Board of Directors
Founder/Chief Executive Officer of 2ND2NUNN Sports, a Gainesville, VA based non-profit that creates healthy, fun, and safe outlets for school age kids through fitness, sports, and the arts.
He embodies the principle that all kids should have equal access to compete in sports and in life. Tyrone spearheads the creation 2ND2NUNN’s personal development, fitness, mentoring, and after school programs.
Tyrone has an extensive background; he has served the public for more that 20 years as a U.S. Marine and he now serves as a civilian who supports The Department of Homeland Security. Additionally, Tyrone was a multi-sport athlete who played on the collegiate level. He earned high honors at each level of completion.
He has more than 15 years of youth sport coaching in baseball, softball, and football and he has been teaching young men and women how to compete by offering rigorous training regiments for more than 20 years.
Tyrone earned a Bachelor’s degree in business management from George Mason University and his Master in Public Policy from Walden University.
Currently, the Vice President of Business Development and Investigations for a FinTech Firm, before his current employment Luke had a stellar 17-year career working for the United States Government most recently employed by the Department of Justice Federal Bureau of Investigations.
Luke spent 9 years in the United States Air Force (USAF) where he participated in several base intermural sports teams and was selected to represent the USAF. Having competed at the collegiate level playing football and track and field, the state of Illinois recognized his accomplishments as he was inducted into the Illinois high school hall of fame.
Additionally, Luke has volunteered his expertise to several church groups, high schools, and several nonprofit athletic institutions.
A former professional baseball outfielder who played 6 seasons in Major League Baseball (MLB) with the Kansas City Royals, Cincinnati Reds, Boston Red Sox and New York Mets.
After retiring, Nunnally went into coaching. From 2012 to 2014 Nunnally server as hitting coach for Toronto Blue Jays Triple-A & Double A affiliate Buffalo Bisons. In 2014 he moved on to support the Boston Redsocks farm team as hitting coach until 2016.
Nunnally currently serves as base running and outfield coordinator for Angels of Anahiem.
Master James Hidalgo
Originally from El Salvador, Master Hildago has lived most of his life in the Bay Area. After serving in the US Marine Corps as a non-commissioned officer, he studied Taekwondo for over 20 years, training under Olympic golf medalist, Grandmaster Herb Perez.
Master Hildago has competed and won national Taekwondo tournaments and earned his 4th degree black belt. He is also well versed in other martial arts including Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Boxing & Muay Thai. Master Hildago has taught martial arts and self-defense as well as fitness and cardio training to children and adults for over two decades. He now runs his own studio based isn’t the San Francisco Marina.
“I’m passionate about helping children and adults develop a stronger sense of self confidence that is uniquely provided through athletics. I greatly appreciate the opportunity to share this passion with my community.”
Mike left Danville, VA in 2003 to pursue further education in the sports field. He began working for George Mason’s Universities athletic department where he also received his Bachelor’s degree in Health, Fitness and Recreation Management while minoring in Leadership. For the past 10 years Mike has made a name for himself with the various student athletes of the University, such as professional athlete and #ATHLETICUNION member – David Verburg, where he’s provided guidance on how to adapt in dynamic situations/circumstances.
Mike has been a part of the Chantilly basketball program for the past 4 years coaching house basketball until he had the opportunity last spring to become an assistant coach for Chantilly 6th Grade 2014 AAU team. Mike is currently the head coach of Chantilly’s 6th grade D1 Boys Travel Team.