Board Member since Jan 2020, Vince is the President and CEO of the Leggett Group USA an Annapolis-based consulting firm, which specializes in Government Relations, Public Affairs and Advocacy. Leggett is a regulated lobbyist in the Maryland General Assembly with focus areas in Equity Educational Funding, Natural Gas, Oil and Clean Energy, Environment, and Historic & Cultural Preservation. Leggett is also the founder and president of the Blacks of the Chesapeake Foundation. The (BOC) documents the significant contributions of African Americans in the maritime and seafood-related industries. The Library of Congress and the U.S. Congress designated the Blacks of the Chesapeake as a Local Legacy Project. The governor of Maryland appointed and commissioned an honorary Admiral of the Chesapeake Through this work Leggett provides training in the areas of diversity, equity and inclusion. Vince has earned a B.S. Degree in Urban Planning & Community Development, a Masters Degree in Public Administration from Central Michigan. He has done additional training through the University of Michigan Multi-Cultural Leadership Development Initiative along with Executive Director Development Training through the Center of Government Services at The Rutgers University. Vince and his wife make their home in Annapolis, MD., where he serves as Chaplain for the Fire Department.