Race Management Team
Dave McGillivray, Race Director
Dave has served as the director of the New Balance Falmouth Road Race since 2012. Aside from his official title as director, Dave is also a prominent philanthropist, author, and motivational speaker, as well as an accomplished athlete. In 1981, Dave founded Dave McGillivray Sports Enterprises, Inc. (DMSE), a firm that manages mass participatory road race events, including the Boston Marathon. He has also co-authored a book entitled “The Last Pick”, which chronicles his childhood as the last pick for team sports due to his small stature. The purpose of his book is to encourage readers to never underestimate their own ability, a message Dave also aims to convey in his motivational speeches.
His passion for running has extended beyond his professional life into his philanthropic endeavors. In 1978, Dave ran a total distance of 3,452 miles—from Medford, Oregon, to his hometown of Medford, Massachusetts. His efforts raised thousands of dollars for the Jimmy Fund and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. Another of Dave’s notable charitable athletic achievements occurred in 1982, when he raised $10,000 for the Carroll Center for the Blind in Newton, MA, by running the Boston Marathon in 3:14 while blindfolded. To date, Dave has logged over 150,000 miles, chanelling his love of running to raise millions of dollars for those in need.
Jennifer Edwards, General Manager
Jennifer has been with the Falmouth Road Race since 2011 as part of the Dave McGillivray Sports Enterprises, Inc. (DMSE) team. She is also the Hydration Station Coordinator for the B.A.A. Boston Marathon and the Programming Coordinator for the Runner’s World Half Marathon & Festival in Bethlehem, PA. A graduate of UMASS Amherst with a master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology, she worked in the healthcare field for over 15 years before transitioning to the running industry. A former high school track and XC runner, she enjoyed coaching high school athletes when she lived in CT. Jennifer is an active member of the community serving as Vice Chair on the Falmouth Chamber of Commerce board of directors, as a member of the Falmouth Walk Committee, the Heroes in Transition Ruck4HIT Committee, and as a volunteer for Falmouth Volunteers in Public Schools (VIPS). She enjoys all aspects of life in Falmouth with her 14-year old son.
Matt Auger, Race Operations Manager
Matt began his involvement with the Falmouth Road Race in 1990 as an office staff member. Currently, Matt serves as the Race Operations Manager, as well as the Elite Athlete Program Manager. He also helps to produce road races across the country for Dave McGillivray Sports Enterprises, Inc. (DMSE Inc.) and the ZOOMA Women’s Half Marathon Series. Matt holds a Masters in Education, and was a former second grade teacher. He is a Falmouth native, and he and his wife, Eilis, who is a former office staff member, have two children together. Outside of the office, Matt enjoys running and training for races.
Megan Faulkner, Expo Manager
Megan has worked with the New Balance Falmouth Road Race as the Health & Fitness Expo Manager since 2012. Having previously worked for New Seabury, Megan holds over 20 years of experience in event planning and business. As a Falmouth native, Megan is actively involved the community, and enjoys volunteering at her daughters’ schools. Megan’s husband and two daughters also share her love of service and the Falmouth Road Race, and are frequent volunteers and runners of the race.
Joanna Bennett, Program Manager
Joanna is a Falmouth native and has enjoyed watching the Falmouth Road Race since she was little. A graduate from Bridgewater State University, she has a background in writing and editing. Joanna is the Program Manager for the office and is excited to be working with the brilliant team here. She loves everything that Cape Cod has to offer and enjoys exploring it with her husband and son.
Barbara Huebner, Media Manager
Barbara has worked as a news editor and sports journalist with the Boston Globe. In her 19 years at the Globe, Barbara supervised coverage of the 100th Boston Marathon and covered three Olympics—ideal rehearsal for becoming a freelance media consultant and Media Manager of the New Balance Falmouth Road Race. A native Cheesehead, she refuses to apologize for being a Green Bay Packers fan, but has otherwise embraced all things New England, including a love of running and its great tradition here. She still drinks morning coffee from her favorite 1993 Falmouth mug.
Matt Kinsella, Athletes with Disabilities/Wheelchair Program Manager
Matt started working for the Falmouth Road Race in 2017 as the Wheelchair/AWD Manager. Being a Falmouth native, he understands how important the event is to the community, and the great history behind the race. In addition to working for the race, Matt is also a third grade teacher at East Falmouth Elementary School. Outside of the office, Matt loves to take advantage of all that the Cape has to offer, as well as going to many concerts and sporting events.