Where are they now?

Where are they now?
Nicky Anderson-Thurmond ’91 – Married, for 18 years, with two children,
and living in Southeast Mo. A stay-at-home, always on the go mom whose
family enjoys traveling, boating, skiing, cooking and gardening
Ellen Bain ’91 – A Strategic Account Executive for NIKE in Santa Monica,
Calif., and also a Yoga instructor (trainwithyoga.com)
Tera Bjorklund ‘04 – Is working at Level 3 Communications in Broomfield as
a Development Manager. She is active on the C Club Board of Directors.
Britney Blythe ’11 – Is a HR Shared Services Project Manager & Operations
Lead for Hitachi Data Systems in Santa Clara, Calif.
Eisha Bohman ’02 – Athletic Director,
Physical Education Teacher (Preschool-8th
grade) and Coach at Saint James Academy in
Solana Beach, Calif.
Kami Carmann Snyder ’01 – Covering all
Colorado sports teams as sports reporter for
KDVR Fox 31/KWGN 2 in Denver. She and her
husband, CU Associate SID Curtis Snyder, have
3-year old twins Sam and Lucy and a son
Cooper born in May 2013.
Virginie Delepine ’02 – Played professionally
in France from 2002-09 and is an English
teacher in France. She has a daughter, Lily.
Kami Carmann Snyder
Kate Fagan ’04 – Sports writer, columnist for
ESPN.com. She covered the NBA’s Philadelphia 76ers for the Philadelphia
Inquirer from 2008-11, before moving on to ESPN.
Crystal Ford Adams ’89 – Works as a consultant for AT&T in Denver and is
the mother of two.
Tami Garnett ’06 – Working as a consultant for Hitachi Consulting in Dallas.
Britt Hartshorn Gomer ’02 – Lives in Canon City, Colo., and works as a PRN
as a speech pathologist and is also a stay-at-home mom with daughter Brylin
(5), son Braysen (3) and daughter Brynlee born in October 2013.
Sherrice King ’93 – Has been at Texas A&M since 2001 where she is currently the associate director for general academic programs.
Linda Lappe ’03 – In her fourth year as the head women’s basketball coach
at Colorado
Jackie (McFarland) Ring ’08 – A tax senior for Ernst & Young in Denver.
Jackie and her husband Caleb have a son, Colt Alan Ring (2).
Mandy Nightingale ’02 – A high school counselor and head varsity girls basketball coach at Jenks High School in Oklahoma. She continues to water ski
and is a two time World Trick Champion.
Susie (Powers) Cheshire ’08 – A Spanish teacher and the first assistant varsity head girls basketball coach at Holy Family in Broomfield. Played professionally in Puerto Rico in 2008.
Jenny Roulier Huth ’02 – In her third season as an assistant women’s basketball coach
at UCLA.
Erin Scholz ‘97 – In her first year as an
assistant women’s basketball coach at Grand
Canyon University after spending the previous three seasons as the head coach at
Fresno Pacific. She spent four seasons as an
assistant coach at Utah State working for
former teammate and Aggies’ head coach
Raegan Pebley.
Sabrina Scott ’03 – Recently wrapped up a
10-year professional playing career, most
recently in Dunkerque, France (DMBC
Dunkerque). Her career also included stops in
Sweden, Germany, Italy, Portugal, Poland and
Raegan Scott-Pebley ’97 – In her second year as head women’s basketball
coach at Fresno State University, where she guided the Bulldogs to the NCAA
Tournament in 2013. Prior to Fresno, she spent nine seasons as the head
coach at Utah State.
Mindy Henry ’93 - Lives in Sterling, mother of three children (Kaylee 14, Tyler
8, Logan 5). Works as a 6th grade Special Ed teacher at Sterling Middle School
and is back at school working towards her Masters in Special Ed.
Shelly Sheetz ’95 – In her second season as
an assistant coach at Boston College after
four years on the bench at the University of
Julie Hoehing ’84 – Is the president and owner of the Tiger Herb Company,
lives in Louisville, Colo.
Hannah Skildum ’09 – Works as a financial
advisor for Merrill Lynch US Wealth
Management in Minneapolis.
Gail Hook ’82 – Head girls basketball coach at Monarch High School in
Louisville, Colo. Previous coaching stints at Centaurus High School (1991
State Champions), UNC-Greeley, Purdue University, ABL-Colorado Xplosion,
Charlotte Sting of the WNBA and USA Basketball (2012 Gold Medal @U17
World Championships in Amsterdam)
Bianca Smith ’10 – In her first season as an
assistant women’s basketball coach at Rice
University. She was the program’s video
coordinator last season.
Michell Irving ’81 – Retired from the University of Colorado as a lieutenant
in the CU Police Department in December 2007.
Dr. Debbie Jacobson ’92 – Is the director of sports medicine at St. Joseph
Family Practice and sees patients at Aspen Family Care in Highlands Ranch,
Colo. She is also the team physician for the Colorado Mammoth, the men’s
professional indoor lacrosse team in Denver.
Veronica Johns-Richardson ’05 – Teaches
algebra to grades 6-8 while also serving as the
Athletic Director, 8th Grade Advisor and IB
(International Baccalaureate) Coordinator at
Boulder Country Day School. Along with those
duties, she serves as the associate head coach
of both volleyball and girls basketball as well
as head coach of the girls soccer team.
Veronica Johns-Richardson
Debbie Johnson Deem ’91 – Is currently
teaching fifth grade at Aspen Creek K-8 School
in Broomfield, Colo. She has a masters in literacy and has published a teacher resource
book through Scholastic. She has two girls,
Samantha and Sydney, and her husband Tom is
a fish biologist.
Raegan Scott-Pebley
Shelley Sheetz
Jen Terry Powers ’97 – Is married and has 2
kids, a daughter, Marley Sierra (3) and a son,
Samuel Weston (1). She is currently on hiatus from the working world to stay at home
and raise the kids.
Tracy Tripp ’90 – Returned to her alma mater six years ago, currently works
as the Human Resources and Payroll Coordinator for CU Athletics. Spent 13
years as an assistant coach at Denver.
Jen Tubergen Warden ’92 – The former CU assistant and head coach of
Colorado State and Boise State is currently the Dean of Students at the
Casady School in Oklahoma City. She works with the basketball team and her
husband, Larry, is the boys and girls golf coach. They reside in Oklahoma City
and have two sons Brice (12) and Brock (10).
Lisa Van Goor ’85 – An active member of the Alumni C Club, she is living in
Boulder County.
Randie Wirt ’04 – Teaching kindergarten and coaching middle school volleyball and basketball at Boulder Country Day School. Was an assistant coach
at Colorado State for three years.