Teresa DiMauro was a scholarship gymnast at Towson State University and graduated with an Honors BS degree in physical education. She graduated as the all time leading point scorer for Towson Gymnastics where she led the team in point scoring for three years. She was the winner of the Christopher Souris award as the top Junior year Student-Athlete at Towson. She also was awarded Towson's Athlete of the Year both her Junior and Senior year. Teresa has been inducted into the Towson University Athletic Hall of Fame, The Francis Scott Key H.S. Sports Hall of Fame, and the Carroll County Sports Hall of Fame. Teresa, who joined Harford Gymnastics staff in 1979, began directing the program in 1984. She previously was the team head coach at Harford Gymnastics and coached gymnasts from beginner through the elite levels. One of her gymnasts, Becky (Robinson) Schaller won seven national titles at the Jr. Olympic Level 10 championships and USAIGC National championships.
Teresa Walstrum, fondly known as Ms. TC, was a standout Harford County competitive gymnast who went on to compete at Essex Community College. TC joined Harford Gymnastics in 1983 and has been an influential part of the program ever since. She shaped and pioneered Harford Gymnastics' initial Junior Tumble Bees and Tumble Bee program back in the early 1980's and we can proudly say our Parent-tot program and Tumble Bee Pre-School movement program continues to stand out from the rest under her leadership. Ms. TC is the administrative lead of the team programs as well. She currently teaches Jr. Bee and Tumble Bee classes in addition to being actively involved in coaching compulsory and optional team members.
Brianna grew up at Harford Gymnastics where her parents coached and led the program. She competed up through Level 7 before switching over to Lacrosse where she earned a Division I Lacrosse scholarship to UMASS before transferring to York College. Brianna started as an assistant instructor at the age of 14 yrs and continued teaching for the program through her college years. Upon graduating from York College, she worked full time at John's Hopkins Hospital in the blood bank as a clinical scientist and worked part-time at Harford Gymnastics. In 2013, she came on board full time at Harford Gymnastics and works in all facets of the program.
Ms. Danielle was promoted to Assistant Program Director in July 2016 after three years with our program. Danielle joined our staff in 2013 when she moved to Maryland from her teaching and coaching roles at Atlanta School of Gymnastics. Danielle began her gymnastics at Pittsburgh Northstars where she was a competitive gymnast and then participated in their mentoring program for young coaches. She has been involved in gymnastics for over 20 years. She is an integral part of our class staff and coaching staff. Her leadership has helped strengthen our class and team program as she focuses on curriculum, safety and individual growth.