David Thompson- Vice President & AAC Representative
David Thompson was born and raised in Tuscaloosa, AL. David earned a B.S. in Art from the
University of Alabama and is currently in Seminary at Memphis Theological. David is currently a full time pastor in Birmingham, Al. He is married to Tina and they have three daughters, Madelyn (5), Anna Blakely (3) and Lily (1). David has been a member of the United States Team Handball National team since 2001 and has represented the USA in 2 Pan American Games, a World Championships and various other international competitions; he is the vice president of the
USATH Board of Directors and sits on the Athletes Advisory Council for the U.S. Olympic Committee. David enjoys time with family, sports and playing music.
Tomuke Ebuwei- AAC Alternate
Tomuke Ebuwei graduated from Penn State University where she was competed on the Volleyball team. She helped captain the Nittany Lions to two NCAA Division I Championship Finals. She first saw team handball in action on television in the 1992 Goodwill Games. After college she was encouraged to tryout for team handball by the athletic administrator from the university where she was coaching volleyball at the time. In the summer of 2003, Tomuke was picked as one of the WNT athlete for the 2003 Pan Am Games in the Dominican Republic. Since then she has participated in the residency program in Cortland, NY, played for a club team in Sweden and continues to referee and play in the US.
Tomuke completed her MBA at Penn State in 2010 and is currently taking classes towards a PhD. She resides in the DC area with her daughter and two dogs.