Oluwaseyi Oseni - Founder
Oluwaseyi Oseni possesses a rare combination of professionalism, an athletic background and a genuine passion for youth. Mr. Oseni was a men’s basketball athletic scholarship recipient at Hampton University from 2006-2010. He excelled both athletically and academically graduating with honors from HU with a Bachelor of Science in Business Management. From there Mr. Oseni received his Master’s degree in Educational Leadership from New York University. Mr. Oseni professional sports experience includes working for the Women’s National Basketball Association’s (WNBA) Seattle Storm in the Community relations department. There he organized numerous community events including their read to achieve reading initiative derived from the NBA. Mr. Oseni also worked as an event coordinator for the elite Boo Williams AAU program, where he implemented strategic marketing strategies to increase community awareness for in house events. Mr. Oseni specializes in directing basketball camps, community relations and educational development.
Adrian Walters - Board Member
Adrian Walters is the assistant basketball coach for Auburn University Women’s Basketball. Coach Walters is a seasoned Basketball Coach with corporate experience; Coach Walters coaching experience includes stints at Georgetown University, Central Connecticut State, University of Southern Cal, and Hampton University. He has a background in fitness training, along with organizing and directing corporate basketball camps and special events. Coach Walters specializes in finance, presentations, and public speaking.
Jamar Gray - Director
Jamar Gray is the head assistant basketball coach for upstate New York’s powerhouse Bishop Kearny High School located in Rochester, New York. Mr. Gray defines the term, “leadership by example.” Mr. Gray is a prominent leader, both on and off the basketball court. He is well respected in the city of Rochester New York, for his high influence in the youth community. As a high school standout; Mr. Gray earned All Greater Rochester (All Conference) three consecutive years. He continued his career as a student athlete at Genesee Community College where he earned his Associates degree followed by Buffalo State University where he studied Health & Wellness.