The Quoit Club Executive Committee is a five member group that plans and executes the events of each season. It is formed by the President, Vice President, Secretary/Treasurer, Membership Chair, and Programs Chair. The Executive Committee meets monthly to keep events, membership, and sponsors on track.
Zachary Cohen, President
ThompsonMcMullan | Attorney
Zac developed a keen interest in history in his early years and is intent on preserving the historical assets of Richmond for future generations. Before moving to Richmond, Zac received his undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia and his law degree from the University of Maryland. Zac is an attorney with ThompsonMcMullan.
Thomas Walton-Cale, Vice President
Harbert Venture Partners | Senior Analyst
Raised in the southern suburbs of Richmond, Thomas developed a passion in architecture and history during his undergraduate studies at the University of Virginia. Thomas’ passion followed him home to Richmond in 2009 and he is excited to help preserve and share Historic Richmond with others. Thomas is a Senior Analyst at Harbert Venture Partners.
Jennifer Hurst, Secretary/Treasurer
Preservation Virginia | Statewide Education Coordinator
A native of Virginia, Jennifer earned a B.A. in Classical History from Virginia Commonwealth University. She then went on to complete her M.A. in Museum Studies at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. Since graduating, she has been involved with developing programming for several of the fine cultural institutions of Philadelphia and Virginia. In 2008, she returned to Richmond and is currently employed as the Statewide Education Coordinator for the nation’s oldest statewide historic preservation organization, Preservation Virginia.
Beatrice Gates, Membership Chair
Turn Key Interiors | Executive Vice President of Design
A native of Fredericksburg, Bea has lived in Richmond for four years. She currently works for Turn Key Interiors, an internationally recognized interior design firm, as Executive Vice President of Design. Prior to joining the firm in early 2007, she worked for Rosney Company Architects, a Charlottesville based firm that specializes in preservation of old Virginia properties. Bea is a graduate of Longwood University with a B.A. in Interior Architecture. Continuing her love for architecture and design, she recently attended historic preservation classes at Virginia Commonwealth University.
Mary Krumbein, Programs Chair
Underwriter | Richmond Mortgage, Inc.
Mary Krumbein is a Richmonder who has a love for the city's great historic architechture. She has a undergraduate degree in Math and graduated with a certificate in pastry arts from the French Culinary Institute in New york City. She was a pastry chef for the last 4 years and currently works in real estate and property management.