Adam Thompson is a senior majoring in Business Management & Marketing with aspirations of becoming a commercial airline pilot. Adam has been a member of T.O.N.E.s within the Florida State University Marching Chiefs for the past two years. He will be returning for his third year as a row leader for the 2018-2019 season. Outside of the Marching Chiefs, Adam has played with the university's campus band every spring semester. Adam served as Race Director for the inaugural Marching Chiefs 5K in 2017. A fun fact about Adam is that he says the Marching Chiefs played a big role in his decision to come to Florida State. He considers it a privilege to put together an event that honors all past, present, and future Chiefs for their commitment to making the program one of the best in the country.
Steven Foster is the 2018 Co-Race Director for the 2nd Annual Marching Chiefs 5K and is currently a junior Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering major at the FAMU – FSU College of Engineering. He is also a 3rd year member of Screech, the trumpet section for the Florida State Marching Chiefs, and is currently serving as a Row Leader for the 2018 season. Outside of the Marching Chiefs, Steven is a member of the FSU Honors Student Association and has also performed with the Seminole Sound pep band and the University Concert Band throughout his time at FSU. As both a Marching Chief and student at FSU, Steven strives to create positive change within the Florida State community and maximize every opportunity to serve the university.
COMMUNICATIONS & PUBLIC RELATIONS MANAGER
Alexa Lowry is a junior studying Information Communication Technology hoping to one day become an art director in the PR field. Alexa has been a member of the Florida State University Marching Chiefs Colorgaurd for three years. Outside of Marching Chiefs Alexa plays flute in the spring campus band. Alexa also currently serves as the Gamma Nu Chapter of Kappa Kappa Psi’s service chair. A fun fact about Alexa is she also holds a student leadership on campus as an Resident Assistant in degraff currently for her second year. Alexa considers it a privilege to be a part of such prestige organizations and is even more proud just to be a Nole!
Regan Williams is a sophomore Pre-Clinical Professions major with dreams of becoming a physician. Regan has been a member of HornZ within the Florida State University Marching Chiefs for 2 years. Outside of Marching Chiefs, Regan is a member of Seminole Sound. Aside from music, Regan likes to spend much of her time volunteering at a local daycare and conducting research through the Biology department. Her favorite part of Chiefs is skull session and march over right before games. Regan is honored with her position as Registration Manager, and hopes to make this year’s 5K an exciting event for all Chiefs, alumni, and supporters to enjoy!
Volunteer aquisition & coordination manager
Katie Coffey is a Fall 2016 brother of the Gamma Nu Chapter at the Florida State University. Katie, a senior, studies Sociology and plans to continue on to graduate school to receive a masters in Demography. She balances her service and schooling with baton twirling both in the Marching Chiefs during fall and individually during spring/summer. She represents FSU as a Feature Twirler and will be completing her third year in this position this fall. Katie has afforded the opportunity to represent the U.S.A. in Limoges, France for an international competition in August 2019. She hopes that these opportunities and positions help build a strong repertoire for teaching and coaching in the future. Katie serves as the Volunteer Acquisition and Coordination Manager for the 2018 Marching Chiefs 5K.
Parker Garrity is a senior Accounting Major with minors in Psychology and Business Analytics. This is Parker’s 4th year in the Royal Flush, and his 3rd as a row leader. Parker is active in Seminole Sound, the basketball pep band, has been a brother of KKPsi for 3 semesters. This is the second year he has served as Course Marshall for the 5K. His biggest goals for the race as Course Marshall are accuracy and safety, and ensuring all participants enjoy the glimpse into our beautiful campus.
Alexandra Puckett is a sophomore majoring in Computer Science. She hopes to one day own her own tech business and do research in deep learning. Alexandra has been a member of T.O.N.E.s for two years within the Florida State University Marching Chiefs. In the spring, she plays Euphonium in Florida State's campus band. She strives to be as responsive and helpful as possible to those interested in the race and is excited to communicate with potential sponsors and all the racers on race day.