Board of Directors









Al Leiter  

A six time Emmy Award nominee in the Outstanding Sports Personality – Studio Analyst category, Al appears all across MLB Network’s programming including MLB Tonight, special event coverage, and the Spring Training series 30 Clubs in 30 Days.  In addition to his 10 years at MLB Network, he worked as a game analyst for the NY Yankees on the YES Network from 2006-2018. 

New Jersey Hall of Fame Inductee 2017

During his 19 year major league career, Leiter was a 2 time All-Star, 3 time World Series Champion, and the first pitcher to beat all 30 MLB teams.  He threw the 1st no-hitter in Marlins history (1996) and finished his career with a 162-132 record.  Highly respected for his strong personal character and off-the-field work, he was the recipient of MLB’s Branch Rickey (1999) and Roberto Clemente Awards (2000) recognizing his community service and philanthropic efforts.  

Michael Sot

US Area Director for Atricure, a leading provider of innovative technologies for thetreatment of Atrial Fibrillation and related conditions. BS in Marketing from St Peters University. Proud father of 5 including 2019 Ken Frank Character Award recipient Mat, and son Michael, a TCNJ student whose life was tragically cut short in 2018 by a drunk driver while volunteering as a designated driver. 

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King Randall  

Founder of 'The X For Boys' in Albany, Georgia, this dynamic young man works tirelessly to serve the at-risk, young black men that comprise his organization.  This is achieved through a variety of workshops and programs including automotive repair, home improvements, and cooking.  Additionally, by virtue of a weekly book club to improve literacy skills, teaching important life-skills, and having a mindset of self-reliance, all aspects of personal development are focused on.  His LEADERSHIP, ACTS OF KINDNESS, and desire to SERVE are evidenced in many parts of his community.  He assists in feeding children weekly whose only other meal may be at school and, was the impetus behind a new wave of men's 'Mental Health Awareness' in the city by rebirthing the iconic "I Am A Man" march from the 1960's.  Prior to graduating high school King graduated with a degree in Culinary Arts.  In 2016, he became the first black student to receive the Georgia Resturant Association Student of the Year Award.