Chairman of the Board
John Nettles retired from the Marine Corps after completing 27 years of service in May 2014. At the beginning of June 2014, he became Deputy Director Support for NAF Business and Support Services Division of Manpower & Reserve Affairs, Headquarters Marine Corps.
John has an exceptional record of performance and 25+ years of leadership experience attaining goals, increasing productivity and process improvement. He has successfully managed military and private organizations ranging from 20 to 700 personnel. John brings a true understanding of strategic planning and a focused, task oriented, and efficient management approach to the board.
Building and Grounds Committee
Clay Campbell brings to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Fauquier a wealth of knowledge and relationships developed during his 23+ years in the Construction industry. Clay also is able to draw experience serving and bringing people together from his time serving as Class agent for the VMI Class of 1994. Clay is currently a Territory Sales Manager with James River Equipment based out of Manassas, VA. He is a Master Mason, and member of The Way Bible Church in Warrenton VA. Clay is an avid hunter and sportsman and shares his love of the outdoors with wounded veterans and children.
Treasurer/Finance Committee Chair
Nicole McCarroll is an Assistant Controller for a local private owned construction service company and serves her family as a loving mother of two and caring wife and partner to a family owned business. She has served the community in various organizations to include cheer coach for local recreation programs, church volunteer and has joined the Board serving as part of the finance committee team.
Nicole holds a degree in Business Administration and Business Forensics and has over 15 years of experience with in accounting and financial functions. Her passion to join as a Board Member in March 2017 was with great intention to bring focus and passion to the financial resources used to help grow the gifts and talents of the children in the community.
I am excited to be part of the Boys and Girls Club to help guide, focus and maximize on our financial resources that have been so generously given to us by the people in our community. We can be a leading example in management of financial resources that will help grow the gifts and talents of the young people in our community. We can impact more lives with proper financial discipline and awareness.
Robert, Bob Mosier is the Sheriff of Fauquier County. Bob’s career spans over 30 years in local, county, Federal Government, domestic, and international law enforcement. Bob has been married to his wife Cindy for 28 years. They are the proud parents of three adult children and have three grandchildren. Bob is currently on the board of the Fauquier Historical Society, is a volunteer gun safety instructor with the Boys Scouts, and supports various youth organizations. Both Bob and Cindy are active members of their church. Bob enjoy sailing, classic cars, hunting, and history-and most of all, spending time with family.
James N. Hartman, III.
Marketing & Communications Committee
James Hartman has served in law enforcement in Fauquier County for 28 years with both the Warrenton Police Department from 1988 to 2004 and the Fauquier County Sheriff’s Office, 2004 to present.
Sgt. Hartman has served in many roles from dispatcher, patrol officer, narcotics detective, major crimes detective, Assistant Division Commander of the Criminal Investigations Division and Division Commander of the Records and Training Division. He is currently assigned to the Property and Evidence Section in preparation for state accreditation at the Sheriff’s Office.
He is also a Public Information Officer and spokesperson for the Sheriff’s Office. Sgt. Hartman has worked with local, regional and national media outlets on a variety of projects. He is a graduate of the DEA Drug Unit Commanders Academy and the FBI National Academy, Quantico.
Kylie Henson, M. Ed.
Kylie Henson has worked for Fauquier County Public Schools for 10 years and is a parent of two children that attend the Boys & Girls Club of Fauquier. Kylie wants to provide a connection between schools and after school programs to build more opportunities for the children in Fauquier; and therefore, became involved as a board member in 2017 to provide further support. She believes that we can simplify learning through experiences and that by removing the barriers of processes we can provide a seamless connection between entities. She enjoys traveling with her husband, kids and friends, spending time on the soccer fields with her oldest son, and jamming in the basement with her youngest son on his bass.
Keith O’Neil brings to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Fauquier, a wide range of experience and skills developed during his 20 years in the financial services industry, most of which with credit unions. He is deeply committed to the credit union philosophy of “people helping people.” He is currently the Chief Operating Officer (COO) for UVA Community Credit Union, which operates 18 branches including two in Fauquier County. Keith extends the credit union philosophy to local nonprofits. He is an avid supporter of community organizations providing development opportunities for children through sports and the arts. Keith enjoys soccer, tennis, and spending time with family.
Suzanne Sloane has worked at K12, Inc since 2001 in Product Development, Evaluation and Research, Academic Services, Enrollment/Placement and School Management. Suzanne opened the Virginia Virtual Academy (VAVA) in its inaugural year, 2009. VAVA is the Commonwealth’s only full-time online public school for students in grades K-10.
She is an award winning Virginia public school teacher and has been involved in education across the Commonwealth for more than 25 years. Suzanne has met with Governors, members of the state board of education, legislators and other academic leaders along with her students and families to encourage the expansion of online learning opportunities across the nation and the Commonwealth for all children.
Suzanne is a graduate of the Pennsylvania State University and holds a Master’s Degree in Education from the University of Virginia. She is married to the Head of School for Friendship Public Charter School in Washington DC, has two sons attending Kettle Run High School in Fauquier County, and a German shepherd, named Blue.
Suzanne was elected to the Fauquier County School Board in 2016 and is serving a four-year term. She states the reason for joining the Board of Directors for the Boys and Girls Club of Fauquier as an extension of her many years providing opportunities for children across the Commonwealth. She looks forward to serving in this position to achieve the mission of helping boys and girls of all backgrounds, especially those who need us most, build confidence, develop character and acquire the skills needed to become productive, civic-minded, responsible adults.
Resource Development Committee
As a natural caregiver, Ana Buron has volunteered her time as an EMT on the Dumfries-Triangle Rescue Squad and has worked caring for patients in the Cardio Vascular ICU unit at Fairfax Hospital. She has found that her passion is working with children and has specialized in Child Development for the last 7 years. Ana is a devoted mother and an active member of the community. She currently serves on the Board Of Directors of Boys & Girls Clubs of Fauquier, Fauquier Youth Flag Football League, and the Gifted Education Advisory Committee for Fauquier County. She also volunteers her time coaching her children’s flag football teams during their playing seasons. Ana enjoys coaching, gardening and creating memorable experiences with her family.
Marketing Committe Chair
Resource Development Committee
Scot Small, President & CEO of RevBuilders Marketing, graduated from Virginia Tech with a B.S. in 1988. He has served on the Fauquier Chamber Board of Directors as the Vice Chair of Marketing, and currently serves on the membership & marketing committees. Scot also currently serves on the regional board for the Middleburg Bank. He is a certified John Maxwell Speaker/Trainer/Coach and provides company leaders with world-class training on leadership. Scot has been married to his wife Sally for 26 and has 3 daughters ages 20,18 & 16. Scot and Sally are active memeber of ther church and lead the Community Connections ministry.
Resource Development Committee Co-Chair
Patti Brown has been a realtor with Long and Foster Companies in the area for the past 18 years. Patti volunteers as tutor and mentor for the club and has been very active in raising money and supplies, specifically for Fauquier through the generous efforts of the realtors of the Greater Piedmont Association of Realtors.
Resource Development & Marketing Committee Co-Chair
Haley Riley has worked in community focused non-profits for eight years overseeing youth programs, large-scale community events, and revenue generation through local partnerships and fundraising. She currently serves as the Development Manager for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Greater DC-Maryland Chapter, overseeing the Bike MS campaign. In college she completed a case study that focused on the importance of providing inclusive play opportunities for youth in under-served communities, and she carries that passion now into her work with the Club. She believes that investing in our youth is the most lasting way to support our community as a whole. Haley enjoys running, hiking and most anything that takes you outdoors.
I have been on the Board for over 10 years and I am still enthusiastic about seeing our kids grow and gain confidence in their abilities. I take pride in knowing The Boys and Girls Clubs of Fauquier has helped many kids develop the skills and confidence to tackle life’s challenges. Having children and grand children, I understand the importance of providing them with the skills and confidence they will need for the future. I enjoy spending time with my family, playing with my grand-sons, and working around the house. My career consists of performing data analysis to assist customers in optimizing their business, validating software changes to ensure these modifications meet the requirements, and to provide meaningful suggestions and feedback to enhance business opportunities.
Resource Development Committee
Ed Snider was born and raised in Fauquier County and graduated from Fauquier High School in 2001. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Radford University. Ed is a professional software developer, speaker, and author. He has been doing software development since 1999 when he got his first part-time job updating the Fauquier Democrat’s online newspaper. Throughout the course of his career Ed has designed and developed solutions for a variety of businesses and organizations including large oil and gas companies, Microsoft, the US Army, US PACOM, the DoD, and the DEA. Over the past several years Ed has been focused on building mobile and media/TV apps for commercial businesses. Ed lives in the Town of Warrenton with his wife Kelly and their two daughters.
Frederick H. Kruck, Jr
Attorney & Counselor at Law
Fred has been practicing law in Virginia for 34 years. His practice is focused on business law, commercial landlord-tenant law, and bespoke estate planning. Fred has worked with organizations of all sizes from national insurance companies to one-person businesses. His experience covers a number of areas related to organizations, from the proper ways to conduct meetings to the preparation and negotiation of contracts to the issues involved with buying and selling real estate. Fred’s background with companies of various sizes means Fred is attuned to the importance of community relations, and the roles businesses should play in a vibrant community. He is known for his writing and a highly-developed sense of both grammar and voice in drafting. Fred received dual degrees in Communications and Political Science from James Madison University before attending George Mason University School of Law – an ‘all-Virginia’ education. Not surprisingly, he has lived in Virginia his entire life. Fred has lived in Warrenton for more than 20 years with his wife, Mary. In his spare time, Fred likes to learn about new technology, and loves to play with his dog, his 2 children, and his 4 grandchildren.
Angie is a proud mother and supportive wife. She her husband and son moved to Fauquier County over 12 years ago, and have been very active with youth sports in the community. Angie has supported her husband as team mom and is passionate about building relationships with children and their families. She believes that every child can thrive and can learn when provided the skills needed through communication, education and guidance.
Angie also had the pleasure of owning a local Women’s Fitness Center in the community with many senior members. She thoroughly enjoyed the time that she had with them and even after closing the Fitness Center, she is still in touch with them and makes every effort to join them for monthly lunches.
Angie and her husband are members of the Buffalo Soldier’s Motorcycle Club of Northern Virginia, a non-profit organization supporting charitable deeds through scholarship and community services made up of professional men and women, who volunteer their personal time paying homage to the sacrifices of the African American Soldiers of the 9th and 10th Cavalry Regiments, promoting enjoyment of motorcycling and fellowship.
She’s also known as the “Go to” person by many, professionally and personally. Angie Randall, has been employed with her employer for over 36 years. She began her career as an Administrative Assistant and has worked her way up through the ranks of her employer in leadership roles, management and information technology.
Patrick Workman joins the Boys and Girls Club of Fauquier with diverse experience in recreation and community engagement with a concentration in recreation and servant leadership. He is a graduate of Liberty High School and George Mason University with a graduate degree in Recreation Administration. Patrick is committed to ensuring all youth have access to recreation opportunities to enhance interpersonal, physical and cognitive skills. He is currently the manager of the Marshall Community Center with Fauquier County Parks and Recreation. Patrick is a believer in challenging communities to engage in the development of cooperative outreach programs and leadership development. Patrick enjoys golf, hiking and spending time with his family.
I believe programs such as the Boys and Girls Club that provide open but directed programming for youth are essential for the development of future generations. The Boys and Girls Club of Fauquier provides a vehicle to engage youth by creating an environment capable of enhancing skills to prepare youth as they become future leaders of their community and Fauquier County.