Mike is THE original TRC employee… he’s been on board since before opening day in 2007! As a western Massachusetts native, Mike did not start climbing until moving to North Carolina in 2006. These days, Mike has his finger on the pulse of almost every project going at TRC Morrisville. As the Club Director, Mike oversees all TRC Morrisville staff, scheduling and group events. If you’ve got a question about TRC, Mike either knows the answer or knows who can give you the answer!
Hannah grew up in Minnesota and relocated to the Triangle in August after graduating from the University of Minnesota with a B.A. in Global Studies. Hannah enjoys traveling with a focus on outdoor adventure and education and has spent time in the Pacific Northwest, Ecuador and the Outer Banks facilitating adventure-focused activities. Hannah began climbing in the fall of 2014 and quickly developed a passion for the sport. She enjoys sharing her love for climbing with others and is thrilled to have the opportunity to share her love with kids at TRC!
Born in Philadelphia, Ingrid’s family relocated to Western NC to escape big city life, her parents choosing Asheville partly for its close proximity to great outside climbing! Ingrid’s dad (a lifelong climber) got her sisters and her into climbing early on. Ingrid studied at Appalachian State University, where she graduated with a B.S. in Art Management, with minors in Not-for-Profit Management and General Business. It was while in school that she really had the chance to cultivate her love of climbing. After a summer internship at a natural history museum in England in 2015, Ingrid moved to Raleigh and became a member at TRC, where she eventually began working as a Camp Counselor in March of 2016. Aside from climbing in the gym, Ingrid loves going on outdoor bouldering trips, hanging out with her dog, Charlie, checking out Raleigh’s art scene, and playing ultimate Frisbee. As TRC Morrisville’s Camp Coordinator Ingrid runs all track out and summer climbing camps, so shoot her an email if you think your kid would love to spend the week climbing with one of TRC’s camps!
Andrew is a former Force Recon Marine who has spent his life in pursuit of adventure both in the military and in the mountains. As the visionary and Founding Partner to TRC he now focuses his passion for adventure in the business world. Husband to the amazing Caroline and a dedicated family man, Andrew has never been known to settle for a halfway effort or going small. This is no more clearly demonstrated than by his role as a father of 5 young kids (4 boys and girl)! When he’s not in thie office or wrestling his kids he’ll most likely be found cycling, climbing or dreaming up the next adventure. Email Andrew
Luis (“Jag”), along with Andrew, is also a former Force Recon Marine and is now a climber and workaholic. When he’s not climbing or working, he’s a DOD Certified Anti-Terrorism instructor, black belt martial arts instructor/trainer, skydiver, and a scuba diver. Jag has been awarded numerous decorations and awards during his service in OEF and OIF. After multiple overseas deployments and combat action, we’re making every effort to transition him from public to private service!
Think it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to run a climbing gym? Think again! Joel Graybeal joined Andrew and Luis in 2012 as a Managing Partner of TRC and has ushered in huge amounts of growth for TRC! Joel lives just down the street from TRC Morrisville and has been climbing at TRC since our inaugural Intro Class back in December of 2007… in fact, if you’ve ever climbed at TRC Morrisville, we’re sure you’ve seen him! As a dad to two, Joel holds a deep dedication and appreciation for both family and his community and purposes to enrich the lives of both through his role at TRC.
As TRC’s Membership Manager, Sam brings an attention to detail (and statuesque beauty) that was honed at the front desk during her years as a Floor Staff Member during her college years. It is Sam’s job to make sure our member base is well cared for, and she pretty much rocks it! When Sam isn’t at TRC, you can find her playing soccer, spending time with her husband (and their kitty, Millie), or taking on a creative, DIY project! If you have questions about our membership program, want to freeze or terminate, or need to change your billing info, please FILL OUT THE CHANGE FORM HERE.
A native of the NC mountains, Scott moved to Triangle before he discovered climbing and his love for the sport. He has since tackled long routes in the western U.S. and, with a passion for steep gear routes, Scott has spent numerous days cragging in all over the country, especially here in his native Southeast. After ten years in management and marketing in the tech sector, TRC is Scott’s second life. Scott served on the Board of Directors of the Carolina Climbers’ Coalition for eight years, but now spends his extra time playing music with his phenomenal band Phononova!
Bradley (“Brad”) holds an undergraduate degree in Business Administration with a minor in International Marketing from Southeast Missouri State University and a Masters in English from Kyungpook National University in South Korea. As a CPR and CWI certified climbing instructor who has organized and led climbing trips throughout the United States and South Korea, Bradley is not only an avid climber, but is also known as the individual to send the longest sport route in North Amerca (Time Wave Zero at El Potrero Chico, Hidalgo, Mexico). As a long time climbing trainer, Bradley has developed his own programs for strength-training, with a focus on injury prevention. When he isn’t at TRC or outdoors climbing, you can find Brad reading Mark Twain, playing rock and roll covers and working as the Director of Marketing for Butora USA.
Marybeth is a designer and art director from Chattanooga, TN, with nine years of experience in visual identity and marketing. After graduating from Davidson College, she received her M.A. in Design Management from Savannah College of Art & Design in 2013. Since then, she’s worked in schools, non-profits, and businesses tackling branding, marketing, and communications strategy. Notable and varied highlights include time working at Kenny Chesney’s rum company, a girls’ boarding school in Kenya, and a print magazine that she founded with a small team, Misadventures. She enjoys hiking, learning new things in the kitchen, and reading. She lives in Durham with her extraordinary partner, Sarah.