Executive Director - Soul Programs Donald is the Founder and Executive Director of SOUL. He holds a B.S. from University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and a M.A. from American University. He completed his Executive Education in Innovation Management at the University of Maryland, College Park. He completed a Nonprofit Management program at Northwestern University via the Allstate Foundation. In 2019, he was selected by Ashoka and American Express as a Emerging Innovator. In 2020, he completed the Nonprofit Executive Management Program at Georgetown University.
Annapolis & Anne Arundel County Scholarship Trust Reggie is an internationally known youth advocate, speaker, trainer, and consultant. He specializes in program development, fundraising, and governance. He has worked with a wide range of clients on non-profit initiatives; namely, Gourdonston International School in Scotland, Foreign Affairs Office at the U.S. Department of State, The Within Reach Project, The University of the Virgin Island and U.S. Embassy in Jamaica. He has served on numerous boards, including the Maryland Governor's Juvenile Task force and Planning Review Council. Reggie began his professional career working as a juvenile probation counselor. His 40-year career as a strategic and innovative leader in the non-profit youth development sectors. It was here that he specialized in developing the total child in the 5 core areas of child development: sports and life skills, character development, health and life skills, personal education, and arts & culture. Highlighting his career successes include: Spearheading a $30 million campaign to build a facility for seniors and youth in Annapolis. Training extensively in governance, and program and community development. He was recognized by the Inside Annapolis Magazine, where he was featured as a cover story of Incredible Philanthropists Who Make a Difference. Reggie’s Awards include: 2013 Philanthropy issue for incredible Philanthropist Who Make a Difference award; 2011 Governor's Award on Leadership; “The What’s Up Magazine” Best CEO award in 2007; 2006 Kiwanis Club Citizen of the Year; 2004 Community Trustee Award for commitment to the community and exemplary service; 2005 BGCA Organizational Trustee Award." An executive level leader, Reggie is co-founder & the current CEO of the Annapolis & Anne Arundel County Scholarship Trust providing mentoring, career networking and consulting services and scholarships to low-income and often, first-in-family college students. Reggie also held the positions of CEO for Concerned Black Men of America, and CEO of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Annapolis & Anne Arundel County. Lastly, Reggie leads The RLlewellyn Broddie Group, offering non-profit management expertise to maximize the effectiveness of large, midsize, and small non-profit organizations. Reggie has a B.S Degree in Social Work from Bowie State University, and is certified as both a Non Profit Consultant and Executive Leadership Consultant.