The National Organization of the 100 Black Men of America, Inc., strives to encourage and empower the African American community to become financially literate and economically self-sufficient through the development and facilitation of programmatic initiatives that address the educational, technical and fiscal needs of our children, youth and those of the larger community.
100BMOC Board &
45 Tesla, Irvine CA
Economic Development - Byron G. Mobley, Sr.
Education - Mark Reed (Interim)
Health & Wellness - Douglas Barry
Membership - Tony Faulkner
Mentoring - Al Brown
Technology - Patrick B. Miles, Sr.