Mike is currently the President of HydroXphere, LLC, www.hydroxphere.com, a software development company creating innovative mobile and website software for the aquatic industry. Prior to joining HydroXphere, Mike spent four years with CAPTRUST Financial Advisors in Raleigh as a Nonqualified deferred compensation consultant. In addition to his work at HydroXphere, Mike manages the Curran Family Foundation, a private foundation with a mission to positively impact the lives of children and young adults and is the volunteer acting Executive Director for the Triangle Aquatic Center, a nonprofit public aquatic facility in Cary, NC that provides year-round public access to health, safety, recreation and competition aquatic programming. Mike and his wife Robyn of 32 years have lived in Wake County since 1988 and currently reside in Cary. They have three grown daughters, Kristin, Bryttany and Danielle
K. Robert Bell, Jr., Vice President
Robbie is a Civil Engineer and a Partner and President of Bass, Nixon & Kennedy, Inc., a consulting engineering firm in Raleigh. Robbie holds a BS & PR degree in Civil Engineering from North Carolina State University. He and his wife, Margaret, live in Wake County with their two children, Thomas and Victoria. Both children have been involved in year-round swimming since elementary school.
Bryttany Curran, Director
Bryttany was born and raised in North Carolina where she grew up swimming year round. After swimming for four years at the University of Tennessee as a Lady Vol, Bryttany moved to Boston for a year and then returned to North Carolina. Bryttany leads the global business development efforts at Novareté, an innovative software company that enhances company culture through continuous employee engagement and alignment. In addition, Bryttany works with TAC’s partner, The Ninja Challenge, a 5k obstacle race to promote drowning awareness.
Robyn Curran, Director
Robyn Curran works diligently as the Triangle Aquatic Center’s volunteer Senior Director of Finance . Being a lifetime swimmer, a swim-mom, and a volunteer meet director for many years, Robyn’s experience helping TAC pursue its mission has been invaluable. Robyn and her husband Mike have lived in Wake County since 1988 and currently reside in Cary. They have three grown daughters, Kristin, Bryttany and Danielle.