Events & Membership Director
540.347.4205, ext. 4
Kellin was born and raised right here in Fauquier County. She is a December 2018 graduate of James Madison University where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Hospitality and Tourism Management with a minor in General Business. Kellin has been working in the hospitality industry since 2015.
In her spare time Kellin helps run and coach a baton group here in Fauquier County with her mother. Based out of Remington, the Tip Top Twirlers march in all the local fireman’s parades. 21 years later, you can still find Kellin twirling with the group. A fun fact about Kellin is she is the 2015 Miss Majorette of Virginia.
Glenn is a Fauquier County native and 32-year PGA member, who most recently served as General Manager (GM)/Head Golf Professional at Shenvalee Golf Resort in New Market, Virginia. Glenn also served as GM at South Wales Golf Course (Jeffersonton, VA), Virginia Oaks Golf Club (Gainesville, VA) and Crossing Golf Club (Florence, SC). Glenn started his new position at FSCC on November 1.
Scott Cornwell, started at FSCC on October 13. Scott spent the last 4.5 years as the Course Superintendent at River Creek Country Club in Leesburg, Virginia. Prior to that, Scott was the Course Superintendent at Winchester Country Club for eight years, and Senior Assistant Superintendent at Robert Trent Jones Country Club (Gainesville, VA) for six years.
Food and Beverage Director
Tom brings extensive culinary knowledge and expertise and award-winning results to his position as Fauquier Springs County Club’s Executive Chef. His commitment to delectable, memorable cuisine, made with the finest ingredients, ensures a top-tier dining experience. Tom and his staff have taken dining at the Club to a new level.
He was born in Virginia at Fort Belvoir and graduated from Robert E. Lee High School. Tom received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Philadelphia College of Art, and an Associate in Occupational Studies from the Culinary Institute of America. He has worked and lived in New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington D.C., New Orleans, and Los Angeles, in addition to several seaside resorts. He was mentored under Michel Richard. Tom returned to Fauquier County and has lived here for almost 20 years.
Head Golf ProfessionalLee was born and raised in Wilbraham, Massachusett. He attended the University of Maine, where he spent five years as an assistant baseball coach for the Division I program, and earned a degree in Psychology. After college, Lee continued coaching at Colby College, Worcester State University, and in the New England Collegiate Baseball League (one of the top college summer baseball leagues in the country). At the end of his baseball coaching career, he moved into the field of athletic administration, serving as the Assistant Athletic Director, at Bridgton Academy, and earned his Masters Degree in Sports Management, from Southern New Hampshire University.
Lee's transition to the world of golf started seven years ago when he was hired at Bridgton Academy, in North Bridgton, ME. During his time at BA, he developed even more of a passion for the sport of golf, and even started a year round golf program at the school. Lee prepared to start the program, he attained his Level III certification through the United States Golf Teachers Federation as a Certified Golf Teaching Professional. Additionally, he spent the past year as the Assistant Pro at Bridgton Highlands Country Club, and started the process of becoming certified through the PGA. Lee looks forward to continuing, and growing his career in golf here at FSCC!