Jag Gymnastics Booster Club operates as a 501(c)3 making any donations fully tax-deductible.
Jag Booster Club is actively seeking sponsors for the 2020/2021 competition season.
By day I serve as the Sr. V.P., Compliance & Ethics for Koch Ag & Energy solutions, and I've been with Koch companies for the past 23 years. My husband John and I live in Towanda with our three children, Amber (7), Rachel (9) and Vance (13). John is self employed as a Chiropractor near K-96 and 13th. Amber is on team and Rachel is in the rec gym program. Vance plays football, baseball, and runs track.
I grew up in Edmond, OK and was a competitive gymnast way back in the days when the levels started with IV and went the other direction; the sport has changed a lot over the last 3 decades! I've never really coached, but I did run my own gymnastics business while in college, taking equipment to various childcare centers around Stillwater, Ok to teach classes for kids 2- 8 yrs old. Tamra and Nicole graciously allowed me to help as a "volunteer coach" for Xcel bronze last year, which was a great re-introduction to the sport. I am personally very excited to get more involved serving the booster club this year, and have met some tremendous friends in our first year at the gym.
Amy is our only returning Board exec and will again fulfil the Secretary position. She and her husband Aaron have 3 kids and one granddaughter.
Her youngest Keira has been at our gym for 11 years (she says she is one of the "old" moms, but we call that "experienced!). Keira is 15 and is a 4th year level 10 with aspirations of collegiate gymnastics. Amy has served on the board the past 4 years and has taught preschool gymnastics for 10 years.
In her free time she loves to travel, watch gymnastics and spend time outside, hiking, kayaking, gardening etc. Amy is excited to see what innovative ideas this new group of people will bring to JAG BC.
Jennifer and her husband have 3 children, Tucker - 11, Maddie - 8, and Barrett - 5.
Maddie is starting her second year on team. Jennifer is a stay at home Mom, and her side hustle is in crafty things. You might have seen some of her work in the JAG custom water bottles being used by many of the girls!
Jennifer is originally from Plano, TX. While she competed a little in gymnastics while younger, her real love is horses. That love got her all the way to Oklahoma State’s Equestrian Team. While at OSU, she earned a degree in Landscape Contracting. There she also met her husband, Adam, of almost 13 years.
Jennifer lives on 11 acres east of Andover, and her families tries to spend as much time outside as they can. Jennifer loves to travel, camp, cook, and sit out on their back porch.
Katie Hanna is an Australian expat and was imported into the country by her husband in 2007. She swears she doesn’t still have an accent, and that not everything in Australia is out to kill you.
With a childhood spent in dance, horse riding, and gymnastics, she’s been around the sport a large chunk of her life. Her daughter Bria is entering her second year of competition, and Katie has some exciting ideas about fundraising options.
She spends most of her waking hours making stories up and selling them to people over the internet (she’s an author). The Hanna’s have two dogs, a cat, too many fish, and a slight obsession with visiting Australia.
Kristin & her husband, Mike, have four children, and the youngest, Violet, is starting her 4th year of team this year at JAG. Kristin says they have loved every minute of their JAG experience, from the great instruction to the friendly parents.
Kristin taught journalism at Andover High for almost 10 years before entering the non-profit world. She currently works for United Way of the Plains in downtown Wichita and enjoys raising support for United Way's important work in our community.
Kristin is excited the family is moving from Derby to east Wichita - just 5 minutes from JAG - this September. No more late nights of driving! Kristin enjoys building relationships, cooking, decorating, reading, exercising and enjoying the outdoors (when it isn't too hot!).