Diteko Hammary

Diteko Hammary a longtime Native of Asbury Park, NJ and graduate of Brookdale Community College (2005) and has spent more than 20 years serving athletic communities in countless ways.

As a player, coach & administrator, Diteko (also known as Coach Teko) is a 5 time state champion and 3 time National Champion. He strives to help the youth in his ailing community and its surrounding areas.

In 2012 he Founded and is the Executive Director of the Sportz Farm Foundation where the organization's mantra is to produce professionals on & off the field. Sports Farm is a Non-Profit Organization that focuses on tutoring, mentoring, standardized test preparation, college tours and college and career readiness programs for inner city youth.

Sportz Farm has been responsible for exposing hundreds of kids across the state and now throughout the country to colleges and careers beyond high school. In addition to serving as the Executive Director for Sportz Farm he also serves as the 2nd Vice President for the Asbury Park AYF and Cheer program, volunteers for his son team as a coach for Matawan AYF football program, holds the position of President of the Asbury Park/Neptune and Long Branch local chapter of the National Action Network, and is Co-founder of Charity Kings & Sportz Farm Carez which promotes events throughout the city such as scholarship drives, Back to School supply drive giveaway, Santa's Closet and Feed The Unfortunate Thanksgiving Food drive.

His award-winning efforts span 10 plus years and most recently earned the Wilbur Ray Community Service award by Brookdale Community College & was named 2017's Distinguished Man of The Year by the Zeta Phi Betas. Since the inception of Sportz Farm in 2012 The company has overseen more than 4.3 million dollars in scholarships.