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Born in Rochester, New York & raised in Atlanta, Georgia. Eldest of four and teach the importance of leading by example. Passionate about youth development on and off the field. Work within executive administration and enjoy spending time with family & utilizing my love for physical fitness!
I am a licensed insurance agent by trade. Have coached youth football 16 years, winning league championships all 16 years. I’ve been fortunate to have coached several collegiate athletes over that time.
Aundell Terrell Sr. was born in Rochester NY and has been a transport of Atlanta since 2001. He is a dedicated husband, father, and grandfather. He enjoys working out and training during his leisure time. He is truly passionate about giving page to youth in need and plays a big role in The AJ Terrell Foundation. His favorite quote is “The Difference between Ordinary and Extraordinary is the Commitment to doing EXTRA”
Coach Robert Wilson, is a native of College Park, Ga. He is four-time All -American in Track and Field, Southern University Hall of Fame member, and 12-time SWAC Champion. Coach Wilson served as the Head Track and Field Coach at Westlake High School in Atlanta, Ga where he was a seven-time state champion and was recognized as 2006, 2009, 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016 Georgia track coach of the year. Coach Wilson now serves as the Athletic Director at Shiloh High School in Gwinnett County where he has been named the Region Athletic Director of the Year two times. As an avid mentor to young men at Shiloh High School, he provides structured and trusting relationships with our future leaders. He gives guidance, support and encouragement which is aimed at developing the competence and character of the young men that he mentors. Humble, determined and student-focused are just a few words to describe how much of an inspiration he is to the students at Shiloh High School.