Margie’s business experience spans work for large corporations, start-ups, and nonprofit organizations and includes over ten years in marketing and development for two national nonprofits, ten years as an entrepreneur with her own business, two years heading U.S. operations and marketing for an international technology start-up, and ten years as an organizational consultant to several national corporations. She earned her MBA from the Kellogg Graduate School at Northwestern University and a BA in Economics from Tufts University.
A resident of Atlanta, Margie is a passionate environmentalist and in her free time, can be found outdoors, hiking, biking, paddling, and seeking new adventures.
Vice Chair of the Board
She is an absolutely amateur cyclist but her favorite way to get to know a city is by bike. Tess has planned the Give Away Day event for FB4K for the past two years, and now serves as the Vice Chair of the Board.
Tess commits her time to FB4K because she knows the sense of freedom and autonomy that a bike affords a child and wants to be a part of making that happen for kids in Atlanta.
A former college hoops player at Emory, she’s affectionately known as the non-cyclist of our group. You can find her cheering on her favorite sports teams, traveling the world, or checking out the newest restaurants around town. Sprague commits her time to FB4K because she loves seeing the smiles and pure joy on the kids’ faces at giveaway day.
Secretary of the Board
Board Member/Giveaway Day Coordinator
Nadine is a project manager at athenahealth, building the healthcare backbone. As a former Mobile Social ride leader, she has been actively involved in the Atlanta cycling community for several years. While not your standard spandex-clad cyclist, her riding experience ranges from a weekend-long 180-mile trek across Maine to your casual Sunday ride through the park.
While Nadine spends her days at athena connecting doctors to laboratories, she works with us to connect kids to bicycles. She loves the feeling of being “Bike Santa,” knowing the impact that a bicycle can have on a child’s life.
Board Member/Collection Coordinator
A graduate from USNA and MIT, Chris now works at North American Electric Reliability Corporation within the Standards Department, helping to keep the national grid stable & reliable.
In his downtime, you can find him pit-stopped at The Spindle, Krog Street Market, or on his way to Stone Mountain to find some hills.
Chris loves exploring Atlanta on his carbon fiber Look. Unfortunately, Look is not French for “fast”.