Executive Board

Dadrian Campbell
National President

I am Dadrian Campbell from Miami, FL and a 2008 Inductee of Progressive Black Men at Florida State University. While as an undergraduate member of PBM, I served as Chapter President, Service Trip Coordinator, Internal Affairs Chair and Fundraising Director. I received a Bahaclors of Science in Information Technology from Florida State University. Currently, I am a Senior Associate at KPMG, LLC specializing in Information Protection practice assisting global organizations transform their security, privacy, and continuity controls into business-enabling platforms while maintaining the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of critical business functions. I currently reside in Atlanta, GA with my wife, Ruby and daughter, Laila.


Torrey A. Evans
1st National Vice President

I am Abrium Torrey Evans from Tampa, Florida and a 2005 Inductee of Progressive Black Men (PBM) at Florida A&M University. While an undergraduate member of PBM, I served as the Director of membership three times, as well as serving the chapter as vice president. I received my Bachelors of science in Molecular & Cellular Biology from Florida A&M University in the fall of 2008. Currently, I work for the Florida department of health within the bureau of epidemiology.


Carlos Mahaffey, PharmD, MPH
2nd National Vice-President

I am Carlos Mahaffey, PharmD, MPH, from Columbus, Georgia and a 2005 Inductee of Progressive Black Men (PBM) at Florida A&M University. While an undergraduate member of PBM, I served as a part of the membership committee three years consecutively and served on the planning committee to create staple programs that are very much apart of PBM and it’s essence on the campus Florida A&M University today such as the annual Red Light, Green Light relationship seminar.I received my Doctor of Pharmacy from Florida A&M University in the spring of 2009 and my Master of Public Health from Morehouse School of Medicine in 2011. Currently, I am the Director of Prison Health and Reentry Support at Community Voices: Healthcare for the Underserved, a non-profit organization located with Morehouse School of Medicine.


Malcolm Marshall
National Secretary

Malcolm Marshall joined Progressive Black Men, Inc at Florida A&M in April 2005. Malcolm graduated from FAMU with a B.A. in Spanish and MBA in 2008. He is a McDonald’s Owner-Operator in Auburn, AL. He also has a passion for community service and enjoys the sports of college football and boxing. Malcolm is married to Dr. Stephanie Taylor Marshall.


Rance C. Rutherford
National Treasurer

Rance C. Rutherford is from Tampa, Florida and a 2011 inductee of Progressive Black Men Inc. (PBM) at Florida A&M University (FAMU). While an undergraduate member of PBM, he served as the treasurer for two consecutive terms and hosted multiple events and community service projects. He has interned with multiple companies throughout his duration at FAMU including United Technologies Corporation, General Electric, and Fifth Third Bank. He is still a current student at Florida A&M University and will be graduating in December 2014 with a Bachelors of Science degree in Accounting.


Shayeon Hawkins
National Parliamentarian

I am Shayeon Hawkins from Miami, FL and a 2009 Inductee of Progressive Black Men at Florida State University. As an undergraduate member of Progressive Black Men, I had the pleasure of serving as the Chapter’s Treasurer (2010- 2011), Director of Internal Affairs (2011- 2012), Membership Committee (2010-2012) and National Associate Director of Membership (2012-2013). I received my Bachelors of Science in Statistics in 2012 and shortly after that joined the National Council as the Associate Director of Membership. Currently I am the Communications Coordinator at MarketSource, a a premier provider of integrated sales & marketing solutions to Fortune 500 companies located in Alpharetta, GA.

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