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Our Staff







Philosophy: We’ve developed a reputation at DGS for knowing how to make our athletes shine in competition, no matter what their level. We work to each girl’s strengths and custom design their routines within the options available to us. You can usually find a way for each person to do well, if you put time and thought into it. And that’s important to us, because this is as much about feeling successful, as it is about winning!

Background: I did competitive gymnastics from the age of three until my mid-twenties, when I graduated from the University of Alberta with a degree in Biology. Afterwards, I taught sports programs for kids at UBC, where I continue to teach Kinesiology.

Education is a large part of my job. I run courses for young coaches and judges in various organizations and, in my role as Technical Director, I ensure that we are providing the safest and most comprehensive training possible for our gymnasts.

Encouraging young athletes to stay active for life is an ongoing process – outside of the gym, I’m a competitive Crossfit athlete and three of my former gymnasts are now participating with me! 



Diane Steiner

COMMUNITY and Outreach program COORDINATOR



Philosophy: I believe gymnastics is a sport for everyone. I find it most rewarding when you share the experience of success with your athletes, no matter how small the achievement. I believe in rewarding growth because it is progress in a constructive direction than can have a lasting positive impact on a child; helping to shape them into successful and confident people.

Background: I was a competitive gymnast in my birth province of Quebec. When I was 13 years old I remember my coach saying to me that I should consider coaching one day. I laughed and said in response, “That’s not a job, that’s just fun!” I’m happy to say I’m still having fun and that I equally enjoy coaching recreational classes as well as high level competitive athletes. I also studied sports psychology at the University of Alberta. For me gymnastics has been a wonderful sport that has allowed me the opportunity to cross train other athletes in areas such as sport aerobics, fitness, body building and diving to name a few. My experience in making new contacts and forming relationships serves me well in my role as Community Outreach Coordinator.



Tessa Jansen

High School & Summer Coordinator

Comp 2 Trained, intro to comp certified

Coaching since 2007

Philosophy: I remember the positive and meaningful impact that my past coaches have had on my life and want to pass those same values on to the kids in my programs. I enjoy being able to share my passion and dedication, while watching athletes learn and grow. I feel privileged to work with so many incredible athletes at Delta Gymnastics.

Background: I loved gymnastics from an early age and trained competitively. I also played high level volleyball for my first two years at UFV.  I began coaching with Delta Gymnastics in 2007 in the Recreational Program and have worked my way up to Coordinator of High School and Summer Programs. I am looking forward to further building these programs.



Kristina Sharp

Women's Competitive, Gymstars, Coaches in Training Program Coordinator, Technical Team Member, and Logistics Coordinator

Level 3 Certified Coach, Level 2 Trampoline Coach

Coaching since 1992

Philosophy: We coach many kids from kindergarten through to graduation, and one of the best things about my job is seeing kids progress as people, not just gymnasts. Many of our retired gymnasts still come back to see us – that’s when you know you’ve made a difference!

Background: I competed for my high school as a teenager and I loved the social aspect of being on a team. That’s why I volunteer as a chaperone for Team BC, travelling to competitions all over the country. I also organize all of the Meet details for our women’s competitive teams, from registration to travel.

One of the things that makes our Advanced and Competitive programs so successful, is that we coach as a team. We debrief as a group after training sessions, noting what the needs and successes of each gymnast are. It’s time consuming, but it’s part of our commitment to the success of every gymnast.



Chris Sheremeta

MAG Program Coordinator & Operations Manager

Level 3 Certified Coach, Level 3 Trampoline Coach, FIG Brevet Judge

Coaching since 2002

Philosophy: I really enjoy it when a gymnast is learning something new and it all comes together for the first time. It’s satisfying as a coach to be able to give them that one tip that makes the difference. We have a lot of talented gymnasts at DGS, but it’s great to see the hard workers, the ones who maybe don’t have as much talent, get their moment in the spotlight.

Background: I competed as a gymnast for DGS for 12 years.  I enjoyed the discipline of it, and breaking down skills into their technical components is one of my strengths as a coach. It’s a skill I bring to judging as well. I’ve judged Olympic medalists at the Pacific Rim Gymnastics Championships, and I’ve judged twice at the Canada Games.

Whether I’m coaching the Women’s Competitive team, or acting as Manager of Operations and Safety, I’m always tracking trends, finding out how we can do better, what the best practices are in progressive coaching, and how we can apply them.



Jenn Watts-Turner

Superstars and gymnaestrada Program Coordinator

Level 3 Certified Coach

Coaching since 2003

Philosophy: From my own years as a competitive gymnast, I know what the results of goal-setting and hard work feel like. I really enjoy taking gymnasts through that process and seeing the look on their faces when they achieve a goal!

Background: I was a competitive gymnast from 5 to 15 years old. After retiring from competition, I began coaching in the Developmental program at DGS, and then in the Women’s Competitive program. From there, I went on to earn a degree from the University of Victoria in Recreation and Health Education, became a certified personal trainer, and then returned to coaching at DGS.

My diverse training helps with the range of programs I coordinate and coach: from Women’s Competitive, to high-performance sport cross-training groups, to the Jr. Gymnaestrada team, acrobatics and tumbling, and Teen freestyle.  



Richard Woo

dEVELOPMENTAL Program Coordinator

Level 3 Certified Coach

Coaching since 1995

Philosophy: One of the great things about our Developmental program is that there are entry points for beginners at every stage. Our High School program, for example, has elite competitors, but it’s also a late entry point for kids who never had a chance to participate in gymnastics before. I feel it’s important to find the best development path for each child and then support them, whether they’re beginners or experienced competitors.

Background: I started doing gymnastics in high school – it was great cross-training for the sports I was competing in: soccer and basketball. I also started coaching in high school at North Peace Gymnastics (Fort St. John). From there, I went on to complete a Coaching diploma at Douglas College, studying Sports Science, Nutrition and Physical Development.  

After Douglas College, I did a season with the Vancouver Grizzlies cheer team, before attending Simon Fraser University, where I competed with the SFU cheerleading team. My cheer career culminated with attending the ICU World Championships as a member of Team Canada in 2013.  I still coach the cheer team at Simon Fraser University.

I believe that when fun is integrated into sport, kids develop a lifelong passion for it.



Coach Aaliya: Foundations Certified / Coaching Since 2019

cOACH aLEX: Foundations Certified / Coaching since 2018

cOACH aLISON: Foundations Certified / cOACHING SINCE 2016

COACH Andrew: Comp 2 Trained, Intro to comp trained, Parkour Certified level 2 / Coaching Since 2012

Coach Callie: Foundations Certified / Coaching since 2018

Coach Claire: Comp 2 Trained / Coaching since 2007

Coach Cole: Foundations Certified / Coaching Since 2017

Coach Colleen: Foundations Certified / Coaching Since 2017

Coach Danica: Foundations Certified / Coaching since 2012

Coach DEBBIE: kcm cOACH / Coaching since

Coach Erin: Comp 2 Trained / Coaching Since 2001

Coach Gary: Foundations Certified / Coaching Since 2019

Coach Gao: Level 3 Certified / Coaching since 1988

Coach Greg: Comp 2 trained / Coaching since 2005

Coach Hailea: Comp 2 trained / Coaching since 2011

cOACH hEATHER: Foundations Certified / cOACHING sINCE 2016

Coach Jasmine: Comp 2 Trained, Intro to comp trained / Coaching since 2011

Coach Jenna A: Foundations Certified / Coaching Since 2017

Coach Jenna D: Foundations Certified / Coaching since 2018

Coach Kyla: Foundations Certified / Coaching since 2018

Coach Kylie: Foundations Certified / Coaching Since 2018

Coach Leanne: Comp 2 Trained, Intro to comp trained / Coaching since 1995

Coach MARLEE: Comp 2 Trained, Intro to comp certified  / Coaching since 2010 

Coach Monica: Developmental Program Assistant / Foundations Certified /
Coaching since 2015

cOACH nATASHA: Foundations Certified / Coaching since 2018

Coach Natalie: Foundations Certified / Coaching since 2018

Coach Nav: Foundations Certified / Coaching since 2017

Coach Nicole: Foundations Certified, Comp 3 certified / Coaching since 1997

Coach Owen: Foundations Certified / Coaching since 2018

Coach Pete: Comp 2 Trained, intro to comp certified / Coaching since 2001

Coach Rachel: Foundations Certified / Coaching since 2018

Coach Ryan: Foundations Certified / Coaching since 2017

cOACH sarah C: Comp 1 Trained / Coaching Since 2015

Coach Sarah t: Foundations Certified / Coaching since 2018

Coach Shawna: Foundations Certified, trampoline certified / Coaching since 2010

coach Siya: Foundations Certified / Coaching Since 2014

Coach Tore: Assistant Coordinator of MAG program / Foundations Certified, Intro to comp trained, Operations, Health & Safety / Coaching Since 2008

Coach Zoe: foundations certified / Coaching Since 2007


Executive Director: Ana Arciniega


Business Manager: Sharon Gillespie


Growth and Development Coordinator: Ellyn Schriber


Graphic Design & Marketing assistant: Erin Wilkman


Program Administrator: DANIELLE WOLSEY