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Ashley Brown

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Owner, Director of Operations & Accounting

469-285-1186

ashley@libertycheerallstars.com

Ashley is one of the owners of Liberty. She was born and raised in Midlothian, where she became best-friends with Lyndsey. Ashley was involved in softball and tennis growing up. She met  Lyndsey’s brother David in 1997 and they are highschool sweethearts and have been married for over 18yrs. David moved to College Station ,Texas in 1999 and Ashley followed in 2000 where David finished his degree from Texas A&M, mean while Ashley attended Blinn College and ran her couture jewelry line. Ashley and David married in 2001 and moved back to Midlothian in 2002 and have lived there ever since. She and her family opened Liberty in 2006.  The Lord has blessed the Brown family with three precious children, her oldest son Brooks is a Ninja Instructor at Liberty and her youngest son Braydon skateboards, Bristol is their baby girl and " Gym Rat" who has been competing with Liberty's Cheer & Dance teams since she was 5! 


Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for human masters, since you know that you will receive an inheritance from the Lord as a reward. It is the Lord Christ you are serving." -Colossians 3:23-24

Lyndsey Rose

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Owner, Program Director,   All-Star Coach

817-714-3592

Lyndsey is one of the owners of Liberty!  She has been in the cheer and gymnastics world since the 3rd grade!  She cheered all through Middle School and High School in Midlothian where she graduated.  Lyndsey was also on the MHS Competition Squad as well,   Lyndsey received a Scholarship for Cheer at Tyler Jr. College.  She married her High School sweetheart Jeremy Rose. Lyndsey was a Cosmetology Instructor for a couple years and then went into business on her own as a Hair Stylist and Make-up Artist.  After opening Liberty in 2006 she became busy and put her focus on Liberty and her family.  Lyndsey has 3 little girls who are also being brought up in the gym and a son named Reid.  Lyndsey has been coaching competition cheer for over 14 years.  Lyndsey is also a certified gymnastics instructor and loves coaching both sports. 

"Cheer and gymnastics is what I do and it is what I love! The kids make it all worth it.  It isn't an easy industry all of the time and it is a lot of work and commitment but it is worth it when you see a kid become confident that was once shy..or you watch a child grow in skills and in life. It is very rewarding to watch these amazing kids grow up and be a part of it.  To see them graduate and go off into the world a great person and you got to be a part of their life... it is a true blessing!"  

Teffennee Harrison

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All Around Recreational Gymnastics Instructor, All Around Competitive Gymnastics Instructor & Office Manager

Teffennee Harrison  is a very devoted mother of two girls, Kylee & Keegan.  Working with children most of her life in Mother’s Day out programs, church nurseries & preschools sure does make her a great fit here at Liberty.  

She is CPR, risk management, 1st aid certified as well as USA Gymnastics background checked & Safe Sport certified.  She has attended GAT for the past 5 years & Region 3 Congress also. She has coached Mom & Tot, Preschool, D-Team, Recreational & lower level team gymnastics for over 7 years.

She has had several gymnasts win individual placement medals as well as state championships.  One of gymnasts even brought a perfect 10 home on an event in San Antonio. Teffennee has a strict but very fun & positive coaching style which has proven to be one of the reasons why her teams & athletes do so well.  If you see Teffennee around the gym please say “Hi” as she would love to meet you & your family.

Troy Deering

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Director of Compliance, All Star Cheer Coach Level 1-5 & Tumble Coach

Troy started cheering at his high school in Webberville, Michigan where he graduated in 2005. He continued to be a competitive cheerleader while attending Grand Valley State University in Allendale, MI. He studied political science and history earning a bachelor's degree in science in 2010. He was then recruited by Tarleton State University in Stephenville, TX and put on scholarship. Troy earned a masters in business administration in 2013. In all competition six times at NCA Collegiate Nationals.


Troy has been teaching tumbling and stunting for eleven years. He has coached high school, all-star level 1-5, and colleges teams on beginner, intermediate, and advance tumbling and stunting skills. He started working at Liberty in 2016.

Jennifer Malone

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Gymnastics Program Director & All Around Recreational & Competitive Gymnastics Instructor 

Jennifer has an extensive coaching & judging background in Competitive Gymnastics that spans over 20 years.  Growing up, Jennifer started gymnastics at age 4 and started competing just a short year later.  After competing for 10 years, and reaching Class I, she retired her grips and started coaching and judging at the early age of 15.  After graduating from Lancaster High School, she attended college at Stephen F. Austin where she continued to coach and judge.  Upon returning home, she then found a gym home where she coached for the next 7 years.  Coaching all levels and ages from Mommy & Me through high school seniors.  During these years, Jennifer had the opportunity to coach many State, Regional & National Champions.  Several of her athletes went on to compete at the collegiate level on full athletic scholarships.

Jennifer holds a USAG Professional Membership, Safety Certification and is a certified up to USAG Level 10 Judge.

“I am so passionate about this sport and working with young gymnasts to achieve their dreams.  Gymnastics teaches so much more than just athletics, it teaches life lessons such as: hard work, determination, goal setting & planning, overcoming fears, and builds confidence.  Thank you for the opportunity to allow me to work with your children.” 

Carrie Smith

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All-Star Director, All-Star Coach & Marketing Manager

Hannah Holton

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All Around Recreational Gymnastics Instructor & All Around Competitive Gymnastics Instructor

Hannah grew up in Midlothian and graduated from Midlothian High School. She began her gymnastics career when she was four years old. She competed until she was seventeen finishing her last season as a level ten gymnast. Some of her best years were when she was coached by Jennifer Anderson, Liberty’s Gymnastics Director.

Once she was done competing she began coaching. She attended Abilene Christian University getting a degree in Bible. She coached through college and began coaching at Liberty when she returned home totaling 13 years of competitive experience and 8 years in coaching. Hannah has a passion for teaching young girls how to believe in themselves and be confident in who they are, and that gymnastics is a great way to bring that out in our athletes.

Crystal Wells

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Director of The Special Needs Program & Coach 

Crystal has been a Liberty coach for 11 seasons and is the Co-Founder of our cheer program for People of Determination. She began coaching with Special Olympics 14 years ago and currently serves as their Texas State Cheer Sport Director and Games Manager. 
 
I am passionate about inclusion for all kinds of athletes. I'm passionate about this sport. I believe cheerleading offers a unique opportunity for everyone to be a superstar while also learning to work as a team, and filling lives with joy, a sense of achievement, and self-confidence. 
In 2015, Crystal joined SO Cheer, the organization responsible for getting Cheerleading recognized as a sport in Special Olympics. She took our Justice team to game cheer at the 2015 Special Olympics World Games in Los Angeles. That was the first time cheerleaders were involved in the World Games. In 2018, she brought cheerleading to Special Olympics of Texas, becoming the Cheer Sport Director, the first certified coach, and making Justice the first official Special Olympics Cheer team in Texas just in time for them to compete in Chicago at the S.O. 50th Anniversary in the first S.O. Nationals Cheer Competition. Just this year, she traveled with one Justice cheerleader to the 2019 S.O. World Games in Abu Dhabi. Crystal served as head coach for the US National Female Team, the International Male Team, and all teams from 5 different countries for game cheering. That was the first time a cheer competition was held at the World Games. 
 
I look forward to further growing athletes at Liberty, incorporating Special Olympics into our program, and growing the S.O. cheer program in our community and in Texas, the USA, and Internationally. 

 

Jyme Beth Shaw

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TAAF Gymnastics Team Coach

 

JB started gymnastics at the ripe age of 3. She was a competitive gymnast up through USAG Level 8; retiring from the sport at the age of 15. Though she was done with her competitive career, gymnastics was still very much a part of her life, as she worked in the gym throughout high school. She also cheered on the JV and Varsity cheerleading squads at Red Oak High School. JB coached recreational gymnastics, ages 3 to 14 after graduation, before completing her college degrees. She received a degree in Sociology, as well as, a degree in Visual Arts Studies (Art Education) from the University of North Texas. Experience in the public education school system created a great extension and springboard for her approach to teaching gymnastics. She is a USAG pro member, USAG safety certified, and a GAT member. She recently received the Spirit of TAAF Coaches Award for 2018. When JB isn’t at the gym, she enjoys being outside, traveling, writing, and spending time with her family, as well as, her Pug.

 

"The world of gymnastics is rapidly changing, with more opportunities available than ever. I feel very fortunate to be part of a gym family with such strong values, so devoted to growing and shaping these athletes, not just as gymnasts, but also as people; preparing them not just for the sport, but also for life outside gymnastics and their future. It is my pleasure and honor to work with your children."

Gracie Redmon

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Front Desk/Pro Shop Assistant

Cathy Brown

Owner _Liberty Pro Shop, Director of Human Resources

brown@proshopliberty.com 

 

Hunter Weldon

Brianna Sayles

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Dawson Roberts

Amie Belsar

Brooks Brown

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Ryan Zeller

All-Star Coach

Rachel Zeller

Taylor Robinson

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Front Desk Assistant & All-Star Prep Coach

Taylor started cheering at Liberty when she was 4 years old until she was 15. She won the Season 9 Liberty Scholarship Award. She also did school cheer 7th-12th grade and was the 2018-2019 Varsity Cheer captain for Midlothian High School.  Taylor’s passion is cheerleading and she wants to work in the cheer industry for as long as she can! 

Chloe Smith