BOARD OF DIRECTORS


Andy Martin  is currently Director of Membership and Group Fitness at the Kerr & Factory YMCAs.  He has been with the YMCA since 2009 with a focus on Youth, Healthy Living and Social Responsibility, but prior to the Y he held a variety of roles in banking for 11 years.  Andy’s passions are leadership, community, competition and his family, Susan (wife), Graydon (son) and Xander (son).  Most of his time is centered around his boys, both of which play at CASL and train with Soccer Genome.  In addition, Andy is currently serving as a facilitator for the Wake Forest Chamber’s Youth Leadership, plays adult soccer with his wife for TASL and loves to participate in a variety of endurance events.

Andy Martin is currently Director of Membership and Group Fitness at the Kerr & Factory YMCAs.  He has been with the YMCA since 2009 with a focus on Youth, Healthy Living and Social Responsibility, but prior to the Y he held a variety of roles in banking for 11 years.  Andy’s passions are leadership, community, competition and his family, Susan (wife), Graydon (son) and Xander (son).  Most of his time is centered around his boys, both of which play at CASL and train with Soccer Genome.  In addition, Andy is currently serving as a facilitator for the Wake Forest Chamber’s Youth Leadership, plays adult soccer with his wife for TASL and loves to participate in a variety of endurance events.

 
Amy and Sean Holderby  have lived in Wake Forest for 15 years and own 2 local small businesses, Upon the Rock Granite and Marble, and Living Stone Building Company.  They fell in love with soccer when their daughter started playing at the age of 8. They find true enjoyment in working with others to create and inspire change in the local community.

Amy and Sean Holderby have lived in Wake Forest for 15 years and own 2 local small businesses, Upon the Rock Granite and Marble, and Living Stone Building Company.  They fell in love with soccer when their daughter started playing at the age of 8. They find true enjoyment in working with others to create and inspire change in the local community.

 
Clark Alcock  is a 15 year resident of Wake Forest and a North Carolina native. He and his wife Sharon have 4 kids ages 7, 14, 14, and 18. They have been a soccer family since their oldest was 4 and when  not coaching or watching their kids in various athletic endeavors they are most likely outdoors, hopefully at the beach or in the mountains. As president of Canvasback Homes, Inc. since its inception in 2013, Clark has been a custom home builder in the Triangle and is passionate about youth athletics and in making those life experiences learned through them available to all.

Clark Alcock is a 15 year resident of Wake Forest and a North Carolina native. He and his wife Sharon have 4 kids ages 7, 14, 14, and 18. They have been a soccer family since their oldest was 4 and when  not coaching or watching their kids in various athletic endeavors they are most likely outdoors, hopefully at the beach or in the mountains. As president of Canvasback Homes, Inc. since its inception in 2013, Clark has been a custom home builder in the Triangle and is passionate about youth athletics and in making those life experiences learned through them available to all.

 
Nathan Lashley  moved to Wake Forest from Delran, New Jersey in 1996. He studied Government History at Franklin and Marshall College, where he was also a 4 year member of the wrestling and golf teams, and received his Law Degree from North Carolina Central University School of Law in 2002 and is a licensed attorney in North Carolina.  He has been married to his wife Julie for 16 years and they have three wonderful children.  Of them, two play soccer for CASL at the Classic level and one is on two competitive cheerleading teams.  Nathan enjoys fishing, grilling out and a round of golf every now and then.

Nathan Lashley moved to Wake Forest from Delran, New Jersey in 1996. He studied Government History at Franklin and Marshall College, where he was also a 4 year member of the wrestling and golf teams, and received his Law Degree from North Carolina Central University School of Law in 2002 and is a licensed attorney in North Carolina.  He has been married to his wife Julie for 16 years and they have three wonderful children.  Of them, two play soccer for CASL at the Classic level and one is on two competitive cheerleading teams.  Nathan enjoys fishing, grilling out and a round of golf every now and then.