Board of Directors

Triangle's esteemed Board of Directors is comprised of volleyball and business professionals from within the Triangle community and beyond. The Board of Directors is charged with ensuring organizational and financial stability, longevity and continuity of mission and operations.

Alan Slay  -  Chair

Retired Director for National Not-for-Profit

Alan spent almost forty years providing leadership and technology services to governmental  and not-for-profit organizations. He has held several leadership positions within Scouting America, has served on the Wake County School Board Advisory Council, and coached several youth athletic teams. Alan holds a B.S. in Management of Information Systems from Florida State University. Alan and his wife Maureen live in Raleigh and have two children, Ryan and Kathleen (Class of 2010, Penn State University).
Board Member since 2013

Christie Clark '04

Business HR Program Manager, Google

Christie is an alumnae of Triangle Volleyball having graduated in 2004. Originally from Tulsa, Oklahoma, Christie was a standout multi-sport athlete at Cascia Hall Prep helping to lead her team to four consecutive 4A state championships. She was selected as the 2003 Gatorade High School Volleyball Player of the Year for Oklahoma. She played club for the Tulsa Volleyball Club where her team won the USAV Junior Olympic National Championship in the Club division her junior year. Christie was recruited by Coach Joe Sagula to play at UNC Chapel Hill as a middle blocker. Her senior year of high school, she joined Triangle as a remote player under the guidance of Triangle co-founder Casey Caram (originally from Tulsa), ultimately moving to North Carolina after high school graduation and joining Triangle 18 Kaepa full-time for the remainder of the season.

Christie achieved both athletic and academic success in her four years at UNC. During that time the Tar Heels won the ACC Championship (2005) and Christie received numerous awards including the ACC Academic Honor Roll, Athletic Director’s Scholar-Athlete Award, Dean’s List, and the ACC Top Six for Service Award. Christie coached Triangle 13 Black in 2007 and was active coaching in Triangle's Youth Volleyball Program (YVP). Christie graduated in 2008 with a Bachelor of Arts in history and after serving two years as a fourth grade teacher in St. Louis as a Teach For America Corps member, Christie went on to earn her Masters of Education at the University of Georgia in Education Policy and Administration, Non-profit Management. While at Georgia she also served as the graduate assistant for the Bulldogs' Women's volleyball team.

After working for three years for Teach For America as a recruiting and strategy manager in San Francisco, Christie joined Google. At Google, Christie has worked in several roles across recruiting, DEI, operations, and analytics. She is currently a program manager working on talent development initiatives and people strategy. She is based in New York City where she resides with her daughter Emma.

Board Member since 2024

Caren Enloe

Partner, Smith Debnam Narron Drake Saintsing & Myers, LLP

Caren has practiced law in the Raleigh Durham area since 1990.  She leads Smith Debnam’s Consumer Financial Services Litigation and Compliance Group where she advises banks and other consumer finance entities regarding federal and state consumer protection laws and regulations.  Caren previously served as PTA presidents at both Fuquay Varina Elementary School and Holly Ridge Middle School.  She has also served as the Chair of Middle Creek High School’s Business Alliance.

Caren is the parent of two (Caroline and Garrett).  Caroline both played and coached at Triangle and was a team member of the Triangle’s first Courts for Kids trip to Costa Rica in 2014.

Board Member since 2017

Mary Ann Enzweiler  -  Board of Directors - Secretary

MBA-Finance, Certified Public Accountant
In addition to serving on the Board of Directors Mary Ann serves as the Finance Director for Triangle Volleyball Club. Mary Ann and her husband were the chairpersons for the Cardinal Gibbons Annual Fund Drive –’09-10 and  she currently serves as the Alumni Parent Chair of the same fund. The Enzweilers have four children, Tara (Class of 2006, University of Notre Dame), Thomas, Matthew and Luke.
Board Member since 2008

Mike Marks

FAE Manager, Microchip Technology

Mike was co-founder, director and coach of SpikeForce Volleyball Club for six years.  In 2008 he joined Triangle Volleyball Club as a coach for 14 Blue, finishing in second place in the Carolina Region and qualifying the team for USAV Junior Olympic Nationals.  Mike served in various coaching positions at Triangle for 5 years. Originally from Ohio, Mike and his wife, Nancy, came to North Carolina to complete his graduate degree in electrical engineering at NC State. Mike currently leads a team of application engineers in the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic region supporting customers using Microchip’s products.  They currently reside in Apex.  They have two children who both have ties to Triangle; Kristi as a student-athlete and Jennifer as a coach.

Board Member since 2016 

Joseph A. Sagula

Former UNC Head Women's Volleyball Coach

Joe is among the most successful coaches in college volleyball with 42 years experience in collegiate coaching. After completing his 33rd season at the University of North Carolina in 2022, he announced his retirement. UNC’s and the ACC's winningest volleyball coach in history, Sagula has won seven ACC championships and led UNC to 15 of its 19 NCAA Tournament appearances. From 1981-1990 he was the head coach at the University of Pennsylvania for both the men's & women's teams. He became the head coach at the University of North Carolina in 1990 and has been directing the Tar Heel program for the past 33 years. He served on the AVCA (American Volleyball Coaches Association) board for 14 years including two years as President of the Association, and AVCA Awards Chair for 10 years. He is a member of the USA Volleyball Coaching Cadre, and has served as coach with multiple USA select teams as well as a member of the USA Volleyball Board from 1996-98. Coach Sagula and his wife Ingrid Weber-Sagula reside in Chapel Hill. 
  • Career Record: 865-507 (.630) in 42 seasons
  • Record at UNC: 662-384 (.633) in 33 seasons
  • Four-time AVCA Regional Coach of the Year (1998, 2001, 2002, 2016)
  • Five-time ACC Coach of the Year (1999, 2002, 2005, 2014, 2016)
  • Four-time Ivy League Coach of the Year
  • 11 conference titles (7 ACC, 4 Ivy League)
  • 6 conference tournament titles (3 ACC, 3 Ivy League)
  • 15 NCAA Tournament appearances

Board Member since 2008


Lori Spells, MD

Lori is a board-certified psychiatrist with 20 years of experience as a practitioner and medical director. Lori’s education began at Duke University where she received a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. She attended medical school at Wake Forest University, graduating first in her class and receiving the Faculty Award and recognition as the Most Outstanding Medical Student in the graduating class. Lori did her residency at the Neuropsychiatric Institute and Hospital at UCLA. She is also the founder of ePsychMD™, a network of experienced providers assembled to address the dire shortage of psychiatrists in the U.S.

Lori and her husband, Darrell, have three children, Kayla (Class of 2019, Temple University), Nia, and Jackson.

Board Member since 2021

Sherry Fadool

President | Executive Director

Fadool has served as Triangle’s Executive Director since July, 2011 after serving as Associate Director. Fadool began volunteering with Triangle in 2006 to provide marketing and operations support for Triangle’s newly commissioned Globe Center facility. Fadool’s focus on compliance, governance, and operational excellence provided the stability and structure needed to manage Triangle’s unprecedented growth from 2006-2010. She was hired as Triangle’s Director of Business Operations in 2007 and promoted to Associate Director in 2009. In 2013 Fadool led the expansion of Triangle’s Globe Center facility from four to seven courts allowing for significant team and program expansion. Fadool's boldest move was committing to be the first tenant in the newly established Wake Competition Center in Morrisville. In January, 2019 Triangle realized a long-term goal of having their own designed-to-suit facility. With over 46,000 square feet housing 8 oversized indoor courts, administrative offices, classroom, strength and conditioning space, full staff facilities, and 3 competition outdoor beach courts, Triangle's WCC facility is considered among the best in the Southeast. These accomplishments combined with her innovative approach to organizational development and business operations have helped distinguish Triangle as a market leader in youth sports.

Fadool has been instrumental in the development and implementation of Triangle’s extensive year-round slate of volleyball training. Her strength in strategic marketing management has played a key role in Triangle’s emergence as one of the premier clubs in the nation. Fadool has contributed to the comprehensiveness of Triangle’s club-wide training program by leading several injury prevention initiatives including the installation of an orthopedic subfloor, incorporation of the PowerCore 360™ hitting curriculum, and development of Triangle’s physical therapy interface with Trinity Wellness Center. These efforts to advance safety in sport led to Triangle receiving the 2018 National Council of Youth Sports S.T.R.I.V.E. award.

In 2009, Fadool planned and executed on an eight-week time frame MAPL Raleigh, a 12-court convention center tournament which was the first-ever such event in Raleigh. In 2016 Triangle added the City of Oaks Challenge, a three-day event at the RCC over the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday weekend. The ongoing success of MAPL Raleigh and the introduction of City of Oaks Challenge has firmly established Triangle’s reputation among city leaders and the local business community as a respected contributor to downtown economic growth. These contributions are among those which led to Fadool’s selection in 2014 as a recipient of USA Volleyball’s Robert L. Lindsay Meritorious Service Award. Her contributions and that of Triangle to the economic development of downtown Raleigh were recognized in 2016 when Fadool received the most prestigious honor from the Greater Raleigh Convention and Visitor’s Bureau, the Thad Eure, Jr. Memorial award which recognizes an individual or group who has made significant contributions to Wake County's hospitality industry.

Fadool was elected to the Junior Volleyball Association's [JVA] Board of Directors in 2015 and served on the Executive Board for six years. Fadool has presented multiple times at the AVCA annual conference and has participated in multiple webinars for the JVA.

Fadool holds a B.S. in Chemistry from Central Michigan and a M.S. in Chemical Engineering from Michigan State University. She has over 25 years of leadership experience in community organizations and the not-for-profit industry. Sherry and her husband, John, live in Raleigh. They have two adult children, Jeff and Michelle [Triangle Class of 2010].


  • 2016 recipient of the Thad Eure, Jr. Memorial Award from the Greater Raleigh Convention and Visitors Bureau
  • 2016 recipient of the JVA Above & Beyond award
  • 2014 recipient of USA Volleyball's Robert L. Lindsay Meritorious Service Award
  • AVCA Club Awards Committee Chairperson, 2016-2018


  • Junior Club Readiness in the COVID-19 Era | Getting Back to the Gym Safely & Responsibly, JVA webinar [May, 2020] with Steve Sack [Michigan Elite] and Gabe Aramian [A5]
  • Strategies for Managing the Coach-Parent Relationship, 2015 AVCA Convention for JVA with Jodi Schramm [Premier VBC] and Deb Grafentin [The Volleyball Academy, TVA]
  • Gaining a Competitive Advantage with a Consistent and Comprehensive Player Development Process, 2011 AVCA Convention with Mike Schall [Triangle]
  • Foundations of a Junior Volleyball Club, Part I and II, JVA Webinars [2010] with Casey Caram [Triangle]