Armond Flood – CPA President
Contact Info: 240-346-2496
Occupation: Mauldin High School Educator
Married: Delana Flood, 3 children
Education: Graduate of Trident University
James ‘Jay Tee’ Tucker – CPA Vice President
Contact Info: 864-979-6219
Occupation: Logistics Department Manager, BMW Manufacturing Corporation
Married: Valerie Tucker, 2 children
Education: Graduate of Morehead State University
John G. Gallien – CPA Director of Operation
Contact Info: 864-979-8661
Occupation: Owner of Carolina Aeronautical – Aviation Science Tech. School
Married: Charlyene R.Gallien, 3 children
Education: Graduate of Eastern New Mexico University
Angela Martin – CPA Business Manager
Angela Martin, proud mother of two and a native of Ohio, serves in the capacity of the Mauldin CPA Business Manager and travel team mom.
Angela is a legal professional and holds both an undergraduate and graduate degree. She is a member of several professional organizations and a very proud member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated.
It is Angela’s goal to ensure that all Mauldin CPA players are academically and mentally prepared to be collegiate eligible athletes.
Lyn Edmonds – CPA Business & Financial Secretary
Lyn Edmonds is a Greenville native who is married with two boys, Hunter (16) and Davis (13). She graduated from Furman University in Health and Exercise Science then graduated from the Physical Therapy Asst program in Charleston SC. She works prn at Piedmont Orthopedics. In her spare time, she enjoys playing tennis, volunteering at her boys schools and watching them play sports.
Comment from CPA Leadership
We believe that sports form a foundation of teamwork and confidence building for children that will be needed as they grow older and as they begin to be self-sufficient. Winning is great, but as we do in life, we do not win all of the time and the way one handles losing, as well as winning, will tell a lot about one’s character.
These teams within our CPA Organization are for the children. It is not for adults who wish to live out their childhood fantasy through their children. Whether boy or girl, all must be allowed to play and play with sufficient amount of time that will build confidence. All of the children do not have the same skills but as they practice, they will become a better player, consequently a better team.
We implore you, the parents, to allow our coaches to coach. We will only have them for a few hours a week. We realize that you are the real coach, mentoring your child on how to be successful in real life. Case and point – If someone were to tell you how to do your job at parenting, we are sure you would not appreciate that, so let our coaches do their job.
Again, we ask for your cooperation in helping us to help your child on the basketball court. There is no salary or fanfare for any one within the Organization, just the enjoyment of helping others.
We thank you in advance for your support.