“Mentoring the 100 Way Across a Lifetime” ®

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Officers

Harold Julius A. Oglesby

Harold Julius A. Oglesby

President

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Harold Julius A. Oglesby is a native of Savannah and a veteran of the U.S. Navy having served as a decorated Hospital Corpsman. He attended public schools and graduated from Savannah High School in 1981. He graduated from Armstrong State College with an A.S. in Respiratory Therapy, then went on to obtained a B.S. in Pulmonary Science as well as a Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) with a concentration in Health Care Administration from South University. Mr. Oglesby serves as the Manager of the Center of Pulmonary Health at Candler Hospital part of the St. Joseph’s/Candler Health System.
Currently, Mr. Oglesby serves as President of the 100 Black Men of Savannah. He is Leader of youth services at St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church. He is the married father of four wonderful children and has three grandsons.

Anthony Maben Jr.

Anthony Maben Jr.

Vice President

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Anthony is a native of Portsmouth, VA and a decorated 22-year veteran of the U.S. Army. Anthony relocated to Savannah in 2009 and earned his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (B.S.B.A.) Degree with a Concentration in Finance and a Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) with a Concentration in Public Administration from Columbia Southern University.
Anthony has been married to his beautiful wife Twana, for over 20 years and have three beautiful children.
Anthony is an activist in the community, and is committed to improving the education and economic inequality in our communities of color.

Charlton B. Jefferson

Charlton B. Jefferson

Secretary

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Charlton Bradford Jefferson or Brad, was born in Ridgeville South Carolina in 1975 to Harold and Verbenia Jefferson.  He attended Clay Hill elementary and Harleyville-Ridgeville High Schools. After graduating in the summer of 1993, Brad left Ridgeville and enlisted in the United States Army. Brad Jefferson completed Basic Combat Training at Fort Jackson South Carolina and started a wonderful career in the Army that spanned 22 years in which he was stationed all over the world. In 2003 brad was assigned as a Drill Sergeant at Fort Gordon, Georgia. It was there that he met and fell in love with Danielle Eason.  Brad and Danielle married in 2007 and they share a beautiful daughter, Nicole.  After being diagnosed with throat cancer, he was forced to retire from the Army in December 2015.  Shortly after retiring, Brad settled down in Savannah Ga where he joined the 100 Black Men of Savannah Organization.  Brad began teaching at Windsor Forest High School in Savannah as a JROTC instructor in July 2016. He continues to be an active member of the 100 Black Men of Savannah and a JROTC Instructor at Windsor Forest High School. Brad has authored two books and he plans on writing a few more books in the near future.

Edward B. Jolley Jr., CPA, MBA

Edward B. Jolley Jr., CPA, MBA

Treasurer

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Edward B. Jolley Jr., CPA, MBA  is the treasurer of the 100 Black Men of Savannah and serves as Vice President for Business and Financial Affairs at Savannah State University. Responsible for the stewardship and enhancement of the University's human, financial and physical resources while providing a safe and secure environment for faculty, staff and students to work and attend classes.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         

Doctoral studies at the University of Maryland and Eastern Shore; MBA from Regis University; and a BS in Accounting from Morgan State University.

Community engagement consist of: Treasurer for 100 Black Men of Savannah; Chairman of the Board of Directors for the First Tee of Savannah; and Treasurer for the King-Tisdel Cottage Foundation, Inc.

Married to Tammy Jolley and we have three daughters and a son.

Charles Golphin

Charles Golphin

Membership Secretary

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Charles Golphin, retired in 2014 after 33 years as a Public Administrator, for Miami Dade County. Charles served in the US Army, as a Pharmacy Technician from 1974-77. Charles received his BA from Clark Atlanta University, and his MPA from Florida State University. Charles serves as a board member for the Live Oak Public Library, Board member for the Equalization of Savannah, board member and former president of Sunshine Sloper Ski Club, and board member of the Savannah Speech and Hearing-Volunteer board. Charles is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, and Connexion Church member-Savannah. Charles joined the Savannah 100 in 2015 and currently serves as the membership secretary. Mr. Golphin was Inducted into the 100 Black Men of South Florida, Miami, Florida in 1991. Charles has continuous active membership with the 100 and served as the Chapter Secretary for six years, as well as Committee Chairperson for the Christmas Shopping Spree/Thanksgiving Food Drive.

Stephen E. Murphy

Stephen E. Murphy

Parliamentarian

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Stephen E. Murphy is the Parliamentarian of the Savannah 100, chairs our Mentoring Committee and has been a member since 2011. A native of New York City, Steve is a decorated 17-year veteran of the U.S. Army and, after relocating to Savannah in 1986, served in the Savannah Chatham County Metropolitan Police Department (SCCMPD) with distinction.  Following his retirement from the SCCMPD, he earned his bachelor’s degree BS in Criminal Justice (Special Populations) from American Intercontinental University and is currently pursuing his Master’s degree in Clinical and Counseling Psychology from Capella University. 

Torian Jackson-Mackey

Torian Jackson-Mackey

Executive Director

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Torian Jackson-Mackey has served as the executive director, since 2015. She works at Campbell HRS Human Resources Solutions, a local private Human Resources consulting firm as Payroll Administrator

Dr. Leroy Zke Zimmerman

Dr. Leroy Zke Zimmerman

Immediate Past President

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Dr. LeRoy Zke Zimmerman was born in Cameron, South Carolina, on 12 September 1945. He attended public schools and graduated from Wilkinson High School in 1962. He graduated from South Carolina State College in 1966 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mathematics. In 1974, he received a Master's Degree in Industrial Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology. In 1996, Zimmerman received the Education Specialist Degree from the George Washington University.  And in 2005, he received his doctoral degree in education, also from the George Washington University.
In 1966, he entered active duty with the United States Army as a Second Lieutenant. He served in the military for 27 years and retired in 1993 at the rank of Colonel.  During his time in the military, Zke commanded 4 companies, a battalion and a brigade.  While in Vietnam, Zimmerman was awarded the Purple Heart for wounds received in combat. 

In 1993, Dr. Zimmerman taught at Denbigh High School, Newport News, Virginia, for 1½ years before becoming an assistant principal at Woodside High School in the same city.  Zimmerman remained in that position until 2003 when he moved to Savannah and became the Assistant Principal at Herschel V. Jenkins High School.  He retired from Savannah Chatham County Public Schools in 2014.

During his 21 years in education, Zimmerman established 3 major programs to provide students additional assistance in preparing for college.  In 1996 he started MEGAGENESIS – a program designed to enlighten students and parents about College and Career opportunities.  To date, over 24,000 students and parents have been served by this program.  In 1997, he initiated the “Fatherhood Program”.  This program is designed to prepare young men to be successful - professionally and in the family.  Over 1200 young men have participated in the “Fatherhood Program”.  In 2013, Zimmerman initiated the “School Mentoring Program” – establishing mentoring programs in the elementary, middle and high schools in Savannah. 
Currently, Zke serves as Immediate Past President of the 100 Black Men of Savannah.  He is the Moderator of his church and he teaches Sunday School.  He is a member of Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity, Inc., Gideons International and Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.  Zke serves on the Savannah Chief of Police Advisory Council, the Coastal Empire United Way Board, the 21st Century Community Learning Program of Savannah Board, and the Coastal Empire Boy Scouts of America Board.

Zimmerman and his wife (Alice) have been married for 46 years and have one biological child, Rodney who is a graduate of UCLA and former professional basketball player. They are also parents to 25 other children.  Their granddaughter, Jada, is 7.  They have acquired 7 children since moving to Savannah in 2003.  Among their 26 children, one is a graduate of the United States Air Force Academy; one is a counselor at a women’s college in New York; one has a PhD in English Literature and is an associate professor at Norfolk State University; one is a graduate of Duke University; and one received her PhD at Virginia Tech in Operations Research. It is Zimmerman’s philosophy that every student can go to college. The art is to match the student with the college that best fits her or him..