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Founder / President

The fifth of six children born in post-war Vietnam, she and her family fled the country when she was just 9 months old. Her family survived crossing the Pacific in a small fishing boat through storms and lack of food before finally landing in North America. Her parents, who spoke no English, and lacked education helped instill the importance of hard work.
          Kayle’s great work ethic is visible throughout her career. She has been the CEO of her own small businesses throughout the years while being in the travel industry for nearly 20 years, including 10 in private aviation accounting.
         Giving back to the community is something Kayle has always been involved in. From setting up local fundraisers, feeding the homeless, visiting the elderly with her daughter to even collecting soda tabs to make wheelchairs for kids. Her passion to help others drove her to start this organization with the vision of utilizing athletics, academics, and mentorship programs for underprivileged youth. All of this will be achieved while cultivating a positive environment.
         A single mother of a little girl, she understands how difficult it is financially to put her daughter in sports programs. Her daughter serves as an inspiration to her. Through 100 Ways she wants to give youth the opportunity and resources to be successful.


Vice President

 Archie is the Executive Director for New Vista, a local non profit. He has been in the human services field since 1997 and on the New Vista team since 2005.

      He has worked with troubled youth/teens, mental health, and intellectually challenged population. The majority of his career has been working with MR/MH individuals. He has attracted and retained an amazing team of professionals dedicated to the success of the individuals. Archie has led New Vista to be a well respected provider of residential services in Nevada. He has accomplished this by championing innovative changes and policies that are in the best interest of everyone involved. Archie has worked with people with disabilities in almost every position possible. He has served as a Direct Support Staff, House Manager, Program Coordinator, and Quality Assurance Specialist.

       Archie is an Army Veteran, former Semi-Pro and Arena Football Player, PSI-Seminars Graduate, Prince Hall Mason and Shriner as well as a Community Activist and Organizer. Archie is currently working on his Bachelors of Business from Western Governor’s University.



Yvette is the CEO of  A New Perspective Consulting LLC. She is a Leadership Development Consultant. 10+ years of experience in corporate, union and non-union environments. Excellent communicator and facilitator, with the ability to positively influence, cultivate, and maintain strong professional relationships. 

       She believes it is important to support our youth and allow them the opportunity to participate and enjoy extracurricular activities. She is passionate about supporting others in their development and growth, while being mindful of her  own need to reflect, assess and continually develop.



 David is currently the Director of Financial Planning and Analysis at Sunset Station Hotel & Casino LLC. a Red Rock Resorts Inc. property.  Prior to that he held the same position at Texas Station Hotel & Casino & Fiesta Rancho Hotel & Casino
        David has a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Nevada-Las Vegas, with dual majors in both Political Science and Physical Education; he also attended the University of Cincinnati as well as West Virginia University where he was first a student-athlete and then transitioned into working in the University’s Athletic Department.  He has worked across the United States and around the globe from Boston to Australia in a diverse array of industries & organizations from the University of Connecticut’s Athletic Department to The AFL’s Las Vegas Gladiators and Caesars Entertainment Inc.
         David is a native of Storrs, CT who in his free time enjoys traveling (he has visited 6 of 7 continents) and is actively involved with several other non-profits; such as The Heifer Foundation which helps raise the living standard of families in the developing world as well as Noah’s House a local organization that provides safe haven for the animals of those in need.  He believes that it is not only one’s moral and social responsibility but obligation to assist those that are in need and to provide not just our youth, but all youth with the guidance, direction and means to achieve their full potential. 


Board Member

Ralleigh is currently the Director of Round Sky Inc. an internet marketing organization. Along with 100 Ways, he is also on the Board of two other Non Profit Organizations.

       Ralleigh yields a Communications  degree from University of Nevada-Las Vegas, a Business Management degree from Wake Forest and a Masters in Business Management. He has worked extensively across the United States from Hawaii to North Carolina along with a diverse cast of organizations from the YMCA to former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid.

       Ralleigh belives in assisting the youth will help foster a brighter future. 


Board Member

One of the most well liked NFL players that have played the game, AC is a Former Oakland Raider and Founder/CEO of Futurepro. Over the years, AC has been a strong supporter of many organizations including the Boys and Girls Clubs, Youth on the Rise Foundation, Child Help and AIM – Athletes International Ministry just to name a few. His moral character is evident in his volunteer work and his efforts have touched many people’s lives. Recognized for his outstanding character and leadership in the home, on the field and in the community, AC is retired and now resides in Phoenix, Arizona with his family.

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