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Officers of the Hampton Roads African American Sports Hall of Fame

Chairman: Horace Balmer
Vice Chairman: Larry Bellamy

Larry Bellamy, is a native of Norfolk Virginia and has been a member of the Hampton Roads African-American Sports Hall of Fame sense 1996. Larry was a standout athlete in the https://sportzonabrasil.com.br/futebol-bets Hampton Roads area during the mid 1970. In 1978 he signed a three year contact with the New York Jets of the National Football League as a Defensive Lineman under Head Football Coach Walt Michaels. He is currently employed with the City of Norfolk as Facility Manager with the Department of Neighborhood Preservation and has served in the capacity of Assistant Coordinator of The Office of Drug Awareness, The Mayors Task Force on Drugs and served Six Years as Superintendent of Recreation for the Department of Neighborhood and Leisure Services. Larry has been married to his lovely Wife Teresa for 22 years and they will be celebrating their 23rd anniversary this November. They have a daughter who happens to be (Rottweiler) and goes by the name of Daisy. Larry swears that Teresa has taught Daisy how to hide the TV remote upon his arrival home form work so they can continue to watch the Soaps (Smile). Larry is a member of the Antioch Missionary Baptist Church in Norfolk under the Leadership of Dr. Charles F. McKeller.
President: William Mann
Vice President: E. Quinton Gordon

E. Quinton Gordon, Vice President sportzonabrasil.com.br/futebol-bets of the Hampton Roads African-American Sports Hall of Fame is a consultant to Neighborhood Partners, L.L.C. He has a unique combination of federal government and diverse industry experience. His involvement in community and economic development affairs has led him to work extensively with individuals from diverse socio-economic backgrounds to improve employment, housing, and educational opportunities for young adults. With more than 25 years of management consulting and general management experience, Mr. Gordon has been instrumental in assisting corporations and clients in developing operational strategies, improving operational efficiency, and in initiating and coping with organizational change. As president of his own management consulting firm, Mr. Gordon has advised officers and senior level managers of publicly held and family owned businesses in transition. Mr. Gordon played a leadership role for eight years with two companies as Vice President Operations. In this capacity, he was responsible for day-to-day operations as well as overall direction of corporate planning and organizational development activities. He guided cross functional teams in the on-track achievement of productivity improvement, cost, and profit goals. Mr. Gordon was a charter member of the federal government's Senior Executive Service. At the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, he served as Director, Office of Policy Development and Evaluation and as Director, Office of Housing Operations & Field Monitoring. In the latter capacity, he developed performance standards and management control systems to project and monitor the efficient delivery of housing programs and services. Mr. Gordon earned a master's degree in management science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he was an Alfred P. Sloan Fellow. He also earned a master's degree in sociology at The Catholic University of America and a bachelor's degree in physics at Franklin and Marshall College.
Treasurer: Clara Stanley
Secretary: Glen Mason

Glen Mason, Secretary of the Hampton Roads African-American Sports Hall of Fame, is vice president of new media for the BizTech Group, Inc. in Virginia Beach, VA. Glen has over 20 years experience in sports journalism, public relations, television production and sports marketing. A contributing editor for Southside Magazine, a regional quarterly, he is a former sports writer with the Ledger-Star newspaper (now The Virginian-Pilot). Formerly the sports information director at Norfolk State University, he also served as sports information director and radio promotions director at WRVS 89.9 at Elizabeth City State University and, later, director www.sportzonabrasil.com.br/futebol-bets of public relations for the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association. A professional color analyst and game announcer, Mason has worked in newsprint, radio and television. He wrote, directed and produced the 1985 ACE Award entry "Saving America's Bay," a 45-minute educational documentary on the Chesapeake Bay, a joint venture of Cox Communications and the Virginia Institute of Marine Science. He is a member of the College Sports Information Directors of America and a former member of the United States Basketball Writers Association and Tidewater Fencing Club who specialized in the foil and saber.
Chaplain: George Davis
Compliance Officer: W. Mike Robinson
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