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The Academy of Kings mission is to promote family structure and strengthen communities. We serve through education, intervention/prevention, and spiritual guidance, while fostering innovative support, and grooming family leaders.
Neasman graduated from Grand Valley State University in 2009 with a Bachelors of Science in Communications. Neasman has been involved in mentoring for 16 years now, and has recently taken his passion into the education field and marketplace. Along with being the founder of The Academy of Kings, M.M. Neasman is also the CEO of ExecuLead Business Solutions, LLC.
The inspiration of The Academy of Kings came after Neasman served as a case manager and noticed the root causes to many issues were due to voids in the home; particularly the absence of a male figure. It is then that he realized that it was only the grace of God that kept him from experiencing the same issues as the people he was serving. "I asked my self, what could I do to ensure the greatest return on investment. I knew the mission would mean long hours and alot of dedication. That's when the Holy Spirit placed it on my heart to create a school, 'The Academy of Kings: Male Business and Leadership Preparatory School'".
The building of this school will allow Neasman to fulfill the mission of instilling the pillars of godly manhood into the lives of our youth. Thus developing and maintaining the lives of our communities with respect to male's purpose for existence. The minister considers himself blessed to have discovered his purpose in life at such an early age.
M.M. Neasman is an licensed minister, certified leadership coach, entrepreneur, and philanthropist, from Bradenton, Florida. He is the oldest of his mother's 5 children, which were all raised in a single parent home through out his youth. M.M. Neasman was a standout football player and excelling student through out school. After obtaining a football scholarship to play at the University of Central Florida, it wasn't long before Neasman began to run into issues. The young man realized that he did not quite understand life, but he did not feel that he had anyone to turn to for advice. He didn't know it then, but the mistakes he was making were due to habits that had become ingrained in him over time. After two years at UCF, Neasman transferred in hopes that he would find a better turn out. He transferred to Grand Valley State University were he continued to play football, and also continued to see the same results in his life. It was in this moment, 1,000 miles away from home, that he realized the change that needed to happen was him! It wasn't his ability that was limiting him, nor was it those around him; it was his mindset. This is also where Neasman turned to God. On January 1, 2009 when M.M. gave his life to Christ.
Founder and President
P.O. Box 780822
32878, Orlando, FL