Officers and Committees
President – W. Jarrett Campbell (email@example.com)
Dr. Campbell has lived in Cary for 13 years and leads Strategic Marketing for Global Alliances for Schneider Electric, an energy and automation specialist based in Paris, France. He is a Certified Strategic Alliance Professional and has held a number of marketing and technical positions in the semiconductor, automation, and energy industry over his 18 year career. Jarrett grew up in South Carolina and attended Georgia Tech and the University of Texas at Austin where he earned his Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering. When not enjoying his three children ages 6-14, you might find Jarrett at an area soccer field where he enjoys playing, refereeing, coaching, or simply watching the Beautiful Game, on the roads and trails of the Triangle cycling or training for another marathon, or listening to live music in one of the many venues in Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill. Jarrett founded Triangle Soccer Fanatics in 2003 as a way to meet others in the area that share his passion for soccer and also founded the Raleigh-Durham chapter of American Outlaws. In 2006, Jarrett, along with his buddy Jonathan Hart, won the contest to the name the new USL team in Cary with his submission of “Carolina RailHawks.”
Secretary – Amy Garner (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Amy Fee Garner is a board member for the Durham Soccer Council as well as Triangle Soccer Fanatics, and uses her advocacy skills in both roles to help create a climate for soccer growth in the Triangle. Amy is a program coordinator for Durham Literacy Center, one of many community non-profits in which she has served during her social work career. A lifelong sports fan, she understands the value of fandom to families and individuals in terms of creating strong communities that can work together to make a difference. Amy holds a bachelor’s of social work from Auburn University and a master’s of social work from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Amy loves to analyze the game, the players, the coaches, and the fans, and is happy to be part of a community who doesn’t find this unusual.
Treasurer – Greg Larance (email@example.com)
Greg Larance joined Triangle Soccer Fanatics when his son, a member of the club, brought him to a RailHawks match and he has been active in the organization ever since. With an educational background that includes a BS in Business Administration (University of Missouri), MBA (Texas A&M), and Juris Doctorate (University of Memphis), Greg spent his 35 year career working in financial management in a variety of businesses. He has been a member of the Texas Bar for over 30 years. Having recently retired from his job as the Financial Controller at Flowserve Corporation in Raleigh, Greg is looking forward to spending his retirement pursuing his passion for the RailHawks and soccer in general, studying history and visiting historic battlefields, and doing just about anything that gets him outdoors, in the woods, or into the countryside. In addition to their home in Apex, Greg and his wife Dominique love to spend time at their cottage in Lanas, in the Rhône-Alpes region of her native France.
Director of Operations – Robert Campbell (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Robert Campbell is a founding member of TSF, serving as the Director of Operations, running the Depot on game day. Robert works is Raleigh, testing software at Schwab. Having attended RailHawks games since moving to Cary in 2007, Robert has traveled to Atlanta to support the RailHawks several times. Robert also is a fan of Germany’s Bundesliga, where he cheers for Dortmund and Hertha Berlin (having attended games in Berlin’s Olympic Stadium).
Director of Communications – Josh Mayo (email@example.com)
Josh Mayo is currently a Junior at UNC-Chapel Hill, and is a public policy and political science major. Josh began supporting the RailHawks in 2010, after seeing an ad for them during the World Cup, and continues to support them because of the enjoyable soccer and the fun atmosphere. When not supporting the RailHawks, Josh is a fan of UNC athletics and can often be seen in the student section.
At-Large Board Member – David Boss
David Boss moved to North Carolina in 2008 and is a resident of Hillsborough. He grew up in Connecticut and played soccer throughout his youth through High School and college and currently is the assistance coach at Cedar Ridge High School. He is a Sr. Software Engineer for Acumen Physician Solutions in Durham. David also is a Technical Agile Coach for Agile Artisans where he works with development teams throughout the Triangle to be more efficient in their daily development by implementing technical best practices. He has been a season ticket holder with the RailHawks for 5 years and is very excited to see what the next few years will bring.
At-Large Board Member – Chris Walker
Chris Walker moved to North Carolina from the United Kingdom in 2010 and within 3 weeks had attended his first RailHawks game. When not at WakeMed Soccer Park, Chris is software engineer at IBM in RTP and has a Masters degree from the University of Sheffield. Chris is enthusiastic about participating in and promoting community sports for all, from running to futsal. He has been a member of various supporters groups back in the UK and and is committed to support the growth of this movement in the US. He also hopes one day to see Scotland play in the World Cup finals again but fears that might be wishful thinking.
Advisory Board Member – David Fellerath
David Fellerath is the manager of Durham Atlético, a community futsal league in Durham that is committed to ensuring equality of soccer opportunity. He is also president of the Durham Soccer Council, a citizens advisory body that advocates for improved public facilities and programs in Durham. David is a freelance writer and editor and was for many years an award-winning culture and sports editor of Indy Week, an alternative newspaper published in Durham, N.C. He has taught classes on film and sport at UNC-Chapel Hill and Duke’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, and he has published articles about soccer, boxing and other topics for such publications as The Washington Post, Slate.com, and Al Jazeera America. He received a bachelor’s degree in history from Columbia University. David loves soccer and the communities that form around it, and he feels fortunate to be able to support the RailHawks.
David Vaught is a native North Carolinian and has lived in the Triangle for the past 10 years. He is a second-year law student at the North Carolina Central University School of Law and former Vice-President of Operations and Communications for the Carolina RailHawks. David is passionate about growing professional soccer in the U.S. and North Carolina. Originally joining the RailHawks as an intern during the Inaugural 2007 season, David received a RailHawks Conductor’s Scarf upon his departure from the club. David graduated from North Carolina State University in 2009 with a degree in Sport Management and minor in Entrepreneurship. When not studying or following soccer, David enjoys spending time with his wife and two dogs
General inquiries may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org