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Coach Jasmine Moore has a dynamic history in cheer as both an athlete and coach. She began her cheerleading career at just 9 years old in the Atlanta Recreation and Parks cheerleading program, and continued to cheer at the middle school, high school, and collegiate level. As an undergraduate at Howard University, Coach Moore was introduced to the stomp and shake form of cheerleading, and experienced new heights in the sport. Since graduating college, she has enjoyed the cheerleading through a coach's lens. She has coached Middle School, High school, and recreational teams throughout Atlanta. Coach Moore is very excited to continue her work as a coach and mentor with athletes in the Metro Atlanta area, and wants to create more opportunities for them to gain exposure to competitive cheerleading.



Coach Amanda Harrison was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia and started her cheerleading career at the tender age of 6 years old. She cheered at Brown Middle School, Frederick Douglass High School,  and THE Alabama State University. As a teenager Coach Harrison was deemed an All-American cheerleader 4 years at the National Cheerleaders Association (NCA) and 2 years at the Universal Cheerleaders Association (UCA).  After graduating she continued her love of cheer through coaching the William Walker Recreation Center Tigers. While coaching the Tigers she lead the team to a  first place trophy consecutively for 6 years. Coach Amanda believes that cheerleading gives the athletes a great way to express themselves through a high energy sport and is elated to work with athletes from her home town.