Atlanta Track Club Board Members
Charlie Crawford is President, CEO & Chairman of Private Bank of Buckhead which he founded in 2006. He was previously president of Riverside Bank of Buckhead, Milton National Bank, and The Buckhead Bank. Charlie started his banking career in New York with Bankers Trust Company and joined Bank South when he moved to Atlanta in 1986. He earned undergraduate degrees from the University of Pennsylvania and the Wharton School of Business as well as an MBA from Georgia State University. Charlie is active in the community and the other boards on which he currently serves include: The J. Mack Robinson College of Business, the Buckhead Coalition, The Carter Center and the Georgia Tennis Foundation. His running history includes over 20 AJC Peachtree Road Races and Atlanta Half Marathons, along with 10 marathons. Charlie is married to Ansley Byers Crawford, and has three children: Chas, Kay and Mitchell.
Bill Duffey is a United States District Judge who formerly served as the United States Attorney in Atlanta. Before entering public service, he was a partner at the law firm of King & Spalding where he practiced complex civil and criminal litigation. From 1994-95, he served as the Deputy Independent Counsel in the Whitewater investigation, heading the Arkansas phase of the investigation. Bill previously served at the General Counsel to the Atlanta Track Club and the Peachtree Road Race Committee. Since 1984 he has run the Peachtree 27 times, the Atlanta Half-marathon over 12 times and four marathons. Currently Chair of the Board of Directors of the Center for Young Adult Addiction and Recovery at Kennesaw State University he serves in a variety of other civic and professional organizations. He is married to author Betsy Duffey.
Kristi Wallace Detamore is the Marketing Manager for Greenberg Traurig, LLP’s Atlanta office. In addition to managing the strategic marketing, public relations and event planning functions for the Atlanta office, Kristi serves as the marketing manager for the firm’s national Pharmaceutical, Medical Device & Health Care Litigation Group. Prior to joining Greenberg Traurig, Kristi worked as a practicing attorney for 11 years, defending a variety of commercial and personal injury cases. Kristi received her J.D. from the University of Alabama School of Law, where she was a member of three national trial teams, and her B.A., cum laude, from Auburn University. She has served on the Board of Directors for The Junior League of Atlanta, Inc. as Vice President of Training (2010-2011) and the Georgia Association for Women Lawyers (2008-2009) as Vice President of Special Events. Kristi has run every AJC Peachtree Road Race since 2000. She also enjoys participating in the ATC’s Grand Prix series each year.
Sarah Darvill is a native of Athens, GA and is a diehard Georgia Bulldog fan! In 2003, her to attend the University of Georgia were realized. At Georgia, Sarah was a Varsity soccer player for 4 years and she was awarded her bachelors degree in accounting and a masters degree in tax. Upon graduation in 2009, Sarah moved to Atlanta and began her career at Dixon Hughes Goodman, a public accounting firm. Although she has switched roles from tax to full time college recruiting, she has worked at Dixon Hughes Goodman for the past 4 years. When Sarah moved to Atlanta she fell in love with the sport of running. She has run 5 marathons and has many more on the bucket list! She has met the most wonderful people and has made lifelong friendships with her running buddies. When not running and working, Sarah loves to cook and spend time with her friends, family and fiancé.
Shawn Hardister began his career in public accounting with Price Waterhouse, a large,international public accounting firm. After founding and managing his own CPA firm for six years he became a partner at Brooks, McGinnis & Company in 2007, where he has provided service to over 200 nonprofit clients. He serves on the Board of Directors of the National Down Syndrome Congress as Treasurer and the Rotary Club of Dunwoody. He was a member of the ATC Finance Committee during 2012. Shawn started running in high school and earned all-conference honors in cross-country. He also ran several distance events in track and field. He has run six marathons as well as numerous half-marathons and shorter events. He qualified for the Boston Marathon in 2013. Shawn graduated from the University of North Carolina with a bachelor’s degree in accounting
Malcolm Campbell is a 13-Time All American, 2-Time Academic All American, and 4-Time Olympic Trials Qualifier. He has represented his country in competition 21 times and has also competed in 3 World Cross Country Championships. In December, he defended his USATF Masters National Cross Country Title, becoming the first athlete to do so. Campbell spent the last six years as a Financial Analyst for ING, and the previous 5 years as a bank manager. He is currently completing a year-long sabbatical from corporate America. Campbell is a partner at Campbell Family Chiropractic, Inc.
Barbara Chandler is a retired Delta Flight Attendant and enjoyed her 23 years with the company. She is married to Mark, and they have two children. Barbara is the Atlanta Track Club’s Women’s Team Coordinator. She has a true passion for health and fitness and loves competing in road races and triathalons of all distances. Neighborhood activities, church involvement, and a love for flowers and gardening occupy an abundance of her time.
Ken Eaton is a native of Akron, Ohio, and a graduate of Michigan State University where he was a two sport athlete (football and track). He holds two academic degrees. Ken competed in the United States Olympic Trials and has six national and two masters level world championships. Ken is currently the CEO of the Eaton Group. He, his wife Verona, and daughter Iman, have resided in Atlanta for16 years.
Mary Ford is a Vice President with Cbeyond, where she has led Marketing, Learning and Development, and Sales Execution. Prior to Cbeyond, she served in a variety of information technology and product development positions with Andersen Consulting, Sprint, and MCI WorldCom. Mary has a deep commitment to volunteer service to the Atlanta community through organizations including in Dress for Success Atlanta, Women in Technology, and Girls on the Run. Mary has completed over 20 Peachtree Road Races, 13 marathons, 5 triathlons, and many 10K and half marathon races.
Josh Glass is a second-generation sports chiropractor specializing in the treatment and prevention of athletic injures. He treats athletes of all levels, from the beginner to the professional and Olympian, with the vast majority being runners. He has been involved in the Atlanta running community and with the Atlanta Track Club since running his first local races in 1984. He competed as a varsity member of the University of Georgia Cross Country and Track Teams from 1991 to 1996. Josh served on the 2012 United States Olympic Team Sports Medicine staff at the London Games.