CEO / PRESIDENT / DIRECTOR
Mike officiated football for 25 years before entering the National Football League. He started officiating Pop Warner games in 1971. He ran the officiating program in the NFL for 12 years before becoming a rules analyst for Fox Sports NFL and college football telecasts.
SECRETARY / DIRECTOR
Roger’s career was in the insurance business and that is his area of expertise. He is a member of the Scabbard and Blade Honor Society. He is a Vietnam veteran serving on active duty from 1967 to 1969. He served four years in the Army Reserves at the Presidio in San Francisco.
Mike is an attorney in Sacramento. From 2003, Mike has organized a community leadership group that developed baseball facilities for youths and adults with disabilities in the Sacramento area. He just recently spearheaded a campaign to raise $400,00 to resurface the fields. Mike will coordinate fundraising efforts for the organization.
Nate played football at the University of Texas. In 2004, he became a relief worker in Sudan, building camps for refugees of the War in Darfur. He then enlisted in the United States Army, training at Fort Benning, and later was accepted into the Green Berets. He served multiple tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. Nate will help find vets to take advantage of the scholarships offered by the organization.
Barry is the Founder and President of the National Association of Sports Officials. The association has been and continues to be the vanguard of legislative and legal efforts to protect the men and women who officiate sports today. NASO is a 501(c) (3) non-profit corporation. Barry will give overall guidance to the Foundation and will spread the word to his 22,000 association members.
Pete has recently retired after 21 years as the California Interscholastic Federation Sacramento-San Joaquin Section Commissioner. He oversaw high school sports and the officiating associations. He instituted several programs during his tenure including the “Dale Lacky Memorial Scholarship Program” and the “Foundation Games.” Pete will advise on the workings within high school officiating organizations.