President: Ken McInnis
Ken was born in Jonesboro, Arkansas, but being an Army brat considers Dothan, Alabama his hometown since that is where he actually lived the longest. He has one brother, Randy currently living in Memphis, Tennesee. His Dad is deceased, but mother lives in Jonesboro, Arkansas.
Ken graduated from Dothan High School, Dothan, Alabama; the Community College of the Air Force with an associates degree in Telecommunications Technology and from Troy State University in 1981 with a B.A.S. degree in Resources Management. He married Lori Ousley, from Alexandria, Virginia in 1986. He served in the US Air Force from 1977 - 1981.
Immediately after "retiring" from the USAF after four years service, Ken joined the Central Intelligence Agency were he served his Country for another 26 years. After Ken's last tour of duty overseas, the family established roots in Catlett, Virginia where they have been living on a small farm for the past 13 years raising their children, Scot, Heather and Ross and a multitude of pets, horses, etc. (no Old McInnis had a farm jokes please). Ken retired from the CIA in 2005 and is now working for a Government Contractor.
Ken has been active in heritage organizations for a number of years to include his present office as Adjutant, Black Horse Camp, Sons of Confederate Veterans. He first met the Clan MacInnes Society and most of the founders at Grandfather Mountain Highland Games in 1979 and after serving as a regional Commissioner for a number of years became Vice President of the Society in 1986. He had to give up the office when assigned to Japan, but upon his return to The United States became the first Vice President - Operations of the new International Association of Clan MacInnes.