Meet the Team

Coach Jen

Coach Jen is the founder, owner, and director of Wavefront Aquatics. Jen started swimming competitively at the age of 6 in the San Francisco Bay area and has never left the pool. She started her swimming career with the summer recreation team and later swam for Orinda Aquatics under Ron & Don Heidary. She swam and played competitive water polo all through high school.

Coach Jen has been teaching swimming since 1991 and has developed programming for several aquatics facilities, trained swim instructors, worked with the US Coast Guard and coached USA swim teams. In 2013 she opened Wavefront Aquatics where she and her staff have provided private learn to swim lessons for children and adults as well as working extensively with competitive swimmers and triathletes.

Coach Jen’s goals in coaching are to help provide a lifetime of enjoyment with swimming, promote safety, efficiency, and techniques to prevent injury. Last, but not least, to encourage long lasting friendships inside the swimming community and with the surrounding communities.

Coach Alan

Meet Coach Alan! He is from Sacramento, California with a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and Statistics from Montana State University. Alan has been teaching swim lessons with Wavefront Aquatics since 2014, has been lifeguarding for over six years and in currently working as the Aquatics Director at Riverside Country Club.  On his days off, you can find him shredding the mountain on his snow board or casting a fishing-line into the water. In high school, he was on the competitive swim team and played water polo. He loves to be in water, and he loves to teach.

Coach RobCoach Rob

Rob is a transplant from Omaha, Nebraska and is currently attending Montana State University studying Education. Rob started on the swim team back in Nebraska, been a lifeguard since he was 16, and has taught swim lessons for 5 yrs. In his spare time, you can find Rob cooking up some great food, reading, and of course swimming.

Coach Micah

Micah comes to us from Kansas. When he was younger he had a fear of swimming and of deep water while in the military, he was able to overcome his fear. After the military, Micah took a step back and through continued practice, gained more confidence and comfort in the water. With that new found confidence, he’s now the instructor that he would have liked to have instruct him. 
Outside of the pool, Micah can be found enjoying the outdoors, running, and being an artist.