Our Team

We are looking for teammates both on the road and non-road. Email Nels at Tri4Number1@gmail.com if interested in joining our excellent team.

Cindy Campbell

Professionally, I'm an accountant. Personally, I'm tree hugger, vegetarian, mountain lover, flower child, book fanatic, aspiring author, advocate for spay/neuter efforts, proponent for humane education and always, always encouraging those expanding their 4 legged family to save a life by adopting a homeless pet. #FixAtFour #PreventionSavesLives #SaveThemAll

On 8/6/11, I became a Gold Star Sister - an unwanted title that was assigned to me because my brother, Christopher George Campbell, was killed in Afghanistan. A few days after his death, I was told he hoped 100,000 people would donate to an organization with which I was unfamiliar. So, here I am, asking you to consider being one of the donors to Wounded Warrior Project to help my brother complete the mission he cannot, helping the veterans who DO come home to their families.

Kimberly Evener

Resides in North Port, Florida with her husband, Chad and their dogs. 


Kimberly has been in the financial industry for many years, currently as an Assistant Vice President and Trust Officer at Caldwell Trust Company.  


Kimberly’s father, husband and father-in-law are all Military Veterans.  

Dr. Kirsten Snellenburg

Kirsten is a Licensed Physical Therapist with over 19 years of experience, earning her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of St. Augustine in 2008. Prior to earning her Doctorate, she completed her Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy from Nova Southeastern University. She also holds her undergraduate degree in Business Administration from Eckerd College, and is a licensed Massage Therapist through the Humanity School of Massage since 1996. (continued)

Peter M Cuviello

Senior Client Partner (Retired Alumnus)

Deloitte Advisory, Defense Practice, US Federal Services

Deloitte & Touché LLP

Dynamic, visionary leader and goal-oriented senior executive with demonstrated success in planning, developing, and implementing cutting edge information solutions to address mission-critical information and IT management. Experienced in joint application integration, project and resource management, cross-functional training and team building. Forty-eight years of operational Cyber, Command and Control, and IT experience including CIO and G6 leadership of the US Army’s 1.2 million-person organization and an $11 billion annual IT budget. Retired as Lieutenant General, US Army in 2003. (continued)

Gabby Jarmoszko (Director of Public Relations)

University of Central Florida  Instructor of Advertising and Public Relations in the Nicholson School of Communication and Media. Courses she has taught include Visual Literacy, Social Media in Mass Communications, and Intro to Blogging. She is a crazy cat lady! 

Chad Evener

Grew up in Alpena, Michigan, now living in North Port, Florida.


Chad served 6 years in the Navy, from August 1998 to August 2004. While on active duty, Chad was an Electronics Technician (ET).  He started his service at SIMA Norfolk VA as a member of the Mid-Atlantic Regional Calibration Center and was later transferred to the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69).  Onboard the Eisenhower Chad was an EHF Satellite Communication Technician where he worked in T.V./ Telephone shop and began his work in the Telecommunications field.

Chad currently uses his knowledge and experience from the Navy as a Construction Supervisor for Comcast.

David "Dave" Potter

David is a CPA and MBA, and is a US Army veteran. His career includes being  a corporate CFO, and also President/Executive Director for not for profit organizations. He has been married to Pat for 55 years, and has 3 children and 6 grandchildren. 

Denise Zolla Pizzo-Matson (Transcon Operations Lead)

Since 1999 has been living her vocation as a Licensed Massage Therapist in Florida. "Keeping You Moving in the Game of Life" is her company motto. The loves of her life—sports, music, travel, videography, helping others and her ultra-endurance athlete husband, Nels Matson CHD Survivor(PAPVR & ASD), all converged in 2007. Her past careers in accounting, event coordinating and public relations play major roles in her volunteerism for advocacy and fundraising through Tri 4 Number 1 Foundation. She is an an accomplished Toastmasters, continually developing her capability to advocate for important issues.

Kerrie Rideout (Transcon Crew Asset)

Kerrie lives on the south coast of England in the seaside town Bournemouth. Her early career was in Financial Services.  The last 14 years she has worked as a Doctors secretary. The loves of her life are her 2 daughters, her trusty old Mazda Bongo campervan Betty, long walks & cold water swimming. She says "my adventures in Betty Bongo will hold me in good stead when on the road! I have been firm friends with Nels’ wife, Denise, since we met in Florida many years ago. Nels’ challenge is for a great cause, he’s a great guy and as a member of the crew, I want to help in any way I can to see him beat the world record. Bring it on!"

Nels Matson

In 1985, Nels Matson began his endurance career at an early age. He was born with congenital  heart defects consisting of a hole (Atrial Septal Defect) and (PAPVR) 3 of 4 pulmonary veins returning  oxygenated blood to the right side of his heart. Matson had open heart  surgery to correct this in 1985.  

His wrestling career began at the age of 7. He was a two-time Iowa state qualifier, a two time USA Wrestling Freestyle Iowa state runner-up, and a USA Wrestling Greco Roman state  champion. Matson went onto wrestle for Iowa State University under Bobby Douglas.  (continued)

Darren Composto, Joel Wolfson, Alexandria "Alex" Ramos