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Ocean Tumblers Gymnastics Association (OTGA) is a non-profit organization started by parents of OT Team members in 1998.  It is a fundraising organization run solely by parent volunteers, and is separate from Ocean Tumblers Gymnastics Schools, Inc. (OT), which is owned and operated by Diane Berry.  Even though OTGA and OT are separate organizations, the two work very closely together.  OTGA’s mission is to promote the growth and development of OT Team athletes by supporting activities related to gymnastics training and competition. 

OTGA was started by a group of parents who realized that help was need in order to give their athletes the support needed to continue in the sport of gymnastics, the sport they loved to do. OTGA was established to provide opportunities to the team athletes and families of OT.  OTGA hosts' activities to support team bonding for the athletes. We also provide team families a tax deductible way to raise funds to help offset the cost of gymnastics.

We are inspired to continue our mission for the sole purpose of our athletes. Our appreciation goes out to all our parents who we heavily rely on.  Without the support and volunteers from our OT team families, OTGA struggles but still perseveres to provide opportunities to OT team athletes and families. 


Board Members

The responsibility of the Executive Board is to make the best decisions possible to benefit ALL OF OT TEAM. The board meets once a month and each board member is expected to attend these meetings which are scheduled at the most convenient time for the board members.  

Committee chairs are not required to attend all monthly meetings.  They do need to supply a monthly report to update the executive board on the progress and needs they may have.  There may be times they are requested to attend a board meeting to discuss issues or projects.  The committee chairs are responsible, along with the OTGA Board, to solicit for committee members so the work can be distributed among several. 

Are you interested in becoming a board member or a lead roll in a committee? Elections are held at the end of the competitive season. You can find a complete description of positions here.

Executive Board


Renee Gibson

Renee's daughter, Rylee, has been at OT for 10 years, and is currently a Level 9. Renee is married, and also has a son, Brayden, who is a freshman at Liberty University.  She works full time as an Xray Technologist at CHKD in Virginia Beach. This will be her third year serving on the OTGA board. Previously she has served as secretary before taking on her current role as President. 

Vice President

Meredith Moore

Meredith's daughter, Raleigh, is a rising freshman at the Math and Science Academy at Ocean Lakes High School. Raleigh is a Level 9 gymnast and has been on the team at OT since 2011. Meredith has a son who is a rising senior at Cox High School where he plays Varsity lacrosse.  He also plays soccer on a Beach FC 2001 Travel Team. Meredith is a graduate of Kempsville High School and Virginia Tech and is currently work as a marketing coordinator for a civil engineering firm in Virginia Beach.  She has previously served on the OTGA board for 3 years, then took a break and is now back serving as Vice President.


Trisha Sheehan

Trisha's daughter, Ailee, attends The Ogburn School as a rising 8th grader. Ailee is a Level 10 gymnast and has been with OT since 2012. Trisha also has 3 boys that play travel soccer and basketball with Beach FC and AAU. She has been married to her best friend since 2003. Together, they have called various places home thanks to the Navy. She is a proud University of Florida graduate, an animal lover, professional photographer, chocolate fanatic, and in her spare time she loves to read books, collect plants, and knit. This will be her first year serving on the OTGA board.


Jannine Bell

Jannine has been involved with Ocean Tumblers Gymnastics since 2015 when her daughter, Olivia, began taking recreational classes. Her involvement grew in 2018 when she began serving on the Parent Advisory Board and now as Treasurer of OTGA. Jannine has experience serving on boards and brings a wealth of knowledge with her. She is a retired Navy veteran, who served 23 years of faithful service. Jannine has always been an active sports mom and when she is not supporting gymnastics, you can hear her at the Baseball field. Outside of supporting her kids, she enjoys reading and shopping.

Member at Large

Kimbra Cowan (Optionals)

Committee Board

On a per Event basis, a coordinator will be assigned to assemble a committee to assist in the Event fundraising. With the help of other committee members, generate a plan for the Event to reach fundraising goals. Over see the planning and execution of the Event.  

Events Coordinator

Football Mania - Jenn Holbach

50/50 Raffle - 

Restaurant GiveBacks - 

With the help of a committee, develop and execute a plan to contact corporations to gain financial sponsorship.  Maintain relationships with current and future corporate sponsors.

Corporate Sponsorship

Help promote team spirit for all OT Team athletes.  Develop a plan for the year and execute this plan with the help of additional committee supporters.

Spirit Coordinator

Search the web for grants and apply for grants to benefit the team athletes.


Contact Us

Have questions about our mission? Would you like to speak to someone about becoming a corporate sponsor? Would you like to volunteer for a fundraiser or offer ideas for a fundraiser? Would you like to join our team as a board member? Please email us with any questions and we will answer you back. We look forward to hearing from you.


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Ocean Tumblers Gymnastics Association

Ocean Tumblers Gymnastics Association (OTGA) is a non-profit organization. It is a fundraising organization run solely by parent volunteers, and is separate from Ocean Tumblers Gymnastics Schools, Inc. (OT).  OTGA’s mission is to promote the growth and development of OT Team athletes by supporting activities related to gymnastics training and competition.