Executive Director/ Owner
Caleb is the Executive Director and Owner of Club Sports Alaska. He was born and raised in Anchorage and grew up playing basketball, soccer, baseball, cross-country, and track. After graduating from the University of Alaska Anchorage, Caleb worked for two years as a mechanical engineer. He realized that engineering was not his passion and that he really wanted to make a difference in the lives of kids.
So he started on a new path as the Physical Education teacher for Grace Christian School, where he graduated. Caleb strives to teach kids the importance of being healthy as well as build character and confidence through sports. He has also coached basketball at the high school and junior high level for four years. Caleb is a certified ASAA High School Coach.
Executive Director / Founder
Steve is the Executive Director and Founder of Club Sports Alaska and has lived in Alaska for more than 30 years. Steve started his career in sports education with Boys Clubs of America. He moved to Alaska as Associate Executive Director for the Boys Clubs of Alaska. After ten years with the Boys and Girls Club, Steve followed his passion of educating today's youth as a Physical Education Teacher for the Anchorage School District for 27 years. Most recently Steve held the position of Children’s Pastor at Faith Christian Community.
Steve received his undergraduate degree at Arizona State University and holds national certificates with FIFA and the NSCAA. He did seven years with BSF and was recognized by the Anchorage School District as a BP Teacher of Excellence.
Danis is the marketing director for Club Sports Alaska. She was born and raised in Anchorage, Alaska. Growing up, she played soccer with this very program when it was called Gladys Wood Soccer! She remained active in sports through high school, playing volleyball, soccer, basketball and running track. Now she works part time at the Children’s Hospital at Providence as a registered nurse. She is a mother and wife, and has a passion for keeping children active, healthy and living to their full potential.
Jared is responsible for the day to day operations of the Club Sports Flag-football program. His Family came to Alaska in 1906 and he was born in Anchorage in 1975 where he has lived his entire life. In 1994 he graduated from West High and that summer was hired as an assistant Coach at West. He coached football there until the beginning of the 2008 season. From 2010-2012 he sat on the Boys and Girls club Football advisory board as well as coaching the Romig football team. He has volunteered his time for many years helping run youth programs at Our Lady of Guadalupe church and works in the children's department at Faith Christian Community for the past three years.
Jared joined the Club Sports team as the flag-football director in 2014 and looks forward to helping start several new and exciting sports in the Club Sports brand.
Gabe grew up in a military family were moving from base to base frequently was common, but he always found sports as a great way to meet friends and develop lifelong skills wherever he went. Some of the places he has lived in were Arizona, Germany, Alaska, Michigan, Texas and Ohio. Before moving back to Alaska, Gabe coached High School Boys Lacrosse and played Men’s Lacrosse in Ohio. In 2010, Gabe made his return to Alaska. He played lacrosse with the Anchorage Bush Pilots Men’s Lacrosse Team and has a large passion for growing the game of Lacrosse in Alaska. Since 2018 he has been the acting director of Anchorage Lacrosse Association and is always excited to get as many Alaskan kids as possible to fall in love with lacrosse. Gabe believes that family and sports go hand in hand and every kid should try as many new sports as possible. Some of the best athletes out there have not found their sport just yet….
Homeschool Programs Director
Hilary has coached a variety of youth sports for over 10 years. She grew up in Pennsylvania where sports were part of her family’s weekly routine. She enjoyed competitive Swimming, Track and XC running from a young age. As a teenager, she was introduced to Biathlon and Cross-country skiing which ultimately led her to Alaska. She skied Division 1 for the University of Maine at Presque Isle before taking a ski coaching job in Fairbanks in 2016. In 2020, she was the head coach of the Youth Mountain Biking program in Fairbanks before life moved her to Anchorage. Hilary loves sharing her passion for sports with kids and seeks to build character, confidence and life skills through coaching.