Antione’s new mission is to streamline and develop cooperation between faith-based networks, veteran organizations, and Black businesses and nonprofits. His vision is to provide a foundation of faith and community service relationships to foster community transformation and equitable systems. He volunteers 60 to 80 hours a week, 7days a week with numerous organizations and as well as his own nonprofit, Veteran’s HomeFront, and his consulting agency, Triple S Consulting LLC, and his Scorp Black Systemic Equity Project Inc. Antione is recognized as a strategic adviser on the issues of homelessness, community engagement, and black community wealth building. He is also an Advisory board member for the Virginia Housing and Community Development Corporation, a member of the NAACP, a member of the Hampton Roads Black Chamber of Commerce, a member of the Urban League, president of United Ways of South Hampton Roads Project Inclusion Alumni Association and recently named the Virginia State Director for Minorities For Medical Marijuana Inc.
As a young man, Antione could have bought into the gang life and drug culture, instead, he has chosen to be a civic leader, an advocate, and a man of values built on knowledge, fatherhood, and faith with his daughter by his side regardless of distance. He is a true trailblazer; a results-driven leader who is dedicated to restructuring and rebuilding of the communities in which he lives and those that surround him.