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Grand Master Sterling Chase, Sr.

Sterling Chase,Sr.
(GrandMaster Chae HookSung)
Director: Martial Arts Programs

Civic Involvement:

2019; National Director Para-Taekwondo Hanmadang
2019; VP Membership Pikes Peak Toastmasters
2018; Promoted 7th Degree Black Belt (Jidokwan) #751
2017-2018; Member Board of Director of Southern Colorado Chapter AFP (Association of Fundraising Professionals)
2016; Official Certified Instructor from the Global Para-Taekwondo University / World Para-Taekwondo # 100065
2015-Present; El Pomar Foundation, Ambassador, College Readiness and Success Program (CRSP)
2011-Present; Volunteer with Jack Quinn's Running Club
1986-1997; Air Force Taekwondo Association, served as: President/VP/Secretary General
Service Area of Interest:


ChildCare/Development/Protection, Military, Education, Human Services, Sports and Recreation, Safety and Crime Prevention, Youth

Education/Other Experience:

2018; Promoted to 7th Degree Black Belt (World Taekwondo JidoKwan Federation) #751
2015; Created DuMyon Martial Arts a Non-Profit company specializing in intellectual and developmental disabilities, physically impaired, and “at risk” (individuals, families, supportive organizations
2014; Promoted to 7th Degree Black Belt (Grand Master)
2014; Certified Kickboxing Instructor with American Aerobic Association International (AAAI) 7 International Sports Medicine Association
2014; Certified Massage Therapy Self-Defense Program for Colorado Institute of Massage Therapy
2013; Appointed Ethics Committee Member of the GTG (Global Task Group) Global group of GrandMaster who is to preserve tradition of Korean Martial Arts
2012; Created the Medical Professional's Self-Defense program
2011; Certified Instructor for Refuse To Be a Victim (NRA Women’s Program)
1997; Retired US Air Force Non-Commissioned Officer of 21 years
1989; Internationally Certified Rape Awareness and Prevention
1986; Registered as an Instructor with United States Taekwondo Union (USTU) #114
1983; Founded CHS - to date has trained over 1200 students, including more than 130 Black Belts