Kemp brings specialized knowledge and expertise in financial analysis to his work as a professor and mentor. His multifaceted background and experience as a SCORE mentor make him a valuable resource for entrepreneurs and small business owners seeking to grow and overcome challenges. Dr. Kemp's dedication to education, research, and professional development make him a distinguished professional in his field.


DBA, Walden University

MBA, Jacksonville University

BS, Edward Waters University

AS, Florida State College at Jacksonville

AA, Florida State College at Jacksonville


Kemp, H. A. (2019). The Survival of Small Businesses in Northeastern Florida After A Natural Disaster . Newport Restoration Foundation (NRF)