Quez is a native of Phenix City Alabama, and former “club kid”.  Quez holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Criminal Justice as well as a Master’s of Public Administration degree, both from Jacksonville State University.  His previous career experiences include works with the Georgia Department of Corrections, Jacksonville State University, and the Boys and Girls Clubs of East Central Alabama.  Quez was the 2016 recipient of the Michael Cranford Award presented by the Society of African American Professionals, recognizing him at the preeminent up and coming African American Male in the Boys and Girls Club Movement for the Southeastern United States.  Quez is also a member of the Gadsden Civitan Club and Living Truth Christian Center, where he worships along with his wife and two children.


Keana is a Gadsden native that works diligently for the youth of our community.  Keana has a Bachelor’s of Social Work degree from Jacksonville State University, and she uses her talents and experiences to ensure that our youth are constantly engaged through fun, safe, and effective programming.  As a club parent and active member of the Children’s Policy Council, she has earned statewide recognition for her efforts, and she is truly a rising star within the Boys and Girls Club movement.