Name: Frank E. Stafford Sr.
School: Grambling State University
Major: Industrial Technology
Frank Stafford a native of Louisiana graduated from Reuben McCall High School and matriculated to Grambling State University . At Grambling he was a 4-Year AFROTC Cadet and a Member of the Color Guard graduating with Cum Laude Honors and commissioned a 2nd Lieutenant in the U.S. Air Force. He was one of a select group of 100 officers to form the first Satellite Operations Squadron consisting of Air Force Personnel. He commanded the first solo satellite maneuver by an Air Force unit and his squadron launched the first constellation of GPS satellites which are now a common of part of day to day life. He completed coursework on a Masters in Space Operations Management and obtained a MBA with emphasis in Human Resources Development.
A 1984 initiate of the Palo Alto Alumni and Past Polemarch of the Las Vegas Alumni Chapter, he has served the fraternity as an Officer in the Colorado Springs and Palo Alumni Chapters and served on various boards and committees over the years. He has supported the community by coordinating the Annual Thanksgiving Basket donations and NASCAR Booth to raise funds for Scholarships.
Recently he served as an Admission Liaison Officer for the United States Air Force Academy and is currently employed as a construction manager at the Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority. He also runs his non-profit organization called the Tallulah Heritage Foundation which was incorporated on September 7, 2011. The, 501(c)(3), Foundation will administer the Tallulah Heritage Scholarship Fund which will issue annual scholarships to a graduating seniors from Madison High School, Tallulah, LA.
Stafford is a Life Member of the fraternity and supported the Centennial Campaign as a Century Club Member.