Community Leaders

The Moss Point Visionary Circle seeks to collaborate with local officials to implement Economic Strategic Actions.

Our small community has had numerous people who have made  a huge impact on our town and the lives of others.

Some of the names you may have seen in the news are:

  • Jeramey Anderson, in 2013, was the youngest ever African-American candidate to be elected to any legislature in the United States.
  • Verlon Biggs, NFL football player, Hall of Famer, and former defensive end for the Washington Redskins from 1965–71 and the New York Jets from 1971–80
  • Damarius Bilbo, NFL football player and sports agent, graduated from Moss Point High School in 2001
  • Devin Booker, NBA basketball player
  • Melvin Booker, former NBA basketball player, father of Devin Booker
  • John Brock, CEO of Coca-Cola Enterprises (graduated from Moss Point High School in 1967)[8]
  • Ray Costict, former linebacker for the New England Patriots from 1977–79
  • Ken Farragut, NFL and Ole Miss Hall of Fame football player
  • Don Hultz, NFL football player
  • Robert C. Khayat, Chancellor of the University of Mississippi
  • David Thomas Roberts, composer and musician
  • Tony Sipp, Major League Baseball player
  • George Wonsley, NFL football player
  • Nathan Wonsley, NFL football player
  • Tom Johnson (gridiron football), NFL defensive tackle for the Minnesota Vikings
  • Silky Nutmeg Ganache, contestant on season 11 of RuPaul’s Drag Race
  • Toni Seawright, 1982 Graduate of Moss Point High; Made history as the first African American to win Miss Mississippi in 1987 (4th Runner-up Miss America 1988)
  • Eddie Glaude, Professor of Religion and African American Studies at Princeton University
Jeramey Anderson.
Jeramey Anderson. Mississippi House of Rep
Tony Sipp
Houston Astro Baseball Player
Verlon Biggs
Verlon Biggs, NFL football player, Hall of Famer