2023-2024 SEASON BOARD

Dawn PalzewiczDawn Marie Palzewicz

Dawn Palzewicz graduated from the University of South Carolina and has worked as a graphic designer/art director since. She started freelancing on the side in 2002 and found success which lead her to turning it into her full time job. She has many clients in the Metro Atlanta area (mostly in the auto and medical industries) and has been the designer for the Atlanta International Auto Show for the last 19 years. 

She really enjoys producing graphics for tradeshows and PACs. She thrives off of spending her energy on event planning and uses her organizational skills and multitasking abilities to make things happen. This includes gymnastics competition and party planning. Dawn enjoys volunteering in activities that allow her to spend time with her family. She serves on a number of committees and boards at her 3 kids’ different activities and has held the positions of vice-presidents, treasurer and secretary on past boards. She has also taught off and on at her local church along with working in other volunteer positions in that community. 

She believes in sharing her time and talent and is happiest when busy. One thing she loves most about gymnastics are the opportunities to travel around the nation.

Courtney Kalley
Vice President

Courtney Kalley is a dedicated Pediatric Life Coach with over 15 years of experience in the field. Born and raised in the Midwest, Courtney holds a BS in Kinesiology with a minor in Elementary Education. She has a diverse background of geographic experience as well, having lived and worked in various regions across the U. S. in many different work environments and roles. Most recently moving back to the Atlanta area with her family from California. 

She has two optional level gymnasts bringing valuable insight and experience to both the girls and boys programs. Previously being a key member and holding board positions on multiple nonprofit booster clubs. 

When not coaching or volunteering she enjoys flexing her creative muscles using multiple forms of art.

Cody Alvarez
Treasurer #2

We all know Cody, she has worked hard serving as our Treasure for the last 4 years. Speaking from experience this position is one of the hardest roles to cover. I was once told by a gym owner that "No one likes the tax collector." I (Dawn) have personally been in this position and seen people step back when I made eye contact because they knew I was about to have a hard conversation with them. It isn't fun to be dreaded. That being said this season Cody was critical in implementing the new GoMotion billing system. A system that even I was doubtful about and am happy to say that I was wrong.  This system has made running the booster club and communicating with our members so much smoother. It has also  helped us and hopefully you guys  track billing, invoices etc. We also use this system to  manage our website. It may not be the prettiest site around but it is full of valuable information if you take the time to look. In case you don’t know you have to be logged in to view some of the most useful tools. The calendar is constantly being updated with valuable info - some of which you can only see while logged in.  There is also a page under the "About" menu where we have started to post info such as agendas & minutes, text from important emails, important documents, fundraising result info etc. Please take the time to check them out.

Jenna Hood
Treasurer #1


Kristen Yarbou

Kristen is a wonderful team mom. Anytime we have asked her if she can help with something she is always there. She has been part of many fundrasing committees and a big help with events such as Team Week and the banquet in the past.  She has also taken charge of our Photography Committee with her talented daughter. They have taken many of the beautiful pictures we post from the Roswell City Classic, the Mr. Big's Flippin' 5k, the Roswell Youth Day Parade, Team Week, and banquets. Also important, when she notices something that she feels is off or confusing to our members she will let us know. Many of us have been around for a long time and sometimes what is easy to understand for us is not so easy to our newer members. She is great at pointing that out.