The Board of Directors

The Board of Directors supervises the functions of the Jedi Federation. This elected board of knights oversees the activities of chapters, supports training programs, enhances community, and the development of other knights and officers.

 President

President

Gabriel Calderon (a.k.a Angelus Kalen) has been on the Jedi Path for over a decade. He runs a successful offline group - the Chicago Jedi. He has also raised several padawans to the rank of knights. As the President of the Jedi Federation, Gabriel guides the Board in meeting the needs of its membership.

 Vice President

Vice President

Crystal Neumann (a.k.a Diamond Shank) first learned of the Jedi Path through her son. Finding her own place with the Jedi, she became a knight 2016 and leads the Indy Jedi. As the Vice President of the Jedi Federation, Crystal oversees the incorporation and activities of Chapters and Affiliates.
   
 

 Director of Administration

 Administration Ross Greenberg (a.k.a Raphael Ben Raven) sees the Jedi Path as an extention of his training in martial arts, which started over 30 years ago. He went on to open and run his own school, training many who walked through those doors. As the Directof of Administration of the Jedi Federation, Ross ensures the organization is operating smoothly. 

 

 Director of Education

Education

Alethea Thompson (a.k.a Setanaoko) is well known among Force Realist communities having participated in several forums and groups. She founded the Heartland Jedi located in South Carolina as well as co-founded Armonia Seminary. As the Directof of Education of the Jedi Federation, Alethea oversees the training programs and Knighthood Process.

   
 Director of Community 
 Community Jack Troutman, while relatively new to the Jedi communities, is no stranger to the Jedi Path. He founded the Kentucky Jedi where he uses his compassionate nature to enrich the spirit of those around him. As the Directof of Community of the Jedi Federation, Jack tends to the general welfare of the membership.
   

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