Chief Operating Officer
“Do I have the best to play this game? Naw, I just need desire, determination, and devotion for this game!”
- Natasha McCrary
Natasha is the current President of the Diamonds the Green (DOTG) Alabama (AL) Chapter in Huntsville. Natasha took an interest in golf around 2010 but really didn’t start playing actively until July 2019.
Natasha was born in Mississippi and raised in Huntsville. After graduating from JOJ High School in 1990, she attended Alabama A&M University. Natasha joined the United States Navy in 1994 as an Airman and in 1995 was transferred to the Inactive Ready Reserves (IRR). While on IRR, Natasha graduated from Virginia College in 1997 with a Diploma in Medical Assisting & enrolled in an Associate’s Degree program soon after. In 2000, she transferred to the Active Ready Reserves and challenged the exam for Hospital Corpsman and passed on the 1st try she was also awarded the rank of Third Class Petty Officer, E4. In 2002, Natasha graduated from Virginia College with an Associate’s Degree in Medical Office Management and from Oakwood University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Organizational Management. In 2008, she graduated from Columbia College with her Master’s Degree in Business Management (MBA). Between 2010 & 2015, she also received three Certifications in Financial Management & one in Program Management. In 2016, Natasha obtained another Associate’s Degree in Practical Nursing from the Community College of the Air Force.
Natasha currently works for the government as a Budget Analyst and she has her own catering business, K’ala-Makes It Special. She’s an active member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated. She’s been a Cub Scout Leader for over 10 years serving as a Den Leader, Cub Scout Master, & committee member. She retired as a Master Sergeant (MSgt) from the Air Force Reserves in May 2019 after 25 total years of service.
Natasha has three children Nia (also a member of DOTG), Emmanuel, and Elijah. She also has three grandchildren Paige, Kaiden, and Noah. All of her grandchildren are working on their golf games.