Charles Arnell Smith-Bey ( date of life October 18,1984) is the Moorish Empires 100+ Consular Officer,
Charles "Arnell" Smith-Bey's Vision for the Moorish Nation
is where everyone has a real and fair chance to succeed. His experience as a Teacher, Martial Arts instructor, mentor, leader and advocate for the youth have shaped his dedication to the Moorish Nation- and his commitment to make the Moorish Nation a place where everyone has the opportunities they need to thrive.
The only child ,"Arnell" grew up with the profound influence of his father ,Charles Smith-Bey, and his mother Delores Smith-Bey. He was raised speaking english and has family roots in both Cameroon and the Moroccan Empire.This background helped spark his passion for his PEOPLE and shaped his conviction that diversity is the Moorish Nations strength.
Arnell was invited to train and live at the Olympic Training Center near ColoradoSprings,CO where he was accepted as a Olympic Resident athlete. here he prepared to compete for one of the two Olympic consolidated weight divisions availble for the 2004 Olympics in Athens,Greece.
Arnell is a 4th degree Black Belt and Master Instructor. In addition to Smith-Bey's personal achievements as a Olympic Taekwondo competitor,in 2006 he opened, GLOBAL SPORT TAEKWONDO ACADEMY where he and his staff of instructors teach young children and adults ages 4-99 the art of Taekwondo. Teaching allowed him to make a positive impact in the lives of young people. He remains committed to hearing the voices of young Moors, from the classroom, to the Consulate.
As a Consular Officer, Smith-Bey helps lead a government that works hard everyday to continue moving the Moorish Nation forward. His team is focused on creating good jobs, making life more affordable, keeping Moorish communities safe, and moving forward on the enforcement of the Constitution for the United States Republic of North America and the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples guaranteed in the Charter of the United Nations.
Charles Arnell Smith-Bey,
Consular of Morocco at the Maryland state republic