Grand Master Missy Cann
Grand Master Missy Cann has over 40 years of training in her background. A 7th degree World Taekwondo Federation Certified Black Belt, Cann worked for 30 years with the U.S. Department of Defense teaching the martial arts style to members of both the Marine Corps and the Air Force. In addition, she is President/Director of NC/SC AAU Taekwondo – International Referee – WTF Certified Coach – PATU Certified Coach – Level II USAT Coach – Niger Taekwondo Technical Director/Olympic Coach – 2008, 2012, 2016 Olympic Qualifications​.

Master Justin Strack
Master Strack a.k.a Striker, started studying martial arts at the age of 7 years old. Master Striker first started with Karate-Do, Hapkido, Escrime and Daazan-Ryu Jujitsu for 11 years. At the age of 18 he joined the Army and started exclusively practicing the art of Taekwondo. In 2006 he was hand selected by Grandmaster Kim Muh Ok for the Second Infantry Division (2ID) Army demonstration and international competition team. During this time he was also selected as the Master Combative instructor for the Army’s 2nd Battalion 4th Field artillery unit. Master Striker is certified as a 4th DAN in WT Taekwondo with Kukkiwon.

Master Wasiu Tadjou
Master Wasiu has over 23 years of Taekwondo experience, starting his own training at age 4.  At the age of 16 he entered World Competitions: World Championships, World Cups, Korean Open, African Games, African Cups, African Championships (all french speaking countries), Olympic Taekwondo Competition and was a former Ivory Coast National Team Member. Master Wasiu currently provides training and coaching for high level Olympic competition.  He is certified as a 5th DAN in WT Taekwondo with Kukkiwon.

Miss Rebecca Adams
Miss Rebecca began studying taekwondo at the age of eight. She has competed Internationally in the US Open, Canada Open, President’s Cup – Pan Am and the Pan Am Open. Miss Rebecca has been a member of multiple US National Teams. She is a 3rd Dan in WT Taekwondo with Kukkiwon.