Seth graduated from Brown University in Rhode Island, USA, in 2004 with a bachelor's degree in Business Economics. After graduating from Brown University, he worked in the mortgage industry with Champion Mortgage, which was a subsidiary of Key Bank, and later on with Gateway Funding. He later worked with Robert Half International as a staffing manager. In 2008 he underwent back surgery for injuries sustained in an auto accident. Upon the successful completion of 6 months of rehab and physical therapy, his views on life evolved. He decided to focus on giving back to society.
Sports had always been one of his interests as evident from his days captaining school sports teams at Ridge Church School (Ghana), and Abraham Clark High School (NJ). He was also a member of the 2000-2001 Brown University Men's track team. He decided there was no better way for him to give back to society than through his number one passion, SPORTS.
The concept for Sejona Sports Foundation was born after speaking with some school principals, physical education teachers, and athletic directors in Ghana and the United States. The goal was to provide more opportunities for the youth to be active via school sports, and amateur and national level athletic development. This in turn would promote physical fitness and social development through sports.
Kamron currently works at the Office of the Fulton County District Attorney in Atlanta, Georgia, as an Assistant District Attorney. Prior to that, he worked as an Associate Attorney at Fox Weiss, P.A. He obtained a Juris Doctor degree from Emory University School of Law in 2011, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Public Policy from Brown University in 2004. Upon graduating from Brown University, Kamron worked at the Harvard University Kennedy School of Government in Cambridge, Massachusetts, as an Executive Education Program Coordinator, and later as the JFK Jr. Forum Coordinator. He left his job at Harvard University to pursue a law degree at Emory University. Kamron is currently a member of the Georgia and the Massachusetts Bar. Most importantly, Kamron is a proud father of twin boys, Winston and Walter.
Michael currently works as a marketing associate for Lion’s Pride Realty. He has twelve years of non-profit experience as a marketing coordinator for Spectrum Health Services and a program and development manager with Junior Achievement NJ (JANJ). He has more than ten years of broadcast production experience, working with Viacom’s networks - Black Entertainment Television (BET) and MTV Networks in New York City and 95.5 WBRU-FM in Providence, RI. He is an active volunteer for the Brown University Inman Page Council, Brown Alumni Schools Committee (BASC), Building Our Youth’s Development (B.O.Y.D.) of NJ, and the Power & Purpose Media Ministry at Workmen Devoted to Edifying the Body of Christ in Camden, NJ. He has an M.B.A. from Keller School of Management at DeVry University in 2016 completed Brown University 2004 with B.A. in Economics and a B.A. in Visual Arts.