Our mission is to serve as accessible and committed leaders for positive change by developing and implementing responsible solutions to issues facing the African American community. We achieve this by focusing on the following core areas:


All activities of the 100 Black Men of Jacksonville have mentoring components, and selected members are assigned a Mentee.

Health & Wellness

The J100’s health and wellness goals are to raise awareness, provide access to health care and health information that will ultimately promote behavior change resulting in a healthier lifestyle.

Economic Empowerment

The J100 defines economic empowerment as the ability to be self-determined in creating dreams, pursing them and ultimately perpetuating them.


The first chapter of the 100 Black Men of America, Inc. was founded in 1963. The organization was initially a loose association of nine independent groups located in different metropolitan areas. Successful businessmen from a variety of social, educational, and economic sectors came together for a common purpose – to make a difference in the lives of African American youth and their communities. In 1986, these groups joined forces to create a national non-profit federation now known as 100 Black Men of America, Inc.

Since its founding, the “100” has grown to 106 Chapters with approximately 10,000 African American men committed to the organization’s founding mission- to enhance the quality of life in African American communities by improving the educational, economic and social status of African-Americans. The organization now serves more than 125,000 youth annually through its mentoring, training and development programs.

100 Black Men of Jacksonville Florida Inc.

2024 Leadership Team

Ronnie King


Sharif Frink

VP - Operations

Allen Jeffries


Octavious Holliday

Legal Counsel

Open Position

Scholarships & Education

If you would like to join the 100 Black Men of Jacksonville, Inc.
we invite you to apply for membership.