Organizational Leadership

“Parliaments are in all cases to declare what is good for the whole; but it is not the declaration of parliament that makes it so.”

The senior leaders of the organization are members appointed to their position with the knowledge, understanding and experience that is needed to promote and strengthen the organization by establishing and setting a standard of Integrity, Fairness, proficiency and professionalism.

National Leadership

National President

The National President serves as the Chief Executive Officer and has overall responsibility for creating, planning, implementing and integrating the strategic direction of our organization. This includes the organization’s mission, product, goals and needs of operations.

Chris "Frazier" F.

Nate "Bama" P.

National Sergeant-at-Arms

The National Sergeant-at-Arms serves as the Chief Operations Officer and oversees ongoing operations within the organization. This position provides the leadership, management and vision necessary to ensure that the organization has the proper operational controls, administrative and reporting procedures, and people systems in place to effectively grow the organization and to ensure financial strength and operating efficiency.

National Secretary

The National Secretary serves as the Chief Financial Officer and is responsible for the administrative, financial, and risk management of operations within the organization. This also includes the development of financial and operational strategies; with ongoing development and monitoring of control structures designed to preserve organizational assets and reporting.

Synamon "Panda" T.

Chapter Leadership

Jacksonville, NC

President: Ken "Punisher" K.

Virginia Beach, VA

President: Jeremy "Lights" F.

Buffalo, NY

President: Himayet "Taki/Teardrop"

Columbia, SC

President: Charles "Dodge God" B.

Augusta, GA

President: Darrell "Mr. D"

Chattanooga, TN

President: Tyrek "Nike" M.

Island of Guam

President: Keith "Freg" F.

Indianapolis, IN

President: Robert "Mr. New York" N.

Mission and Purpose

An organization is only as effective as its members to meet its intended purpose. It is the duty and responsibility of the leadership to lead, support, and motivate their members to create a sense of unity. At which time, establishing a strong foundation to monitor and guide organizational capabilities, commitment and influence.