ALP-SEBB Events Team

None of the events put on by ALP-SEBB Events, Inc happen my sheer magic alone. Alongside a countless army of volunteers (thank you and we love you all) we have a chief staff of coordinators. By their powers combined, the travelling carnival of events keeps rolling to provide y’all with some kinky entertainment.

Nitro Hankinson
Executive Director

Nitro co-founded the now ALP-SEBB, Inc back in 2008 starting with the Hotlanta Rubber and Gear club alongside SIR Alan Penrod. Ever since then he has put love and energy into making the events the best they can be to give back to the local Atlanta community. In 2011 he brought the title of International Leatherboy home to Atlanta, and has been involved with several different clubs throughout the years including Panther L/L, Atlanta S/M Solidarity, and Chicago Hellfire.

Don Melville
Judges coordinator

Don Melville (he/him/his)- has been a member of the leather community since coming out in his early twenties. Spending his twenties and thirties fighting on the front lines for gay rights, he now enjoys watching the newer generations taking action to bring equal rights to everyone.
Don is a long-time member of the SEBB-ALP team starting as a kink educator and now as a Director. When not in gear he is a Bank Manager, Floral Designer and Jeep enthusiast. He enjoys spending time with his chosen family and his boxer mix Baxter.

Jonathan Gattis
Contestant coordinator
Bio pending

Technical coordinator
Bio pending

Facilities coordinator
Runt has been working behind the scenes in the leather world since he turned 21, working as the production assistant for Mr Los Angeles Leather in 2009 to 2011, volunteer coordinator for Erotic City at Christopher Street West 2010 to 2013, and always helping out as he can. After moving to Atlanta in 2016 Runt has worked with South East Black and Blue events on tasks big and small. From running extension cords for fans to climbing under a stage when we have limited time to open the bar while in full leather, if there is a task to do Runt will do it.