TriColumbia, the Mid-Atlantic’s premier endurance event production company, today announced it has expanded its executive team with the addition of a new Race Director and Business Manager, Cory Churches. Cory brings more than 15 years of race management and volunteer engagement experience to the TriColumbia team.
“TriColumbia continues to expand our team and are excited to welcome Cory, who will round out our already talented group,” said LJ White, Executive Director at TriColumbia. “Her experience in the region as a USA Triathlon Mid-Atlantic council member, certified race director, and seasoned volunteer coordinator, in addition to her passion to promote multisport to youth, challenged athletes, women and minorities, makes her a great addition to an already amazing team.”
Cory Churches brings more than 15 years of project management expertise, communications and marketing experience, and more than a decade of multisport management proficiency. In her new role as Race Director and Business Manager, she will work with the team to manage the hundreds of volunteers who support TriColumbia’s events, manage all procurement for TriColumbia events, and support the Executive Director and Senior Race Director in producing all TriColumbia events. Churches brings to TriColumbia years of marketing, communications, and branding experience from a long and illustrious career in the federal government, is a past president of the DC Triathlon Club, and has served as the treasurer and secretary for the USA Triathlon Mid-Atlantic Council. Ms. Churches most recently has been an integral part of the production team for the Luray Triathlon.
TriColumbia is a 501 (C)(3) nonprofit dedicated to helping other non-profit and charitable organizations raise donations, and service their communities, by providing superior multi-sport events which encourage health and wellness in all aspects of life. TriColumbia hosts an array of multi-sport events for all ability levels. Founded in 1983, it is one of the oldest, non-profit multi-sport organizations in the country, giving back to the community millions of dollars in donations over its 30 years of service.