Revolutionary Coworking

Board of Directors

Revolutionary Coworking is a 501(c)3 nonprofit, and Member-owned and operated.

Our members serve on the Board, provide vision, excitement and drive.

By working together at Revolutionary Coworking, we are building a new downtown Fayetteville work scene. 


Revolutionary Coworking’s Board of Directors serves on a volunteer basis, and are committed to the growth and sustainability of this vital element to facilitate the underserved businesses across the Fayetteville region.

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Metoya brings to Revolutionary Coworking more than seven years of marketing and public relations experience through building brands for emerging businesses. Since moving to Fayetteville in the summer of 2018, she has proven herself  as a vital asset while serving as Assistant to the Mayor and City Council in Fayetteville. She spends her free time engaging in volunteerism and outreach. From fostering the civic partnership between Mayor Mitch Colvin and Delivering Good to spearheading Fayetteville’s inaugural Juneteenth festivities for Circa 1865, she finds purpose in serving her community.

Metoya studied Business Marketing at Prairie View A&M University and became skilled in project and operations management. She is also a volunteer for Light Up Fayetteville in Pink and a member of Jack and Jill of America, Inc. Metoya  is passionate about supporting small business owners in pursuing their goals and is thrilled to be a part of the Revolutionary Coworking Board in Fayetteville, NC.


Metoya is the President Elect of the 2020 - 2021 term, serving as the organization's second President since its inception in 2016.

President Elect 2020-2021

Executive Board Member

Metoya Scott

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Brad is the Vice President Elect for the 2020-2021 term of Revolutionary Coworking's Board of Directors. 

He leads sales for the Fayetteville region for Ecolab.

VP Elect 2020-2021

Executive Board Member

Bradley Richardson

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Hanah is a mom, an entrepreneur, mil spouse, and leader of an environmental nonprofit. Hanah is committed to Fayetteville and the progress of her family's hometown.

Co-Founder & 

Immediate Past President


Executive Board Member

Hanah Ehrenreich

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With roots in Fayetteville since 2015, Annaliese brings a diverse background in start-ups, aerospace and entrepreneurship. 

She serves as Treasurer and Chair of the Finance Committee, as well as Co-Chair for the Beautification Committee, dedicated to the fiscally sustainable operation and growth of the organization, and its ongoing efforts to continue the improvements of our coworking space and value for the greater startup and military community.


Executive Board Member

Chair, Finance Committee

Co-Chair, Beautification Committee

Annaliese Peterson


Intro coming soon!

Board Member

Avalon Taylor


Intro coming soon!

Co-Founder &

Board Member

Adam Van Treuren


Intro coming soon!

Board Member

Aimee Hedges-Freeman

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Stacie is a Military Spouse, Business Owner, Caterer, Host at Bronco Television and Podcast Host. She also contributes to Array Magazine, and has recently expanded her Household 6 Catering business to now include an incredible food truck serving gourmet and delectable dishes in the Fayetteville region!

Stacie also serves as Co-Chair of the Beautification Committee, using her creative genius to enhancing the culture and environment of the coworking spaces.

Household 6 Catering


Simply Life Podcast

Simply Cooking

Simply Life with Stacie Simfuke

Simply Cooking (co-production of Bronco Television and Fayetteville State University)

Board Member

Co-Chair, Beautification Committee

Stacie Simfukwe

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