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SCABCD Board and Management Profiles

Board President, Representing Lowndes County, Alabama

The Honorable Charlie King Jr.

Charlie King, Jr. President of the South Central Alabama Broadband Cooperative District’s Board of Directors, serves as a member of the Lowndes County (Alabama) Board of Revenue Commissioners for 32 years, 20 years of which, as the commission chairman.  Under his leadership, the county accomplished several achievements including bringing two tier-one Hyundai American Automotive  Manufacturing supply plants to the area, attracting retail and medical facilities, and the creation of Lowndes County’s first industrial park and the Lowndes County Rural Water and Sewer Authority. He is a long-time member of the Alabama Association of County Commissions including serving as its president for four years. Highly respected by his peers, Charlie King, Jr., has strong professional and personal relationships with the commission chairs of the other counties and their municipalities in the SCABC region as well as state, local, federal, and other regulatory agencies. Charlie King is a successful business professional, the owner of CK Trucking, LLC, and King and Thomas Construction, Inc. of Collerine, Alabama.  Mr. King serves on many boards and commissions as well as serving as the Chairman of his church’s Deacon Board.

1st Vice President, Mayor Gordonville, Alabama

The Honorable Orbuty Ozier

Mrs. Orbuty Ozier is serving her second term as Mayor of Gordonville, AL, a licensed General Contractor by profession. Mayor Ozier received her education from Trenholm Community College and Wayne State University. A staunch community activist, Mayor Ozier serves on numerous boards and committees including the NAACP,  Chairperson, Alabama Democratic Conference, Lowndes County Alabama Chapter. past member of the Lowndes County Political Action Committee, a member of the Lowndes County Industrial Development Board, served as Chair Lowndes County Water Authority. Her employment history includes 7 years with the Internal Revenue Service as a data analyzer. 

2nd Vice President, Wilcox County, AL Commission

The Honorable Rickey Powell

Mr. Rickey Powell, a very successful entrepreneur and small business owner, Mr. Powell serves as a long-term County Commissioner serving the people of Wilcox County since 2001; the owner and general manager of Christian Memorial Funeral Homes, LLC where he manages the day to day operations of four active funeral establishments. Since 1999 Mr. Powell has served as Assistant Wilcox County Coroner.  In addition, Mr. Powell owns and operates a fleet of trucks doing business as Rickey Powell Trucking of Camden, AL. Mr. Powell serves as Chief Technology Officer for the Wilcox County Revenue Commission.

BS, M.Ed., Secretary SCABCD Board of Directors, Former Mayor, Town of Hayneville, AL

The Honorable David Daniels,

Mr.  David Daniel, a retired County Cooperative Extension Agent after more than 30 years as an Agri-business Educational Professional. He graduated from Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical (A&M) University with a B.S. Degree in Agri-business Education he received his Masters of Science Degree in Agri-business Education from Tuskegee Institute.  As an educator he has taught in the public school system. In addition, Mr. Daniel worked as a County Extension Agent for the Alabama Cooperative Extension System  retiring as Extension Agent Coordinator.

Daniel has served the Town of Hayneville, AL as Mayor Protempore for over 10 years. A sought after professional Mr. Daniel serves on numerous boards and commissions including the Board of Directors of BanCorpSouth Bank for nearly 20 years. Serves on the Board of Directors for the River Region United Way and the Board of Organized Community Action Programs (OCAP) for three years.  Mr. Daniel was an organizing member of the SCABC.

BS, M.Ed., Treasurer, Macon County, Alabama

The Honorable Louis Maxwell

Mr. Louis Maxwell, Chairman Macon County Revenue Commission serving as the Chief Administrative Officer of county government supervising the daily operations of all facets of county operations. Professional experience includes Field Manager/Certified Water Operator responsible for the daily operation of the public water system insuring compliance with all local state and federal regulations pertaining to public water systems, staff supervision and policy and program development.

Mr. Maxwell is the Chairman of Board of Deacons, serves as Secretary/Treasurer of Board of Directors for the Christian Church/Alabama Northwest FL Region. In addition, Mr. Maxwell is a member and past board president and chairman of supervisory committee with the Tuskegee Federal Credit Union. Member and Vice President of the Macon County Democratic Club, President of Board of Directors of Central Alabama Comprehensive Health, Member and Treasurer of the Board of Directors for Integrated Health Systems of Alabama, Member National Association of the Alabama Association of County Commissioners, Member of the Board of Directors for Macon Council on Mental Retardation and Co-chair of the Sickle Cell Annual Golf Tournament.


The Honorable Aaron D. McCall

Managing Director, Aaron McCall has extensive experience in the initiation, development, and administration of various state and federal programs.  Recognized strengths are human relations, systems design/service delivery, and project management. Since February 2010 has gained extensive experience with supervising, planning, developing and coordinating the work of a professional and technical staff of specialists engaged in the design, development, deploying, and managing a community owned privately operated next generation high speed broadband fiber optic regional network in South Central Alabama. A creative and innovative problem solver, who learns quickly, establishes, and develops long-term working relationships.

Dr. McCall is the founder and executive director of Faith in Action Outreach Ministries, a faith‐based community development corporation which originates and implements programs to increase opportunities for successful life outcomes for residents of Lowndes County and West Alabama’s Black Belt region. He has served as executive director of community organizations where he made application for and obtained the initial funding for programs as diverse as assistance referrals and management of a home weatherization program for the elderly. He planned and supervised all aspects of their administration including personnel, budgets, and policies and procedures.

Dr. Aaron McCall is senior pastor of First Baptist Church in Hayneville, AL. An active community organizer, he serves on the Governor’s Black Belt Action Commission as the vice chair of its Community Development Committee, chairs the Adult Education Committee for the Region 7 Workforce Development Council, and served on the state’s Youth Employment Task Force. He served as liaison to the Lowndes County Commission where he consulted on issues of economic development and industry recruitment ventures.

The Honorable James Perkins Selma

James Perkins Jr. was elected mayor of Selma, Alabama first in 2000 and served through 2008. He is the first African-American to be elected mayor of historic Selma. In 2020, the citizens of Selma re-elected Perkins to serve as mayor.
Perkins is a native of Selma and product of the Selma City School System. He earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mathematics from Alabama A & M University and completed numerous graduate courses in the Master of Business Administration program at Auburn University at Montgomery. Perkins is a graduate of Leadership Birmingham, Leadership Selma, and Leadership Alabama.
Perkins’ leadership is noteworthy and highly valued locally, nationally and internationally by his peers. The Alabama Conference of Black Mayors elected Perkins to serve as president during their 2022 annual meeting. During Perkins previous term as mayor, his peers elected him to serve as: 1) President of the National Conference of Black Mayors, a national organization representing over 650 African American Mayors across the United States; 2) Director on the National League of Cities Board, a national organization representing cities and towns across the nation in Washington DC; and 3) Vice President for Trade of the World Conference of Mayors., an international organization collaborating with mayors in Caribbean and Africa. His accomplishments and awards are numerous and he is sought after to speak on a broad range of political, social, and faith-based issues.
People who really know Perkins describes him as a “prayerful, passionate, persistent, and practical man who truly cares about people; a no non-sense guy who is about solving problems.”                
James Perkins, Jr. speaks of his accomplishments by saying, “For all successes, accolades, and advancements, I say, ’To God be the Glory.’  My daily goals are to put God first and just treat people right.  This is who I am and this is how I try to live my life.” 

The Honorable Harold Bell, Sr.

I, Harold Bell, Sr., am a retired Lowndes County Public School teacher, the 1st Mosses Police Chief and a former Mosses Council Member. 
Currently, I am the proud and humble Mayor of Mosses. Along with the Mosses‘ Town Council Members, we will continue to work hard at accomplishing goals to meet the needs of the citizens of Mosses.
As long as we continue to pray and put God first, everything is possible in bettering our communities.

Mayor Bell.

The Honorable Michael Gordon

I am Mayor Micheal Gordon, a native of Wilcox County. I grew up in a rural community, Snow Hill, AL. I am a graduate of W.J. Jones High School located in Pine Apple AL, I received a B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from Alabama A&M University. After graduating from Alabama A&M University, I was employed with Pioneer Electric, REA as the Engineer for Greenville, AL and Selma, AL office. I maintained the Power Station with over 2,100 miles of power lines. I obtained many certifications from Purdue University and National Rural Electrification Association with over 20 years of serving the small rural communities. After moving to a new location, my career furthered to Smartfit Stone Container for 14 years located in Hope Hull, AL. Currently, I am serving as District Director for Alabama Volunteer Fire Department and President of Wilcox County Association (VFD). I served on many boards such as Wilcox 911, Chamber Commerce, and Wilcox County Development Authority (WICDA). I am a business owner of a trucking company and I assist in operating the family farms which consist of rasing beef cattle and baling hay. I am the father of three children and seven grandchildren. I am the Mayor of Yellow Bluff, AL and my goal is to serve my town to bring changes to improve my citizen lives.


The Honorable Jacqulyn
D. Boone

Jacqulyn Davison-Boone was born in Fort Deposit Alabama on May 16, 1974. Her mother was named Rosie Davison, and she has a large family of four sisters and two bonus sisters and a bonus brother. She is married to Michael Boone, and they have three amazing children; JaMicheal Boone, Destiny Wilson, and Lawanda Chambers. She graduated from Calhoun High
School in Letohatchee, Alabama in 1992 and Alabama State University in 2005 with a Bachelors in Collaborative Education. She remained at Alabama State University and received her Master’s in Collaborative Education as well.


During leisure time, Jacqulyn loves singing, shopping, and couponing. Serving God is such a great part of her life! She is a member of Greater New Faith Baptist Church, Fort Deposit, Alabama, where serving as the clerk, assistant youth department advisor, and being a part of the praise and worship team are her favorite things to do. Her favorite scripture is Philippians 2:4. She has succeeded in many great things in life! She is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority,
After graduating and receiving her education, Jacqulyn Davison-Boone became dedicated to inspiring children across Lowndes County. For the past 18 years, Mrs. Boone has been a great educator with the Lowndes County Board of Education, and she continues to teach and love the children of Lowndes County Middle School and inspire them to reach their dreams. She is devoted to Lowndes Middle School, where she serves in several departments.

Jacqulyn has also devoted her life to politics, justice, and serving others. She is the youngest female elected to serve on the city council for four terms. During her time, she served as the Liaison for the Fort Deposit Police Department, Park and Recreation Board, Library Board, Airport Board, and the Mayor Pro-Tem. Currently, she serves on the Southeast Alabama Gas District, Lowndes County Economic Development Commission, South Central Alabama Development Commission, South Central Alabama Transportation Steering Committee, The Alabama Black Mayors Association where she served as the secretary and is currently the Vice President.

With making history in Fort Deposit, Alabama, Jacqulyn Boone was the first female mayor elected as of August 25, 2020, to serve in her community and bring about change. Her motto for
life states that “Change today for a better tomorrow.” While believing these words, she is never afraid of doing the impossible!

Mayor of Oak Hill, Alabama

The Honorable F David Fuller

Mayor F. David Fuller has served as the Chief Executive of the smallest Alabama municipality for 35 years serving his 8th term of office. He attended Auburn University, and graduated from Southern Institute in 1965 with a degree in electrical engineering. His most cherished accomplishments include time spent working with NASA and Boeing Space Launch System where he worked on NASA’s moon program

Mayor White Hall Alabama

The Honorable Delmontre Bethel

Mayor Bethel is serving his first term as mayor of rural White Hall Alabama, population 734. A native son of Lowndes County. 2010 Graduated of Central High School in Hayneville, AL. Received an APOST certification from the Alabama Department of Corrections where he served 8 years as a Correctional Sergeant. In 2016, he was elected to the White Hall City Council Person and held that position until being elected mayor in 2020, the youngest mayor to serve the Town of White Hall.

Professional affiliations include the Alabama League of Municipalities, Alabama Conference of Black Mayors, Lowndes County Economic Development Commission, Lowndes County Democratic Committee, South Central Economic Development Commission, and South Central Alabama Broadband Cooperative District Board of Directors.

Mayor of Tuskegee, Alabama

The Honorable Lawrence "Tony" Haygood

Mayor Haygood received his undergraduate degree at Rhodes College with a major in Political Science and a minor concentration in Economics. He received a MBA Degree from Auburn University Montgomery with additional studies in Management Science as Krannert School of Management at Purdue University and The Georgia Institute of Technology. In the summer of 2011, Haygood completed the Intensive Economic Development Training Course at Auburn University. Mr. Haygood has also served as Economic/Business Development Specialist at the Tuskegee-Macon County Community Development Corporation (TMCDC).

In that capacity, he has been working closely with the Tuskegee University Cooperative Extension Program (TUCEP) and as a member of the Booker T. Washington Economic Summit Planning Committee. He has worked with the TMCDC staff to promote business development in the country, support improvement of entrance corridors, perform housing rehabilitation, conduct entrepreneurial training, and manage a a community revolving loan fund. As a grant writer, he worked with TUCEP and TMCDC staff to acquire substantial grant funding for community programs. In addition to being member of the Housing & Urban Development (HUD), Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU), and Community Development Action Coalition (CDAC) national boards, Haygood is also a current member and past president of Alpha Nu Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. He previously served as President of Southern Community College, Chairman of the Tuskegee Area Health Education Center, as well as past State Vice-President for Alabama New South Coalition. Haygood was selected as Alabama Tree Farmer of the Year in 1998 and received the Tuskegee University Merit Farm Family Award in 2005 at the 113th Annual Farmer’s Conference.

The Honorable Connel Towns, Sr.

Dallas County Commissioner District #1 has represented the district for over 20 years. In addition, Mr. Towns is employed by the Dallas County Department of Education as a CNP worker.

Mr. Towns has been married to his adoring bride, Mrs. Loretta Towns, for 38 years. They are the parents of two sons, Roderick Boyd and Connel Towns, Jr. They have two loving grandsons,
Zion Stevens and Carter Towns.

Mr. Towns is a proud 1978 graduate of Southside High School in Selma, Alabama and Concordia College where he majored in Elementary Education.

A man of faith Mr. Towns is and active member of the Mt. Olive #1 Missionary Baptist Church where he serves as the Chairman of the Board of Deacons. A community advocate who enjoys working with both seniors and youth alike.