Leadership begins with Experience
Kaicho Roy Davis II
Roy D. Davis III, a Senior student of Richard P. Baillargeon, founder of NKJU, And trained directly under Sensei Baillargeon from 1973 to 1987. After Mr. B’s passing Kaicho has continued his training under the lineage of Shogo Kuniba through Kaicho Butch Velez of AGK and Soshi Hugh Kelly of UMAAI.
Daihyo Jay Bainter
Jay Bainter began his training at the age of 16. He is Kaicho's oldest student and was one to be reckoned with at tournaments. Jay was very quick in picking up kata and Kubudo weapons and is very knowledgable in the technical aspects of Kihon/Waza
Fuku Kaicho Trey Glilmore
Devoted Husband and Father of two daughters and began his martial arts training under Sensei Davis. Trey enjoys teaching our new students. He believes that not only techniques are important but to understand "why" the technique is important.
Sempai Brandan Barnes
Started his martial arts training under Sensei Davis. Brandon is an extremely fast learner and is known for his ability to take kata and break it down in such a way that makes it easier to learn and understand by all ranks.
Dr. Rupert Dyre
Rupert Dyre "MD" began his training with Kaicho in 2007. Doc's strong point is the ability to think out of the box. He looks at techniques in a mechanical and anatomical aspect which most Karateka is unable to do. Having this ability allows him to know what works and what does not.
Konin Kaikeishi Jim Creamer Sr.
Jim Creamer Sr. has been with Kaicho Davis for over 10 years. He is very meticulous in his studies and strives for perfection, and is very open-minded to the challenges martial arts presents. His patience with others is notable.
Ramon J. Fajardo
Ramon J. Fajardo first began his martial arts training in Shotokan until his career as an Attorney took him to Georgia. There he met Kaicho Davis and has been a member of NKJU for over seven years. Ray strives for perfection and has become an inspiration to all those who know him.