Meet the Team

Cars don’t drive themselves, yet. Meet our team at Monticello Wine Tour and Coach Co! Whether our goal is to get you to the airport on time, drive you to Charlottesville’s awarding winning wineries and breweries, or help with your wedding transportation, these are some of the folks that help make it possible.

Anna Quillon

Operations & Logistics Coordinator

Known to many as Instagram's "The Hometown Tourist", Anna brings her enthusiasm for living local to her role as Operations & Logistics Coordinator. Anna has a knack for working with our guests to create an experience that is tailored to their taste. Also a winner of a 2015 Charlottesville Albemarle Tourism Recognition Award, Anna truly excels at customer service. When she's not with working for us, she's out adventuring somewhere, doing something blog-worthy. 

Kate Farley

Director of Sales and Customer Experience

A long-time local and lover of all things Charlottesville, Kate knows just about everything there is to know about the goings on around town. Whether she's offering restaurant recommendations or filling us in on upcoming events, Kate is always looking for ways to enhance our guests' experience. Kate comes to us from the prestigious Yellowstone Club where she ran the concierge program for the private membership. 


With a strong appreciation for all things wine (especially rosé!), Allison loves spending her time in Virginia wine country! She is a North Carolina native, a Wake Forest Deacon, and a Yale graduate. Allison spends part of her week working as a hospice chaplain in the Charlottesville community. You might be able to find her enjoying Crosé on Wine Wednesdays!


As a microbiology teacher and lacrosse coach, Todd has a plethora of teaching experience and has put that experience to use on the Monticello Wine Trail. Todd can teach you a thing or two about the top vineyards in the area! An avid mountain biker, you might see Todd out on the trail if you're adventuring in the Blue Ridge Mountains.



A University of Virginia alumnus and local Nelson County native, Willy knows the area well and grew up right off of the BREW Ridge Trail. Willy loves canoeing on the river, hiking on the Appalachian Trail, and enjoying local bluegrass and folk music. If you need recommendations for places to have fun in Charlottesville and in the Blue Ridge Mountains, he's your guy!

Travis Wilburn


When Travis moved to Charlottesville in 2000, he found a perfect marriage for his passion for buildings, music, and art. An architect-at-heart without the ability to draw, he found himself drawn to the historic homes in Charlottesville and the Blue Ridge with no way to work with them. Solution: Stay Charlottesville. Travis continues to bring that same passion with him to Stay Charlottesville every day. True to his fun, competitive nature, he will one day open a 28-room boutique inn, right next to Bill’s.

Bill Chapman


Bill Chapman is a Charlottesville native who worked in the media business for 20 years after co-founding the local free weekly paper C-VILLE Weekly. In his spare time he pursues adaptive reuse projects in the local real estate arena. Recently, he opened his 27-room boutique inn in an old boarding house at UVA. When not at one of his many ventures, he sails, cooks, and drives old cars to his kids' lacrosse games.