Bill Luster

Bill Luster is President Emeritus of The 100 Black Men of Metropolitan St. Louis. He completed a 30 year career with Kimberly-Clark Corporation where held roles in Marketing, Sales, Product Management, Sales Management, and Recruiting. While at Kimberly-Clark he was recognized for both regional and national sales accomplishments. He is currently a Financial Advisor at…

Ken “Muskie” Harris

The following are highlights of achievements of Muskie Harris, a fourth generation Little Rockian and a young man who has worked in the community and given additional manpower to many causes and organizations. Four year letterman in football at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. The first young Black man to attend U of A from…

James Mason

Qualifications Summary Skilled and dedicated Executive with more than 25 years experience in marketing, sales management, fundraising, community involvement and leadership. • Demonstrated capacity building, sales and leadership skills. Founding treasurer of the 100 Black Men of Omaha in 1995. Served as President, Membership Chair, African American History Challenge Chair and Gala Chair. Served as…