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Vice President FootballErin Brabazon

Erin has been the VP of GYFC since October of 2017. She and her husband James have been residents of Woodbury Heights since 2013 and have four children. Their oldest daughter, Cailee, will be a senior at Gateway in the fall, son, James IV, will be in third grade, daughter, Evangeline, will be in first grade, and youngest, Elleanor, will be three in September.

In addition to working with GYFC, she is the corresponding secretary for the HSA at Woodbury Heights Elementary. She has been involved with that organization as member at large for the 2017-2018 school year and will be heading into the final year of her two-year term as CS.

When not volunteering and caring for her family Erin works at Rowan College South Jersey as full-time faculty in the Liberal Arts division as an English professor. She has taught at the collegiate level for almost eight years. She is also also currently pursing a doctorate in higher education.

"As busy as I am, I thoroughly enjoy volunteering and working with organizations in the community.  I think it is important to give of yourself if you have the capability.  I look forward to our 2019 season as we roll into our biggest and best season yet.  Gator Nation!!!"

  



Vice President Cheer
Maggie McGrath
Maggie is not only the Vice President of Cheerleading but one of the Cheerleading head coaches too!. She has been part of the Gators since 2011. Previous to coaching the team she was a cheerleader herself. She has been part of many cheerleading squads over the years including Gateway’s Regional High School’s team. Maggie has coached both the older and younger squads over the past 4 seasons. Outside of cheerleading Maggie likes to spend time with her dogs Herbie and Penelope. She also attends Rowan University and is pursuing a degree in Mathematics.






SecretaryMarie Goddard
Marie serves as the Gator Youth Football & Cheer Secretary and Webmaster, She began her GYFC journey as the webmaster in 2017 when her son played for the team after asking about a website. Marie soon volunteered to help with the website and was nominated secretary when there was a vacancy. 

As a Board Member she enjoys sharing her ideas and is a very loud supporter from the sidelines. She is mom to 3 daughters and one son who despite being very slim is a blocker or guard at every sport he plays.



TreasurerKelly Smith



Sergeant at Arms:  Brian Brodsky
Brian is entering his first year as the Sgt. At Arms with the GYFC for the 2020 season. Brian and his wife, Carlene have been residents of Woodbury Heights since 2008 and have two children, to go along with their three cats, and new puppy. Their oldest son, Zachary will be entering 7th Grade at Gateway Regional Middle School in the fall and their youngest son, Benjamin wil l be in September. In addition to working with GYFC, he is a volunteer baseball coach for Woodbury Heights Little League and the South Jersey Rams travel baseball prog rams in the Tri-State Elite Travel Baseball League at the 8u and 12u levels. Brian has spent the better part of almost twenty years coaching football at the youth and high school level with stints at Jackson Memorial High School, Wall Township High School, Oakcrest High School, and Gateway Regional High School. Brodsky was on the coaching staff of the 2002 Wall Township High School Varsity football program that won the 2002 NJSIAA Group III State Championship. When not volunteering and caring for his family, Brian works at Woodbury Heights Elementary School as full-time faculty teaching 4th Grade English/Language Arts and Science. He has taught at the elementary level for over twenty years. He considers his father, Arnold, former Wall Township High School Chris Barnes, Rev. Gary Melton, Mrs. Janis Gansert, and many other professionals and coaches who have touched his coaching and teaching experiences with knowledge and advice over the years. 

Favorite quote: "This is the beginning of a new day. God has given me this day to use as I will. I can waste it or I can use it for good. What I do today is very important because I am exchanging a day of my life for it. When tomorrow comes, this day will be gone, forever, Leaving something in its place I have traded for it. I want it to be gain, not loss, good, not evil, Success, not failure, in order that I shall not Forget the price I paid for it!



Corresponding Secretary/Fundraising Director: Michaela Kircher
Michaela who has been married for over 8 years is mom to two wonderful sons and a favored aunt. Both of her sons are members of the Gators one as a player the other as a youth volunteer. She has been with GYFC as a volunteer since the 2018 season and bleeds Gator blue.

She joined GYFC because she wanted to make an impact on our local community and felt she could be a great asset to the organization. In her first year she hit the ground running exceeding her goal. As she reached out to community leaders, businesses and companies, Michaela's resources scored big. She was the force behind our first ever scholarship fund which allowed over 15 youth to participate at minimal cost!

Favorite Football Player: Fletcher Cox



Cheerleader Director/AgentErin Wyckoff
Erin is one of the head cheerleading coaches for the Gators along with being the Cheerleading Director. She grew up in Woodbury Heights and started cheerleading there when she was 8 years old. When she was 10 years old she joined the Gators.  The 2019 season will be her 11th year involved in the the organization and her 5th year coaching the mini/junior squads. She is currently a full time student at Rowan University and going into her junior year. At Rowan she is studying to become a teacher as an Elementary Education Major. 

Trustees
James Brabazon

John Yerka


 

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