Don is a partner with Roetzel & Andress in Washington and works extensively in import and export licensing matters, customs enforcement, and business transactions with foreign companies or foreign nations, primarily in Europe and China. He also focuses on Federal Court litigation, transnational litigation and international arbitration. Don brings a great Aces connection to the game of baseball as part-owner of the Fort Myers Miracle the Minnesota Twins High-A ball club that plays in the Florida State League. The Miracle are a part of the Goldklang Group which owns and operates six minor league baseball teams. Don is also an adjunct professor focusing on international law at the Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, DC. Don lives on Capitol Hill with his wife Amy and daughter Emma.
Chairman and CEO
A lifelong resident of Alexandria, Frank has been civically involved in the community and held many leadership positions over the past two decades. He has served on the board of the Aces since their inaugural season in 2008, and last year he became the majority owner of the team. Frank served on the Alexandria City Council from 2009 to 2012, along with being the past president of the Alexandria Sportsman’s club and Volunteer Alexandria. Professionally, Frank is a mortgage banker with 27 years of experience, all with Truist Mortgage. Growing up in Alexandria, he spent many days at Frank Mann field in the 1970s and early 80s watching the Alexandria Dukes of the Carolina league play their games. He sees nothing but great days ahead for our Alexandria Aces.
Kirk Casey is the Founder and Co-Chief Executive Officer of Metro Systems, Inc. (MSI), a national
technical staffing company. MSI was founded in 2005 and under his leadership has grown to 8
markets and is now among the top staffing companies in the country. Kirk has driven the
growth utilizing over 20 years of experience, business strategy, and focused vision.
Prior to founding MSI, Kirk joined Steel Cloud to build their staffing division as a Sr. Account
Manager. His career began with Apex Systems as a Technical Recruiter and then Account
Manager where he was a top producer and award winning salesperson.
Kirk joined the Alexandria Aces ownership group in 2020. He is excited about growing the Aces
for and with the community. He also supports Fort Hunt Little League and the Mount Vernon
Mavericks where both his sons currently play.
Aidan has just finished up his Freshman year at the University of South Carolina as a Sport & Entertainment Management Major. He returns to his second season as the Aces General Manager. Born and raised in Alexandria, Aidan is a graduate of West Potomac High School where he was a Varsity Swim Captain, National Honor Society Member, and Honors Student. His other work experience includes the 2022 College Football National Championship, The 2022 Players Championship, The 2022 Masters, Nike Georgetown, and is currently a part-time event staff with the Washington, DC branch of Contemporary Services Corporation. A lifelong fan of Baseball he is very grateful for his opportunity with the Aces and is excited for their 2022 season!
Director of Media Relations
A lifelong sports fan, Chris is excited for his first season with the Aces. The native Alexandrian is a current student at the University of Miami, where he studies journalism and sport administration. A staff writer for the sports section of the Miami Hurricane (the student newspaper), Damond covers everything from tennis to baseball. Outside of school, he's interned with the Zebra Press, Alexandria’s most circulated newspaper, where he also covered sports – even writing an article about the Aces! With a passion for writing, he can’t wait to provide Aces’ fans with content they’ll love. Contact at firstname.lastname@example.org
Head of Sales and Marketing
Since he was a child, Patrick has watched and studied many sports throughout his life. Born and raised in Alexandria, he is currently entering his final semester of his collegiate career at High Point University, majoring in sport management and minoring in marketing. It has been his lifelong dream to work within a professional sports organization. Last summer he interned for his college town’s new minor league baseball team, the High Point Rockers. Patrick plans to take what he learned from the Rockers and help improve the Alexandria Aces as a part of the marketing and sales teams. He can’t wait to bring the Aces to another level of success.