Johnny Arvie Rufus Bonds Theodore Bush
Oliver Carter Gary Lee Curtis Lionel Davis
Robert Davis Jesse Earls C. L. Franklin
Willie Gable, Jr. Hosia Gardner Samuel Gibbs, Jr.
Joseph Hampton Earl Horton Sherman Hughes
John Jackson Johnny Johnson, III Royal Jones
Richard Keller Terry Lewis, Sr. Charles Mack
Roosevelt Malone, Jr. Harold Rapp Warren J. Ray, Jr.
Winston Ricks Norman Stovall Kenneth G. Thibodeaux
Kenneth E. Thompson Robert Turner, Sr. Ronnie Vinson
James R. Williams Calvin W. Woods, Jr.
President, Rev. Dr. Calvin W. Woods, Jr., NOLA Baptist Charities
Past President, Rev. Dr. Robert Turner, Sr., Senior Advisor
First Vice President, Rev. Dr. Samuel Gibbs, Jr.,Family Life Outreach Ministries
Second Vice President, Rev. Kenneth G. Thibodeaux, Ministerial Alliance
Third Vice President, Rev. Willie Gable, Housing & Economic Development
General Secretary, Rev. Dr. Lionel Davis, Sr.
Assistant General Secretary & Corresponding Secretary, Rev. Byron Johnson
Recording Secretary, Rev. Byron Johnson
Assistant Recording Secretary, Rev. Merlin Flores
Treasurer, Rev. Hosia Gardner
Assistant Treasurer, Rev. Dr. Jesse Earls
Intercessory Prayer Director, Rev. Johnny Johnson III
Director of Christian Education, Rev. Dr. Warren J. Ray, Jr.
Director of Home Missions, Rev. John L. Jackson
Assistant Director of Home Missions, Rev. Victor Pratt
Director of Foreign Missions, Rev. Bennie Scott
Director of Budget and Finance, Rev. Winston Ricks
Statistician, Rev. Ronnie Vinson
Director of New and Re-instated Churches, Rev. Johnny Arvie
Assistant Director of New and Re-instated Churches, Rev. Sherman Hughes
Ministers Benefits, Bequests, & Benevolent Fund, Rev. Harold Rapp
Historian, Rev. Kenneth Thompson
Assistant Historian, Rev. James R. Williams
Young Ministers Division, Rev. Roosevelt Malone, Jr.
Prison Ministry, Rev. Theodore Bush
Health & Wellness Ministry, Rev. Royal Jones
Media Ministry, Rev. Earl Horton
FDMBA Business Network, Rev. Oliver Carter
Administrative Assistant to the President, Dr. Georgia Hulbert
Special Assistant to the President, Rev. Charles Mack