Board of Directors
Mr. Baiyor has over 30 years of experience accounting for domestic and international non-profits, including fund accounting and preparing the annual tax filings. In addition to serving on the PCG Board, he is currently serving one international and one other domestic non-profit. He has significant accounting, regulatory and tax experience serving for-profit companies in a wide range of industries.
His extensive business experience includes integration of acquisitions for eleven private-equity groups with multi-state, multi-location and international companies. Mr. Baiyor has significant regulatory and payroll compliance experience for federal, state and local governments.
Darryl Clark has lived in metro Atlanta for over 27 years …. 25 in Gwinnett and 2 in DeKalb (Doraville). As an avid mountain biker and advocate, Darryl is a founding member of the Gwinnett Area Trail Riders (GATR, now MTB-Gwinnett). GATR was an active chapter of the International Mountain Biking Association and Southern Off-Road Bike Association. Darryl served in various roles and helped create over 30 miles of mountain bike trails in Gwinnett County Parks through community education, trail building and trail maintenance. Darryl’s professional career is in education. He is a former public school teacher and administrator. He has held corporate positions in business development, sales and virtual learning. Darryl’s goal is to use his talents and skills as an educator and business professional to build advocacy support for the Peachtree Creek Greenway through relationship building and community education.
The PCG Inc Founder, Betsy Eggers, brings a variety of business and leadership experience to Peachtree Creek Greenway. For over twenty years, she was co-founder/CFO of ArchiTech, a design-develop-build firm that built single and multi-family homes and redeveloped warehouses into mixed-used spaces. With a Masters in Occupational Therapy, Betsy worked in the Rehab Department of DeKalb Medical Center for 23 years. She was the founding president of the Brookhaven Fields Civic Association, served on the Community Council for rezoning reviews, was founding Board member of the Fugees Family, was Treasurer of the Atlanta Friends Meeting, and served as Board Chair for the Global Village Project, a local school for refugee teenage girls. She and her husband, Jack Honderd, have lived in Brookhaven for over 30 years.
With over 20 years of legal experience, Mary B. Galardi is the founder of Galardi Law located in Brookhaven. She practices in the areas of estate planning, probate, business law, and non-profit entities. Mary is a Fellow in the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC). Mary has been named a Georgia Super Lawyer by Atlanta Magazine every year since 2006 in the areas of estate planning and probate. Additionally, she has been named one of the top 50 Women Lawyers in the State of Georgia eleven times and in 2019, one of the top 100 Lawyers in the State of Georgia. Mary was the Chair of the Fiduciary Law Section of the State Bar of Georgia from 2017-2018. She is active in the Atlanta Bar Association having served on the Board of Directors of the Estate Planning & Probate Section from 2005-2013 and serving as the Chair from 2011-2012. Also active in civic organizations, Mary served as the Secretary of the Board of Directors of the Boys & Girls Club of Gwinnett County. She was awarded the 2006 Woman of the Year Award of the Boys & Girls Club Board of Directors. Having walked and biked on the various trails and greenways in Atlanta, she is excited to be a part of bringing the Peachtree Creek Greenway to Brookhaven and surrounding areas.
Ronda has lived near North Fork Peachtree Creek since 1964 – and for years, she never knew it was there! She is thrilled to be part of the discovery, clean-up and protection of this local treasure.
Ronda’s deep-rooted concern for our environment has heightened in the last decade because of extended visits to highly-polluted world capitols as well as travels to locales that value and protect air and water. She sees working toward transportation alternatives that make both the environment and the citizenry healthier as a golden opportunity to create a legacy for future generations.
With 30 years of experience in sales, building and managing sales teams, creating and developing new business entities, customer relations, and 15 years of business ownership with Standard Office Systems, Ronda looks forward to creating opportunities for all citizens to contribute to the success of the Peachtree Creek Greenway.