Edd J. Hayes
President/Executive Director

Founder/Publisher, Black College Sports Reports, Black College Sports History & Legends. Co-founder, Black Sports World magazine and Sunday Morning News. Created Black College Sports Foundation. Tournament Director, the John B. McLendon, Jr. Invitational Basketball Classic, Atlantic City, NJ. Hosted The Black College Sports Show. 
Resides in Jonesboro, GA.

Dr. Charley B. Flint
Education Director

Dr. Flint is a retired Professor, Sociology at William Paterson University. She taught  Criminology, Sociology of Corrections, Senior Seminar in Criminal Justice, Internship in Criminal Justice, Gender, Crime and Society and served as Criminal Justice Coordinator. B.S., North Carolina A&T State University, M.A./ Ph.D, Rutgers University.
Resides in Graham, NC.

Whitfield Jenkins

Past President, Marion Branch, NAACP; Commissioner, Chairman – Ocala Housing Authority. Played for legendary head football coach Jake Gaither on the Rattlers  championship teams of the 1960’s. Past President, National FAMU Rattler “F” Club, Inc. B.A, Florida A&M University.
Resides  in Ocala, FL.

Kenneth A. Free, Sr

He was the first first full-time Commissioner of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference in 1978. Former member-NCAA Div. I Basketball Committee and NCAA Executive Committee. Ex-EIAC commissioner. Former Negro League Baseball player and NCAA Referee.
B.A., NC A&T University.
Resides in Greensboro, NC.

Maurice L. Wilson

Founder, Financial Planner and Investment Manager, Wilson Wealth. Former engineer with Chrysler Motors and Delta Airlines. Member of the Benedict Tigers track team. B.A., Physics and Engineering, Benedict College. M.A., Mechanical Engineering, Tennessee State University.
Resides in Charlotte, NC.

About Us

Black College Sports & Education Foundation – the gateway to
unlimited access to Historically
Black Colleges and Universities.
We offer a  free Comprehensive Preparatory Assistance Program .

Our Mission

Provide a seamless transition for prospective students and athletes who wish to attend an HBCU. 
Support the preservation of HBCUs through promotion and recruitment.

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