To all interested persons:
For personal reasons the founder and President of the Schola Saint George, Brian Price, has tendered his resignation to the Schola Saint George Board of Directors. The resignation follows posts in public internet forums in which questionable business practices have been alleged against Brian. As a result of these allegations, and because of the need to address these issues privately, Brian has elected to depart from the Schola Saint George, lest the Scholaâ€™s members be adversely affected by association with the personal and business disputes Brian now finds himself involved in.
Following Brianâ€™s resignation, the Board of Directors held an emergency meeting to discuss his departure and to address two urgent matters that had also come to the Boardâ€™s attention through postings on the internet. The first concerned a loss of corporate status in the state of Texas where the organization is registered. The other concerned whether membersâ€™ personal injury and liability insurance was adversely affected by the loss of corporate status in Texas. The Board extends its thanks to those who posted this information online and thus alerted the Board to these issues.
On the issue of Brianâ€™s resignation, the Board accepted the resignation and thanks Brian deeply for his foundational work in creating the Schola Saint George and for all of the time, resources and work he has put into the organization over the past 10 years. The Board will not forget his contribution. The Board of Directors, which is the sole official voice for the Schola Saint George, has no comment on the merits of the publicly aired business disputes Brian now finds himself involved in, and hopes that all parties involved are able to resolve these disputes as expeditiously as possible and to mutual satisfaction.
At the emergency meeting the Board accepted nominations for a new President to serve the Schola Saint George. Elected to the office of President was Colin Hatcher, Esq., who has been with the Schola Saint George since 2001 and is an instructor for the organization, specializing in the grappling and dagger curricula. Mr. Hatcher is also a civil trial attorney in the San Francisco Bay Area. Also elected to the Board at the emergency meeting was Charles Deily, SSG Instructor for the Boston group.
The Schola Saint George Board of Directors now consists of the following 5 persons:
- President: Colin Hatcher, Esq.
- Vice-President: Robert C. Holland, Ph.D
- Secretary and COO: Lt. Col. Bryan Johnson
- Treasurer: Jason Willis, Leader of the Little Rock SSG Study Group
- Board Member: Charles Deily, Instructor for the Boston SSG group
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Last Updated on Tuesday, 09 September 2014 18:24