Christine Calvert, Owner

A National Safety Instructor and Skill Evaluator for USA Gymnastics and a National Safety Instructor for the American Association of Cheerleading Coaches and Advisors (AACCA), Christine Calvert is a forty-five year coaching veteran. Ms. Calvert sits on the Georgia Board of Directors of USA Gymnastics and is a former Board Member of the Georgia Amateur Athletic Union.

Former varsity cheerleading Advisor and Sponsor at Emory University, Calvert has served as a head judge for the UCA National High School, College and All-Star Cheerleading Championships. Ms. Calvert serves as a consultant to various national organizations and is widely published in leading gymnastics and cheerleading periodicals as well as being a featured contributor to InsideCheerleading magazine. Calvert is also a contributor to the third addition of the safety manual for the American Association of Cheerleading Coaches and Advisors and the 2nd and 3rd addition of the USA Gymnastics Safety Manual. Calvert has been a featured presenter at local, regional and national business conferences for over two decades.

A high school and Special Olympics gymnastics coach and judge, Calvert is a life member of the National Registry of Who’s Who and was honored with the USA Gymnastics 2005 Service Award of Excellence.

Calvert is also the Vice President of KEYS and G.A.A.P, Inc., a nationally and internationally recognized program for children with epilepsy and autism.

  • Angelica Gillott (Jelly)

    Part of the AGC family for twenty years, first as a gymnast, then a coach, and now as the Director of the Special Needs Program (Bridging the G.A.A.P)

    Currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree in psychology and planning to pursue a master’s in occupational therapy

  • Briana Green

    Preschool Instructor

    Santa Fe University of Art & Design

  • Lauren Johnson

    10 years gymnastics coaching experience

    AGC competitive optional program coach for 8 years

    Currently pursuing a Masters degree in Nutrition with a Bachelors Degree in Exercise Science at Georgia State.

  • Tawana Johnson

    Attended Georgia State studying child development and psychology

    13 years gymnastics experience

  • Lorena Johnson (Ren)

    16 years coaching gymnastics experience

    AGC competitive optional program coach for 7 years

    Attended Rutgers University on a full gymnastics scholarship

    Georgia Level 10 USAG State Champion and National Qualifier

  • Michael Maiorano

    JO men’s competitor

    Graduated University of Colorado at Boulder

  • Carmen Nelms

    Four time USAG level 10 national qualifier

    Competed collegiate gymnastics at Auburn University

    5 years coaching experience

  • Latara Northcutt

    Competed as a Georgia gymnast for 7 years

    11 years coaching gymnastics experience – 5 at AGC

    State Vault and Beam Champion Senior Year

    Collegiate gymnastics participant at Rutgers University

  • Ginger Paruka

    8 years coaching experience, 5 years competitively!

    Florida USAG level 10 competitive gymnast

    Professional Choreographer (gymnastics, cheer, and dance)

  • Toya Sessoms

    Competed as a Georgia gymnast for 8 years

    6 years coaching gymnastics experience

  • Erin Swartz

    Competitive level 9 gymnast with 15 years gymnastics experience

    Attended Auburn University

    Coached Level 2 and 3 at Auburn Gymnastics Academy

  • Kelsey Thomasson

    Mississippi USAG level 10 gymnast, 18 years of gymnastics experience

    Auburn University gymnast for four years and graduated with Bachelors Degree in Exercise Science. Currently a Doctor of Physical Therapy Student at Georgia State

    8 years of coaching experience- competitive team coach and choreographer

  • Devon Slaughter

    15 years gymnastics experience

    Currently attending Georgia State

    USA Gymnastics certified with 5 years coaching experience

    Junior Olympic Competitor