Armica Nabaa


Advisory Committee

A native of Detroit, Michigan, Armica is a graduate of Kennesaw State University with a Bachelor of Science | Sports Management degree and a minor in Sports Marketing. She also holds a Master of Science in Education | Sports Administration degree from the University of Miami.


Her professional affiliations include the North American Society of Sports Management, Sports Marketing Association, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated, and the National Association of Realtors.


Her philanthropic affiliations include Founder and President of Transition 360 Foundation Inc., and Executive Director of NBA Power Forward Paul Millsap’s, Paul Millsap Foundation.

Greg Cane


Advisory Committee 

Gregory Crane is an Executive Director and Banker in the Atlanta office of J.P. Morgan Private Bank. Greg guides highly successful individuals and their families in taking a holistic view of their financial lives and devising a comprehensive wealth plan which seeks to build, manage and preserve their assets.


As someone who truly values relationships and does all in his power to help others succeed, Greg starts by investing the time to get to know each individual, understand their short- and long-term priorities, and envision their desired legacy. He brings to bear his nearly 25 years of experience and the global capabilities of J.P. Morgan—investments, estate planning, lending, charitable giving and cash management—to address their sophisticated needs. His caring nature and transparency have made him a sought-after advisor, known for placing clients’ interests at the forefront of everything he does.


Before joining J.P. Morgan, Greg was a Senior Relationship Manager at City National Bank, advising accomplished professionals in the sports and entertainment industry and other high-net-worth individuals. Previously, he was a Private Banker at Wells Fargo, where he was recognized as a trusted advisor who fully leveraged internal partners to help clients achieve their goals. Earlier in his career, he was at Bank of America on the Premier Banking & Investments Team.


Greg earned a B.S. in Business Administration and Finance from Georgia Southern University, where he played football as an NCAA Division 1 athlete.


Long interested in grass-roots efforts that offer support to those who need a helping hand, Greg volunteers with Atlanta Habitat for Humanity, gaining deep satisfaction when providing a deserving family with keys to a home he helped build. He is also actively involved with Feed the Streetz Foundation, which provides homeless individuals with the support they need to lead productive lives.

In his free time, Greg enjoys physical fitness, traveling, reading and, above all, spending time with his adult son and two teenage daughters. His family can often be found enjoying each others’ company or competing on the lacrosse fields and running track.

Charles Dillahunt


Advisory Committee

Charles Dillahunt is the Strategic Adjunct to the Chief Executives for the PGA of America, one of the world's largest sports organizations. In his role, he works closely with the Chief Executive, Commercial, and People Officers to ensure that diversity, equity, and inclusion, as well as the PGA's values-based culture, is embedded throughout the whole association, with particular emphasis on communications and partnership development as they pursue a game, workforce and supply chain that mirror America.

Tasked with developing strategic, diverse, multimedia, workforce development, growth of the game, and supplier inclusion partnerships across multiple areas of difference and abilities, including minority-, women-, LGBT-, Veteran-, and disabled owned businesses, he also works to ensure the success stories of the PGA of America's inclusion efforts are being shared with all audiences through internal and external mediums.
Dillahunt also serves as a Founding Committee Member of the West Palm Golf Community Trust, an organization that is made up of influential Palm Beach County residents, who together give back to the game of golf through the West Palm Golf Park. A newly redesigned, state of the art golf facility that is a beacon of how an inclusive golf course should be built and operated, the Committee was able to raise $50 million dollars in a little over a year to rebuild the facility for all residents of Palm Beach County from 2020 - 2021. Set to open in 2022, Dillahunt works with the city of West Palm Beach and fellow committee members to ensure diverse residents have access to the course, its facilities, jobs and programming.
Dillahunt is an integral part of the golf industry-wide movement, Make Golf Your Thing, which aims to drive more diverse and equitable participation in the game, workforce, and supply chain of golf. Make Golf Your Thing’ is a collaborative effort across the golf industry to ensure the future of golf is open to everyone. This multi-faceted, multi-year movement will work to invite more people to the industry from all backgrounds to enjoy the game of a lifetime – their way. He led the build of the Make Golf Your Thing golf operator toolkit for the marketing committee, downloaded and utilized by over 500 golf companies and grassroots organizations worldwide. The toolkit aims to help golf facility owners embed inclusion at their facilities and in their golf programming. Dillahunt is a Co-Leader of the Marketing Committee for “Make Golf Your Thing“.
In 2021, Dillahunt was selected as a Black Leader Worth Watching by Profiles in Diversity Journal.

Dillahunt holds a B.A. in Philosophy and a Minor in Business from Wabash College in Crawfordsville, Indiana.

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