Great leadership, great outcomes

Safe Surfin’ Leadership

Our Executive Leadership and Board has vast backgrounds in law enforcement, non-profits, and the private sector.

Eddie Worth

Eddie Worth

Executive Director/President

Eddie joined the Safe Surfin’ Foundation staff in 2012 as a volunteer after a very successful sales management career in the health and sanitation industry.


A native Virginian, Eddie graduated from Natural Bridge High School andthen attended Phillips Business College. Over the next 30 years, Eddie attended several major marketing and management training programs, as he progressed upward in his career. During that career, with a Fortune 500 company, Eddie developed skills which placed him in front of the leaders of major U.S. Industries, Resorts and Health Care facilities.


Eddie has served as a member of the Floyd County Drug Court since its inception in 2018. Eddie is Past President of The Virginia Moose Association, and resides in Floyd County, Virginia with his wife Teresa who is an accomplished artist.

Sheriff Brown

Sheriff Mike Brown, Ret.


Sheriff Brown has served in the law enforcement arena for 53 years, and is a retired Senior Special Agent, United States Treasury Department, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. He served in the US Army, Military Police Corps, from 1967 to 1970; as a Tactical Officer, Special Operations Division, Metropolitan Police Department, Washington, DC; as a Staff Support Specialist with the Department of Defense; and prior to his election as Sheriff on January 1,1996, he served as a criminal justice consultant/instructor with the United States Department of Justice, International Criminal Investigative Training Assistance Program, in Central and South America and the Caribbean.


Sheriff Brown has directed, since 1998, the Southern Virginia Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, for the Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. He testified before Congress in 1999 on matters concerning Internet crimes against children (sexual exploitation of children and the problem of child pornography on the Internet).


Sheriff Brown is a member of the Executive Committee, Board of Directors, National Sheriffs’ Association; Vice Chair, Board of Directors, National White collar Crime Center; and former member of the Board of Advisors, Law Enforcement Innovation Center, University of Tennessee.


The Sheriff is a graduate of The American University, Washington, DC, with BS Degree in the Administration of Justice and Police Administration.

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Marcus H. Long

Board Member

Judge Long is a retired Chief Circuit Judge of the 27th Judicial Circuit of Virginia. He was born in Radford, Virginia and resided in Blacksburg, Virginia his entire life prior to recently retiring to the Lake Norman area of North Carolina. Judge Long graduated from Virginia Tech in 1973 and received his Juris Doctor from the University of Richmond School of Law in 1976. He has been married to his wife Elizabeth for 36 years and they have two adult daughters. He was appointed judge by the Virginia Legislature in 2005 and retired in 2020 as Chief Judge of the 27th Judicial Circuit of Virginia. During his career on the bench, Judge Long established a family drug treatment court program along with five adult drug treatment courts. Virginia’s Lawyers Weekly named Judge Long a Leader in the Law in Virginia in 2016.

Jack Quinn

Jack Quinn

Board Member

Jack is a past Vice President of Ecolab Inc., the global leader in water, hygiene and energy technologies and services that protect people and vital resources. During his 40-year tenure with Ecolab, Jack held numerous sales positions, including District Manager in Rochester, New York, Vice President of Corporate Accounts, and Vice President of Global Accounts. He most recently served as the Vice President of Industry Relations, representing Ecolab with industry trade associations in the areas of foodservice, hospitality, healthcare, government, education and manufacturing.


In addition to serving on the Industry Advisory Councils of Share Our Strength and the Association of Nutrition and Foodservice Professionals, he was on the Hospitality Board of Purdue University. Jack was also a member of several hospitality industry organizations, including the National Restaurant Association, International Foodservice Manufacturers Association, American Culinary Federation and the International Franchise Association.


Jack is also a past reserve Deputy Sheriff of Prince William County, Virginia, serving from 2000 to 2003.


Jack has a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Education from the University of Missouri. He and his wife, Virginia, reside in Bedford County in Huddleston, Va.

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Terry Treadwell

Board Member

After completing his studies in Business and serving in the US Army, Terry moved to the Northern Virginia area in 1990. Over The next fifteen years Terry racked up awards creating and implementing innovative programs as a rising star in the automotive service industry.


In 2008, Terry transitioned to the non-profit sector accepting an executive position with an international trade association. Terry excelled in this role, developing programs and services that members valued resulting in unprecedented member acquisition and retention. Always seeking opportunities to take on new and exciting challenges and cause real change, in 2010 Terry accepted a founding role in PotholeRepair.Com where he continues to develop and deliver high value programs and create strong partnerships within the property and facility management industries as Vice President Business Development and Sales.


Terry has also maintained a focus on community over the years, serving on various boards and committees as a tireless volunteer. All that know him agree Terry is a genuine treasure that leads by example demonstrating honesty, integrity, and an enthusiastic willingness to help others.


Terry and his wife Paulette reside in Montclair, Virginia. They have three daughters and four grandchildren.

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David COffey

Director of Operations

Dave has worked as a volunteer for Safe Surfin’ Foundation for several years.

Dave is retired from the United States Postal Service and worked for Moose International for 14 years as the Regional Manager and Territory Tanager for the Michigan Moose Association. During that time he was named “Top Director” in 2009 and 2017. Dave served as a liaison between the state managers and the International board.  Dave supervised all board meetings and nurtured hundreds of volunteers and fellow employees to achieve their fundraising and community outreach goals.  He is also a lifetime member of The Loyal Order of Moose and VFW.


For many years Dave has lobbied for numerous charities at the Michigan State Capitol and on Capitol Hill in Washington D.C.


He also serves on the conservative clean energy committee in Washington D.C.


Dave resides in North Branch, Michigan with his life partner Colleen Kaldahl.

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Lizena (Liz) Thompson

Administrative Assistant

Lizena (Liz) Thompson joined the Safe Surfin’ Foundation in 2022. She is a summa cum laude graduate from ECPI University where she earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Information Science. Lizena was recognized for numerous Dean’s List and attendance awards.


Lizena now has 10 years of experience with customer service and in the IT field. With the privilege of cross-training with many different departments, she has been able to expand her knowledge in many areas.


In 2020, Lizena suffered a traumatic brain injury and was unable to work during her year long recovery. The opportunity to join the Safe Surfin’ family as the Administrative Assistant came at the perfect time. She is excited for this new journey and with 2 sons of her own, she is dedicated to the mission of the Safe Surfin’ Foundation.