Conference Leadership

Terry Fuller – Conference Director

tandemI am a Lieutenant with Prince William County Dept. of Fire and Rescue.  I have been racing since the 1980’s with my start in So. California. I am a former Police and Fire Athletic Federation World Champion in cycling and a former Police and Fire Athletic Federation National Champion in cycling. I am involved in coach my son who is a Jr. racer and is a BAR Champion and TT Champion.

 

 

 

 

Kaleb Naegeli – Board President

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Kaleb Naegeli is a 10-year alumnus of collegiate cycling: he raced for Indiana University as an undergraduate and then Duke University during graduate school. At Duke, Kaleb was part of three ACCC Championship teams and two top-5 performances at Collegiate Road Nationals. Additionally, Kaleb was the ACCC Student Race director for two years. After graduating, Kaleb’s love for collegiate cycling drove him to stay interested in its continued function and improvement. Kaleb lives and works in the Research Triangle region of North Carolina.

 

 

 

Brian Adamchuk – Board Member

af_classicBrian Adamchuk has been involved in cycling either recreationally or competitively since his teens. After a career change limited training and riding time Brian decided to become an Official to stay involved with the sport. He has worked with the ACCC for the past several years and looks forward to seeing the Conference grow under the new structure.

 

 

 

 

 

Blaise Schaeffer – Board Member
IMG_4864Blaise has been an active person as long as he can remember… riding bikes playing soccer, snowboarding, hiking, and much more. He took a short absence from two wheels when he decided to pursue a collegiate soccer career at Luther College. After graduating, Blaise completed a bucket list journey, riding his bike across American on the Northern Tier route from Anacortes, WA to Bar Harbor, ME before moving to Durham, North Carolina. Having not lost the desire to remain active and compete, Blaise though he would reenter the cycling world. He frequently rides with the Duke cycling team and all of his friends throughout the triangle. Blaise is looking forward to helping the ACCC grow in a positive, sustainable direction and is extremely excited to be further connected to the cycling community.

 

 

Charles Fox – Board Member

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  • Born in Mississippi
  • Lives in Charleston, SC
  • Graduate  of NCSU
  • USAC official, since 2006
  • Cycled across the USA twice and has ridden in 41 states
  • Founder of the chas marathon, FestiVELO, and many other walking, running, and cycling events that benefit non-profits
  • Empty nester, i.e. he loves visitors who he can take riding on the local roads and trails

 

Jennifer Munley – Board Member

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Jennifer is a medical student at the University of Maryland and is a member and coach of their collegiate cycling team. She previously raced for Purdue University and served as President during her senior year there. She focuses primarily on road racing but also has experience racing track and cyclocross. One of her main goals as a member of the board is to contribute to the growth of women’s collegiate cycling.

Photo Credit: An Ha

 

 

 

 

Kyle Helson – Board Member

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I began my athletic career primarily as a swimmer, retiring after a 4 year NCAA D3 stint. I began cycling in graduate school at Brown racing road, track, and cyclocross. While at Brown, I gained experience with running several race weekends and learning more about how the collegiate cycling conference system works as a whole. I thoroughly enjoyed my ECCC racing career and love the atmosphere within collegiate cycling.  After moving to the DC area for a job, I wanted to stay involved with collegiate cycling and joining the ACCC board seemed like the perfect opportunity. Collegiate cycling is a rare opportunity where new racers, national champions, and everyone in between are welcome. I want to increase the visibility of collegiate cycling and help to grow the sport with a positive and welcoming environment.

 

Laura Ann Leaton – Student Representative

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I’m graduating from the University of Virginia, studying cognitive science and linguistics. This will be my second year participating in collegiate racing, and I am your student-athlete representative! I race road, mtb, and cx, but dirt is my favorite. I’m super excited to grow the conference and encourage new riders, especially women to come out and race.

 

 

 

 

Rob Helms – Board Member

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Rob Helms I currently serve as a member of the ACCC BoD and race for  Kelly Benefits Strategies/Lateral Stress Velo, a Baltimore based team.  I also volunteer as its membership director.  I raced in high school and college and started cycling clubs at both schools.  When I joined the Army, I got out of cycling because of my several overseas deployments. When I was stationed in Germany, I caught the bug again and started riding with a German club.  I renewed my racing license in 2000 when returned back to the States and I have been racing since then. I mostly race crits but for the past couple of years I got knee deep in cross and love the mud!  Must be from my Army roots.  I am now retired from U.S. Army and have settled in the Baltimore area.  I wanted to give back to the sport of cycling so I volunteered to be a member of the ACCC.