2021-2022 Board of Directors
Eric Smith (President) joined the CRC board in 2018 and is serving his second term as President. He ran his first marathon in 2003 and ran nine more before finding his passion in pacing races. The experience of helping others finish their races inspired him to run, on average, seven marathons a year, most of them as an official pacer. Eric’s strong commitment to the Charlotte running community is the primary reason the board selected him to lead as President. You can reach Eric at email@example.com.
Jay Seago (Vice President): Jay has been on the CRC board since 2018 and is serving his second term as as Vice President. As Regional Director of Let Me Run, he realizes the importance of running as a way to teach young boys about character, connection, and community. Jay has completed 10 marathons, over twenty half marathons, and numerous other races. You can reach Jay at Jayseago@gmail.com.
Heather Carpenter (Secretary) can be seen early mornings running around Ballantyne, Myers Park, Dilworth and SouthPark. As a busy mom of three boys and the legal manager for an insurance brokerage firm, she still finds time to volunteer at CRC events, Let Me Run, and 3-2-1 Dash for Down Syndrome and has run 12 marathons to date.
Heather can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Philip Sanford (Treasurer) is an RRCA-certified coach with a particular interest in helping people who are new to the sport feel welcome in our running community. He has taken a leadership role at the NoDa Brewing Run Club, served as a Let Me Run coach, and writes a weekly newsletter about all things running. Philip can be reached at email@example.com.
Lisa Landrum has been a member of the Charlotte running community for years and loves to engage with it via runCLTrun which she founded in 2017 as a way to connect runners and do some good for our community. Lisa is an experienced runner of all distances on road and trail, including ultra distances up to 100 miles. She loves to pace half and full marathons and help others reach their personal goals. She is USATF and NFHS certified which she puts to good use while coaching and mentoring young athletes through Forward Motion. Lisa can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Darius Moore, recently elected to a 2-year term, served as a board member last year. As a run coach and personal trainer for 9 Round, he founded Moore Moves personal training. As a volunteer for RunningWorks, Cross Country for Youth, Let Me Run and Girls on the Run, Darius is particularly interested in developing young athletes. He has taken a leadership role in planning and implementing CRC’s Free monthly 5K. You can reach Darius at email@example.com.
Lisa Keller is the Council Relations Manager for Girls on the Run International Headquarter as well as a coach of the Omega Nation run group. As a Puerto Rican American, she aspires to encourage more members of the Latin community to run. Lisa can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tim Mann is a financial advisor with Truist and found his love for running after many years as a competitive swimmer. He ran his first marathon in New York City in 2017 to raise money for Let Me Run. Since then he has served on LMR’s finance committee, is a leader in the Wooden Robot’s RunBots group, and is a regular at the Flying Biscuit’s Sunday Run Club. Tim can be reached at email@example.com.