Founder and Elected Officers




My name is Ken "Dream Maker" Thomas. I am the founder of the National Association of Buffalo Soldiers andTroopers Motorcycle Club. I am a retired Chicago Police Officer. I am currently the president of the Chicago Buffalo Troopers Motorcycle Club originally the Chicago Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club and the first chapter of the organization.

I currently ride a 2013 Victory Cross Country Tour and 2004 Harley Davidson Road King. Our mission since the clubs inception has been to Ride, Educate, and Give back to our communities. Keep it Soldiers and Troopers everyday brothers and sisters and it's all good.



My name is Glenn "GrayFox" Williams.

I am the President and Chief Operating Officer of Millennium Technologies located in Baltimore, Maryland. I ride a Victory Cross Country Tour and enjoy traveling with my lovely wife KayGee. I am a history buff and one evening while surfing Buffalo Soldier history, I discovered the Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club and became a "Probie" one month later (January 2004). I look forward to meeting more of you as we move forward with our mission of education, camaraderie and community service.


vice president


My name is Nathan "Motown" Mack and I am proud to be apart of the greatest motorcycle club in the world.

I am a retired Sergeant Major of 26 years and I continue to serve my country as a government contractor. I have an MBA and I am currently pursuing my Doctorates. I love sharing the history and accomplishments of the Buffalo Soldiers with others and what makes it even better is riding and socializing with other Soldiers from around the country. I would like to thank everyone for allowing me to serve as your National Secretary. It is our mission to do good things in our community and be positive role models for our youth. I believe in helping tomorrow’s leaders today and today is now!


Hello!! My name is Betty “Boo” Thornton

I am the National Secretary of the NABSTMC and the President of the local chapter, Houston, TX Buffalo Soldiers MC. I have been an active member of this organization since August, 1999.

I ride a 2011 (candy apple) Harley-Street Glide. Prior to my transfer to Houston, I was the President of the Chicago Buffalo Troopers (Mother Chapter) leading seventy-two members while serving as the Great Lakes Frontier Vice Chairperson.

I would describe myself as a positive self-motived person that believes in this organization, and I strive every day to be the best “Buffalo Soldier” I can possibly be.

The great part of the NABSTMC is that our members are from all walks of life and identify with numerous professional occupations. We take pride in living the “Dream”, giving back to our communities and teaching our young one and some old about the history and the legacy of the 9th and 10th Calvary Buffalo Soldiers.”

We all need to remember… “ONE CLUB…ONE PATCH….ONE MINDSET!!!” And as I always say…. “Your continuous support is always greatly appreciated!”

Much Love Betty “Boo” Thornton National Secretary, NABSTMC

Big Dog

My name is James L. Thomas Sr. AKA Big Dog.

I am the Founder and the First President of Eufaula, Alabama Buffalo Soldiers Chapter.

I served and Retired from the United States Army with over 20 years of distinguish service. I am a faithful servant of Zion Baptist Church in Eufaula, Alabama and Prince Hall Masonry of Oklahoma and its Jurisdiction; I am deeply rooted in our community.

I want the Buffalo Soldiers Nation to know how honored I am to serve as Treasure of this prestige organization. This position is a huge responsibility and I do not take it lightly. I hope to assist and provide support through years of “One Club, One Patch, One Mindset” and looking for more ideas that represent that theme.

Appointed Officers

At Arms - East

Hello.  My name is Carl “Jazzman” Little.  I served in California police departments for 29 years retiring as a Deputy Police Chief.  I was in the U.S. Army for three years (1972 – 1975) as a military policeman serving in Thailand.   Upon my release from active duty, I enlisted in the National Guard, retiring as a Command Sergeant Major.  My total military service time is 33 years.

I have been a member of the Clarksville TN chapter since 2009.  I have been riding for over 40 years including my time as a motorcycle officer.  I like to travel the country ‘on twos’.  My current iron horse is a 2013 Harley Ultra Limited.  I am also a proud member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. I enjoy the meeting new people with similar interests of learning and teaching our history to future generations.  It allows me to keep active with my grandchildren and their peers.  I am honored to have been selected to serve as your National Sergeant at Arms.


at arms - west

Lloyd "Highway" Russell




My name is Michael D. “The Blessed Outlaw” Shelton, Jr.  I am a proud member of the Indianapolis Chapter of the Buffalo Soldiers and have been since August 2005.

I proudly served my country in the United States Marine Corps from 1979 to 1983.  In 1984 I became an Indiana State Trooper until I retired in 2009, after which I was instructed by God to enroll in Bible College.  I received my AS Degree in Christian Ministries at Indiana Wesleyan University in 2011.  I am a member of the New Horizons Church here in Indianapolis.  In December of 2011 I was made an offer I could not refuse, to go back to work in law enforcement as a sergeant with the Marion County Sheriff’s Office as a Detective and a Police Motor Officer.

I am currently the Great Lakes Frontier Chaplain.  It is going to be an honor to represent the NABSTMC as your National Chaplain and my sole purpose is to be available for every Trooper and Soldier in this organization at anytime for every way I can possibly be.  God has given me this opportunity to use the gifts He has bestowed upon me for this great organization and to maintain a positive bridge between the National Officers and each and every person in this club. “ONE CLUB, ONE PATCH, ONE MINDSET”!!!  I am here for YOU!!!   

“In His Service”
“The Blessed Outlaw”

National Safety Officer


Reginald "RoadRunner" Marables

Greetings, I am Reginald "RoadRunner" Marable and I am honored to serve as your National Safety Officer. As a "certified" Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) Rider Coach and Harley Davidson Riding Academy Rider Coach I do not propose to have all the answers but my close relationship with the Alabama Traffic Safety Center, Alabama Motorcycle Safety Program, and MSF it is my intention to develop a National Rider Education Program that will help NABSTMC members become safer Riders reducing injuries and fatalities while increasing rider and co-rider knowledge, riding skills, and awareness through continuing motorcycling education at Chapter, Frontier, and National events. I look forward to working with the many NABSTMC Road Captains nationwide as we develop and roll out a dynamic program. I look forward to seeing you all as participants in classroom settings as well as range exercises to improve your motorcycle riding skills and knowledge. Again, it's a true honor to serve as your National Safety Officer. Much luv! RoadRunner National Safety Officer NABSTMC


Kevin "Renegade" Harris



Asst. Secretary

My name is Tia “Broadway” Winston. I am the Asst. National Secretary of the NABSTMC. I’ve been the Central Frontier secretary for six years and am also the Dallas, TX chapter secretary. I’m an active duty Army Major preparing to retire in 2017. My current iron horse of pleasure is a Hot Rod Red 2017 Street glide special. I’m a mother, a wife, a biker and a friend to hundreds of Soldiers who I cherish. I’ve only been riding since 2009 but because of the Soldier nation, I’m addicted to the highway.
I love and “RESPECT” our founder Kenneth “Dream Maker” Thomas for his vision to identify this M/C with the forgotten African American Soldiers known as the Buffalo Soldiers. My favorite thing about being a Buffalo Soldier is the financial support we provide to educate our youth. I’m committed to the tireless work necessary to keep his “Dream” alive as we ride, educate and support our communities.
Two quotes I live by “To lead is to serve” and “In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity

Asst. Treasurer

Anthony "Wingman" Parker

Asst. Chaplain

I am Walter “Sir Walt” Williams Jr, Member and Past Chaplain & President of The Birmingham Chapter of NABSTMC. I’ m a  retired 35 year Law Enforcement Executive now serving as Director of Safety, Security & Readiness for the City of Birmingham Alabama School System. I served Honorably in the U.S. Army from 1976-1979. I am saved by Grace through Faith and ride the best of both worlds (Honda Goldwing 1800 & Harley Ultra classic ) across this nation fellowshipping with believers and non-believers spreading the good news of Salvation first then the story of the 9th & 10th Calvary units and their contributions to the building of these United States of America. I am blessed to serve in the greatest Motorcycle club in the world, The National Association of Buffalo Soldiers and Troopers MC whose members both male and female are shining examples of comrades at their best. Thanks to all our members for the charitable work you do in your communities. Soldiers Up!

Walter “Sir Walt” Williams Jr

Knowledge comes from learning biblical principles; wisdom has to do with applying them

Asst. Webmaster

Greetings all, my name is Alice Brown, better known to the Soldier-Trooper nation as Sugar Brown. I am RETIRED Army, serving 30 years, 15 years Navy and 15 years Army.

I was first introduced to this great organization when I was given an opportunity to become a charter associate member of the Birmingham, Alabama chapter of the NABSTMC in 2006. My road to becoming a full patched member started in 2007 when I started noticing the ladies who rode, like AJ "Suga-Soldier" Coffee and Felicia "Pink" Munson. I signed up for the MSF Motorcycle course thru the Army and that was the beginning of Sugar Brown. I became a full patched member June 2008.

My first iron horse was a 2002 Honda 750 Shadow. Two years later, I moved up to a 2007 Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Classic LT. My desire to keep up with everyone and not be the one with the smallest tank, pushed me to move up to a Honda 1800 Goldwing.

Sadly the Army decided that I needed to be in Alexandria, Virginia. So although I kept my membership with the Birmingham chapter, the Northern and Central Virginia chapters welcomed me with open arms.

Two years later I found myself retired from the Army and working as an Army civilian at Fort Knox Kentucky. It was at that time that I realized that I would not be moving back to Birmingham and with a heavy heart transferred my membership to the Kentucky Mother chapter, where I was elected to the Secretary position.

I was approached by Larry "Bluzman" Giles to join him in starting a chapter at Fort Knox back in 2012. After locating other full patched members and riders located at Fort Knox, we started the Fort Knox chapter, The "GOLD" Standard of Motorcycle Clubs. I currently hold the position of Vice President.

You maybe wondering how I could be qualified to assist the National Webmaster. Well, I was a Data Processing Tech in the Navy, an Information Systems Analyst in the Army and I'm currently a SQL Server Database Administrator for the Army Human Resources Command.

A website is not just a website; it is a tool to help us communicate our goals to visitors and each other in order to build and grow. A visitor should never be confused to exactly who we are and what it is that we do. My mission is to assist Dreamer with the vision he has for our national website.

I am a mother of 3 awesome daughters....I have 2 awesome son-in-laws....and I have 1 awesome granddaughter and 4 awesome grandsons.


“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.”
― Mahatma Gandhi