The WEBC Executive Committee consists of the president, vice president, treasurer and secretary.
Meet the 2019-20 WEBC Board Members!
Lisa has been involved in competitive cheer for 14 years, starting with her older daughter, Taylor, and now Annabelle. During this time, she has been a Team Mom several years and held both the Secretary and President board positions at a previous gym, and now the Vice President for WEBC. Prior to competitive cheer, Lisa was the President of Manchester Youth Football for five years, managing a program of over 500 youth cheerleaders and football players.
Lisa and her husband, Chris, have four children ages 15-25 and a one year old granddaughter. They live in Jackson Township in Stark County. Professionally, Lisa works part-time as a freelance business consultant. She retired after a 20 year career with Manpower Group, where she led a high level team of strategy consultants managing several global 500 accounts across multiple countries.
Kristy has one daughter, Kaitlyn, who is 13 years old and going into the eighth grade at Brecksville-Broadview Heights Middle School. Kaitlyn is currently on Authority for the second season. Kristy harmlessly enrolled Kaitlyn in an afterschool tumbling program that was advertised at the elementary school the first year living in the district. Kaitlyn took classes off and on until one day she landed her back handspring. It was at that point Kaitlyn asked her mom if she could join all-star cheer. After one year of the half year program during World Elite’s inaugural year, Kristy and Kaitlyn were ready to jump in with both feet. Last year was their first year in the full year in the program and both Kristy and Kaitlyn have made many friends and memories with their WE family.
Kristy has been in the financial world for her entire professional career. She has been at KeyBank for the past 7 years where she currently holds the position of Business Banking Sales Leader. Kristy loves helping business owners realize their dreams and it was through her passion for finance and business that brought her to the position of Treasurer for WEBC.
Both Kristy and Kaitlyn enjoy traveling to anywhere with a beach, mostly Naples, Florida and Redondo Beach, California. Kristy loves enjoying a drink and laughing with friends, especially on a patio near water, going to Cedar Point, and singing loudly in the car with Kaitlyn. Besides Kaitlyn, Kristy also has a chubby black cat named Spooky.
Renee is a mom of four children, Brian (25), Breannah (23), Olivia (16) and Sophia (13). She recently became a first-time grandma (NanNea) of the incredibly adorable 3 ½ month old Jensen. She has been married to her husband Pat (WE Selfie King) for 27 years.
Renee has been involved in cheerleading for the last 16 years which started with Breannah taking a summer cheer camp in kindergarten. This season Olivia is on her third year with Crave and Sophia is on her second year with Authority.
Renee is community oriented. She sits on a design and creativity committee for Montville Township Cares. This is a community group that develops and coordinates large scale, free community events from Easter Egg hunts, Movie Nights and the now famous Montville Twp. Spooky/Scary Walk in October of each year. Renee is passionate about service and spends her time at the Montville Township Food Bank which is part of the Medina County Police Activity League. Here she coordinates supplies, organization of pantry, packing of food and delivery of meals for several families throughout the school district. Because of her service, she was nominated and received the George H.W. Bush Point of Light award #6414.
Renee works part-time as a Merchandiser for American Greetings. She loves cruising, visiting local breweries and spending time with her family. She is excited to be apart of WEBC and is looking forward to an amazing competition season at World Elite.
The communications chair not part of the executive team.
Angela is a mother to two children: Siena is nine and is currently on Authority and Ryder is four and is a Ninja! She has been married to her husband, Eric, for five years.
Angela's adventure in the world of all-star cheer began on accident when she enrolled Siena in a cheer class in 2012. Before she knew what was happening, Siena was on the exhibition team, Cheerubs. Seven years and seven teams later, Siena is still in love with the sport.
Angela has a passion for communications and marketing, and has been working in the digital marketing space for over 15 years. Currently employed at Northeast Ohio Medical University, she also volunteers for the WEBC Booster Club and is also providing her talents to Fields Playground Group, a non-profit organization that is working to bring an inclusive playground to Portage County.
Angela enjoys spending time with her family, riding motorcycles with her husband, going to CrossFit, attending concerts and traveling. She is also mom to a dog, four goats and a pig.