Atlanta, GA – September 21, 2020 – As the organization delivered a successful inaugural virtual conference, which educated and empowered youth, collegiate students and adults, the elections for the 2020 Board of Directors also took place. A lot of historical events occurred for the 100 during the conference, including the largest number of nominees to run in the organization’s history. Election activities took place over the entire event, culminating in a virtual election on Saturday, September 21, 2020. All men took an official oath of office virtually and will assume their positions on January 1, 2021.
“Throughout the organization’s history, leadership transitions have been seamless and the work of the 100 has always continued without interruption of services to our youth,” stated Thomas W. Dortch, Jr. Chairman.
The current Board of Directors is pleased to announce the upcoming leadership of 100 Black Men o America, Inc.
Chairman Thomas W. Dortch, Jr.
Vice Chairman Albert E. Dotson, Jr.
Treasurer Milton H. Jones, Jr.
Secretary Dr. Mark Alexander
Atlantic District Representative Charles Walker
Central District Representative Bill Luster
Georgia District Representative Stan Savage
International District Representative Kolarele Sonaike
Midsouth District Representative Michael Victorian
Midwestern District Representative James Duke
Northeastern District Representative Wesley Webb
South Central District Representative Dr. Ed Brown
Southeastern District Representative Charles Griggs
Southern District Representative Rodney Pelt, Sr.
Western District Representative Mark Reed
View the 2020 Election Winners online. 100 Black Men of America, Inc. and chapters across the network will continue to deliver town halls, voter education seminars, conferences, Covid-19 health forums, Collegiate 100 activities, and more virtual events in response to the global pandemic. Visit https://100blackmen.org/events-at-a-glance/ for a list of 100 HQ upcoming events. #100blackmen #LeadingWithPurpose.