Beth has been cheering for over 25 years. While cheering at Florida Atlantic University, her team placed 2nd at NCA Nationals. She also performed in the opening ceremony of the 1996 Olympics, the 1997 Hula Bowl, and was a 1996 Collegiate All-American Cheerleader while cheering at Northeastern University. She has served on NCA staff and was a Green Team Cheerleader for the Boston Celtics. She served as the Head Coach at Merrimack University before coming to Harvard in 2019. Outside of cheer, she serves as the Perinatal Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Outreach Navigator at Lawrence General Hospital.
Michelle is a senior from Eastern Washington studying Chemistry and Economics at Harvard College. She has 9 years of gymnastics experience, along with 8 years of competitive cheerleading experience, serving as captain her senior year of high school, and 4 summers of experience working as an instructor for National Cheerleaders Association. Outside of cheerleading, Michelle serves on the boards for Chinatown ESL and the Chemistry Club and conducts research at MGH.
Amanda is a senior from Avondale, Arizona studying Government, Education, and Spanish. She has 11 years of competitive gymnastics and 6 years of cheerleading experience, serving as captain during her senior year of high school. In addition to cheer, Amanda serves as a peer advising fellow to first year students, represents Currier House on the Undergraduate Council, and is President of the Ivy Council.