Board of Directors
Curtis Brison has been a part of the Dynamo family since 2018 when he and his family moved to Milton, GA. He and his wife Kerri have two children, son Alex and daughter Sophie who swims in the Senior 1 group at the Alpharetta location.
Curtis Brison is the Vice President of Sales, Marketing, and Strategic Growth of TireHub LLC, a tire distribution joint-venture between Bridgestone and Goodyear. Prior to TireHub, Brison served as the president of Hankook Tire America Corp., overseeing the U.S. and Canada regions. He led four departments and directs teams, including the Tennessee Plant located in Clarksville and the U.S. Passenger Car and Light Truck (PCLT) business. He has over 14 years of experience in the tire and automotive sectors, serving in a variety of key roles at Michelin, working in both domestic and foreign markets, and leading the domestic sales team at Exide Technologies.
Curtis is a graduate of Clemson University with a degree in Political Science. Prior to moving to Georgia, Curtis and his family resided in Greenville, South Carolina for almost two decades. Curtis served on the Community Leadership Board for Greenville Forward, the Leadership Council of Meals on Wheels, the Board of Directors for the Greenville Clemson Club, and the Program Investment Committee for the Young Philanthropists for the United Way. He was a member of Leadership Greenville and appointed to the South Carolina State Workforce Investment Board by the former Governor. Curtis was also involved in the YMCA of Greenville County, serving as a youth basketball and soccer coach. He and his family are active members of St. Aidan’s Episcopal Church in Milton, GA.
Jennifer Entrekin is the mother of five active daughters; three are year-round swimmers at Dynamo, one is a competitive goal keeper and Dynamo Juniors swimmer, and the youngest is busy trying out a wide variety of sports and interests. Jennifer and her husband, John, are lifelong residents of Atlanta.
Since leaving the corporate sales work force in 2005 to focus her time and talents on family and home, Jennifer has been an enthusiastic and tireless volunteer and leader at many organizations including Church Council Chair, and Worship Chair at St. James UMC; Personnel, Ways & Means, and Board Chair at St. James Preschool; PTO Co-President at Kittredge Magnet School; PTA Co-VP at Ashford Park Elementary; and Swim Team Manager at Roxboro Valley. Jennifer enjoys serving her community and relishes the opportunity to enhance and improve the experiences of all participants, families, staff and stakeholders.
The Entrekin family has been a part of Dynamo since 2013 and looks forward to many more years encouraging and supporting Dynamo swimmers of all ages and abilities.
Martin Chen is an attorney with the U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights. The agency investigates complaints of discrimination on the bases of race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, and equal access to the Boy Scouts of America. He has been there for nearly 30 years. He has served on the corporate board of Literacy Volunteers and is currently on the board of the fitness center in his office complex.
His three children all learned to swim through Dynamo Swim School, including one son, Aidan, who will be in Senior 1. To have something to do during swim meets, Martin became a USA Swim official in 2016. When he is not working a swim meet, you can find him logging miles with Back on My Feet, a group that helps those experiencing homelessness through running.
Martin is a graduate of Vanderbilt University and Georgia State University College of Law. He attended high school in Dekalb County. He and his wife, Erin, along with their three sons – Leighton, Aidan, and Declan, live in bucolic Dunwoody.
Carrie Davis has been involved with Dynamo since 2018 when her daughter, Charlotte, joined at the Oakhurst location. Charlotte currently swims with the AG1/Senior Prep group at Oakhurst.
Carrie is Sr. Web Developer with Peachtree Solutions with over 15 years of web development experience. She has a BBA in Management Information Systems from the University of Georgia. She has volunteered her time to maintain websites for groups such as the Toco Hills Community Alliance. Carrie has volunteered many hours with the Children’s Ministry team at Oak Grove United Methodist.
Carrie lives in Decatur with her husband, Judd, and two children, Charlotte and Max. In her free time, she loves to travel with her family. She also enjoys running and indoor cycling.
Gregg Hudock is a Professional Engineer. He is a Principal with the global engineering firm Golder Associates Inc. Gregg has a Bachelor and Master of Civil Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology. He is also a graduate of the Institute for Georgia Environmental Leadership (IGEL). At Golder, Gregg is the Water Practice Leader where he builds and leads teams to address the water supply and flood control infrastructure needs for local, State, Federal, and global clients. Gregg is the father of Emma and Ethan who both swim at Chamblee. He is married to Salomé. He is an Eagle Scout and when not volunteering on deck at Dynamo or Georgia Swimming meets, Gregg is active with the Boy Scouts of America.
Kathy and her family have been a part of Dynamo since 1988. Her children began swimming at Dynamo when the 50m pool was built and it was an outdoor facility. Kathy has held various Dynamo board positions throughout the years including President. She also has served on the GA Swimming Board and on committees for USA Swimming, along with being involved in summer league swimming. She is a USA Swimming official and serves as a Meet Admin Clerk for local meets along with National Level Meets. Kathy is a RN who specializes in infectious diseases and vaccine research. She had four college level swimmers and one is currently a coach in Chicago and an Ironman Qualifier. Two other children are still involved in swimming.
Staci has been part of the Dynamo family since her daughter, Lyla who swims in Senior 1, joined Age Group 3 in 2013.
She is a Graphic Designer with over two decades as a creative professional and owner of Bright Hare, a creative marketing studio, since 2017.
Staci has served on various community boards in both leadership and support roles. She served as the 2019 Dynamo Volunteer Coordinator assisting the Dynamo team in recruiting and organizing volunteers for USA Swimming US Open, USA Swimming Junior Nationals, and Southern Premier all held at Georgia Tech. Currently, she serves as an Administrative Official for Georgia Swimming to support Dynamo-hosted and state-level meets.
She is a five-time Ironman and endurance athlete.
Sakinah is a healthcare attorney with Holland & Knight LLP. She assists clients with federal and state compliance in connection with regulatory, transactional and corporate matters. Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, she has advised clients on state and federal emergency orders and legislation related to the provision of telehealth/telemedicine. She also works extensively with clients on compliance with the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology’s information blocking regulation and federal and state privacy law implications.
In addition, she assists healthcare industry clients with change of ownership and other licensure and regulatory filings, as well as fraud and abuse analysis. Sakinah is a graduate of Princeton University with a Bachelor in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and is a board member on her local alumni board. She attended law school at Georgia State University College of Law and earned a Master of Science in Health Administration at the College of Business. Her daughters Isabella and Gabrielle both swim at Chamblee.
Gunnar began swimming at Dynamo Swim Club when he was 11 years old, following in his older sister’s footsteps. He continued to swim there until 2018, when he left for college at the University of Georgia in Athens. While studying at UGA, he received a BBA in Business Management with a minor in Aerospace Studies.
He has competed in two Olympic Games, earning a gold medal as a part of the 4x200m freestyle relay in Rio 2016. In Tokyo 2020 he competed individually, placing seventh in the 200m butterfly.
He is a member of the House of Delegates and Steering Committee for USA Swimming, and is on the Board of Directors for Summer League Swimming. Gunnar feels that these outlets are a pertinent method of staying involved in a sport that gave him so much, without having to use copious amounts of dechlorinating shampoo.
Swimming aside, Gunnar currently works remotely as a Client Success Manager for Learnit, a leader in the e-learning marketspace based in San Francisco, CA. He also greatly enjoys cooking, and asserts that he has mastered the art of grilling a medium-rare steak.
Lui King’s blood runs green and trains with Dynamo Masters and Dynamo Multisport. He completed his first full Ironman in 2021. Lui is the father of one Dynamo year-round swimmer and one Dynamo Junior swimmer.
Lui is the Co-Founder & COO of Safely, which provides guest screening and insurance for the vacation home rental industry. Prior to Safely, Lui has held operations and finance positions at RemoteDepositCapture.com, and The Home Depot. Lui began his career working as a mechanical engineer, specializing in the design of sustainable buildings.
Lui was the Treasurer and a founding board member of the Kittredge Magnet School Foundation (now the PTO Ways and Means Committee).
Lui earned bachelor’s degrees in Civil Engineering and Architectural Engineering from the University of Miami (FL) and received an MBA in Finance and Management from New York University Stern School of Business.
In his spare time, Lui swims, runs, kiteboards, and is a tireless cheerleader and uber driver for his kids.
Board meetings are typically held on the last Monday of every other month and are open to the membership. Meeting minutes are available as well: contact email@example.com if interested.