Board of Directors



Terry M. Landreth

Camden Director

Terry  Along with his wife, Darlene, own Camden Bicycle Center in St Marys, GA. They have been in business for sixteen years serving the Coastal Georgia area. In 2010, Camden Bicycle Center was awarded Silver Level Recognition from the League of American Bicyclists as aBicycle Friendly Business. Terry also serves as Vice Chair of the Georgia Coast Rail-to-Trail, serves the city of St Marys on the Downtown Development Authority, Graduate of the Ga Regional Economic and Leadership Development. Board member of the Camden County Chamber of Commerce. He is a veteran of the United States Navy Submarine Force retiring as a Master Chief Petty Officer/Chief of the Boat. He maintains close ties with the submarine community in Kings Bay Ga.


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Russ Marane Glynn Director Russ, a graduate of the University of Tennessee – BS Degree in Public Adminis-tration / Civil Engineering, completed Graduate Studies in City Planning.  He then completed a 40-year professional career in park planning, city planning and management and real estate design and development, serving as Regional Administrator of the Dept. of Housing and Urban Development’s Southeast Region; General Manager of the New Communities Development Corporation.  Since 2000, he is engaged in land conservation work on the Georgia and South Carolina Coasts with The Trust for Public Land as Georgia State Director and Coastal Programs; Manager and the Executive Director of the St. Simons Land Trust.  He lives on St. Simons Island and is married to Daphne Alston Marane.
Oliver Seabolt Glynn Director


As an Atlanta native and graduate from the University of Georgia’s School of Environmental Design in 1998, He began his career in the field of landscape architecture and land planning in Atlanta, GA. After a year in practice, he earned a Post-Professional Master in Landscape Architecture from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design. Following graduate studies, he relocated to San Francisco and began working with Hargreaves Associates, working on a wide range of urban design, waterfronts, public parks, academic, corporate, and institutional planning and design projects.Years later, I became an Associate for the SWA Group in Los Angeles. Originally created by Hideo Sasaki and Peter Walker, the SWA Group was highly influential in his career and provided him opportunities to work on large-scale design projects both at home in the U.S. and internationally.

He then worked for one of the few planning and design firms that specialize solely on creating communities and open spaces in urban and rural environments that use bicycling and pedestrian infrastructure as the primary design and planning catalyst for project development. At Alta Planning + Design, I design trails, streetscapes, parks, greenways, and on-street bikeways on a daily basis.

He currently woks for Orion Planning Goup, St. Simons Island, Georgia