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The love for the game of basketball and the importance of family is at the core of our business. In all we do, we will be honest, loyal, and dedicated to our clients' best interest. This family-first approach has served us well and we are positive it will serve our clients' just as well.

Greg Lockridge
President & CEO

Greg Lockridge has been coaching and mentoring young athletes for over 30 years. He has elevated whichever basketball program he has touched to greater height (better records, more talent, etc), whether High School, Prep School, or College. He is well-respected by his peers in the coaching industry and well-loved by his current and former players. Greg is a natural leader and guides the direction of our Lock Management team. And above all else, he will always "keep the main thing the main thing."

Reginald Garnett
Chief Operating Officer (COO)

As an all-league basketball and baseball player in both high school and junior college, Reginald Garnett gave up his aspirations as an athlete and decided to focus primarily on his education. While Reggie earned a degree in Economics from UCLA, to this day he still regrets not seeking any guidance in his decision to stop pursuing his aspirations to play professionally. His goal at Lock Management is to help develop young teens into young adults who will hopefully make a positive contribution to society.

Mina Nix
General Manager (GM)

Mina Nix is an integral member of the Lock Management team. She comes to the team with over 20 years experience in social services. Mina is the ultimate "team mom", willing to do anything and everything to ensure the team is performing at our highest level. She does exactly the same for our Lock Management clients.

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Erin Thorn
Chief Information Officer

Erin Thorn is a former WNBA athlete and knows the business from the client's perspective. With a background in business and technology, perfectly complimenting our other Lock Management team members. Erin can relate to each client and helps our team understand the athlete's perspective.

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