Dorian Bohler is a scientist, educator, and leader with many talents that make him a contributor to the Black Male Achievement field. As a native of Detroiter, Dorian spent the majority of his adolescence participating in programs aimed at leveling the playing field for young men of color. These experiences awarded him the opportunity to thrive in competitive academic environments on a year-round basis, gain early exposure scientific research, and complete several college courses while as a high school student. Bohler went on to graduate from the Dual Degree Engineering Program at Morehouse College and the Georgia Institute of Technology where he earned Bachelor's Degrees Physics and Mechanical Engineering. After a brief stent in industry, he went on to earn a Master's Degree in Physics at Wayne State University.

Dorian currently serves as a Physicist at the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory which is operated by Stanford University for the United States Department of Energy. He uses his technical expertise in data analysis, project management, and software development to provide technical training and career opportunities to underrepresented groups. Naturally, he credits much of his professional success to his strong foundation and early exposure to STEM. He is a passionate advocate for many of the types of programs that impacted his youth and currently serves as President of Kappa Alpha Psi Community Projects in Oakland, CA. Dorian has received many accolades for his ability to set the strategic direction for fundraising efforts which support the organization’s youth leadership and scholarship programs.