Choose Water Board of Directors
Walter Albritton is a United Methodist minister now serving as an associate pastor of Saint James United Methodist Church in Montgomery, AL. He is the author of several books available from Amazon.com. You can find his books here: https://www.amazon.com/Walter-M.-Albritton/e/B001K8SXTQ/ref=sr_tc_2_0?qid=1521225736&sr=1-2-ent . Walter encourages the missionary vision to share Christ with the world. He has visited mission work in 26 countries including South America, Central America, the Far East and Africa. In recent years he has helped to provide wells with clean water in Zambia, having visited that country three times. He is praying for every village in Zambia to soon have clean water from their own well.
Walter and his wife Dean have 5 children, 12 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren
Brad Armagost is Executive Vice President of the Montgomery, Alabama region for ServisFirst Bank, where he is responsible for the commercial and private banking functions. Previously, Mr. Armagost worked for over 20 years at Regions Bank and BankTrust.
Mr. Armagost was a member of Leadership Montgomery Class XIX, and served as the past state Chairman of the Alabama Young Bankers Association. In addition to his role as Board Member for Choose Water, Mr. Armagost served as the 2013 River Region United Way Campaign, American Cancer Society Vintage Affair Wine Committee, member of the Montgomery Chamber of Commerce Chairman’s Circle, Board Member of the Montgomery Area Business Committee for the Arts, Young Life Parent Committee, Saint James School Strategic Planning Committee and plays lead guitar in the St James UMC Praise Band. He served in the United States Army Reserve from 1986 – 1993. He holds a B.S. in Accounting from the University of Alabama, is a graduate of the Stonier Graduate School of Banking held at Georgetown University and the Bank Administration Institute’s Graduate School of Financial Management held at Vanderbilt University.
He and his wife Grace Ann have two sons: Chandler and Cole.
Mary Margaret Carroll
Mary Margaret, a native of Ozark, was born and raised in the Wiregrass region of Alabama. Mary Margaret attended the University of Alabama for both undergraduate and law school, during which time she was elected Student Government Association President and served as the student trustee for the University of Alabama System Board of Trustees. Mary Margaret is an attorney for Fine Geddie & Associates in Montgomery, Alabama. She previously interned for United States Senator Jeff Sessions.
Mary Margaret was selected for the Alabama State Bar’s Leadership Forum in 2016. She is an advisory board member for the University of Alabama Department of Community Affairs and the Blackburn Institute. She volunteers with the Birmingham Children’s Theatre and the Montgomery YMCA.
Mary Margarey was named one of “30 Women Who Shape the State” by AL.com and Birmingham Magazine in November 2016.
Brad Goode is the Associate Pastor of Dauphin Way United Methodist Church in Mobile, Alabama. He grew up outside of Chicago, IL and graduated from Olivet Nazarene University with a B.S. in Religion. After college, he ministered in Detroit MI, Honolulu HI, and Vail CO before staying nine years at Saint James UMC in Montgomery. He is currently pursuing a master’s degree from Asbury Theological Seminary.
Brad has been married nine years to Rachel and has three children: Caroline, Amelia and Owen.
Mike is currently the Chairman of the Board for Choose Water. Mike is a manager at Jim Bishop Cabinets in Montgomery, Alabama. He is an active volunteer with his church, where he regularly plays guitar and sings in the worship band, and is involved with several non-profits in Montgomery. Mike is married to his wife, Erin, and have three children Abby, Mason, and Mary Carter.
Bob is the executive director of Serving and Outreach at Christ United Methodist Church in Memphis, TN. Bob previously worked as a television manager before starting a construction company. He is married to his wife, Laura. Bob has three children: Hannah, Camille, and Rob, and two grandchildren.