Emily is originally from Grand Rapids, MI. She attended the University of Michigan from 2008-2012 and was a 4-year member of the cheerleading team, and was voted captain her senior year. She earned her Bachelor of Arts, double majoring in Communication Studies and Spanish. After college, Emily has built a career in Marketing and Advertising, and now works in Digital Marketing for Ford Motor Company. She has also continued her love for cheerleading as the head coach at Wayne State University for three years. Emily looks forward to coming home every Homecoming, and being able to cheer on the field. Some of her greatest memories of college are cheering at U-M, which is why she is so proud to be the President of the University of Michigan Alumni Cheerleaders Association.
Leslie was a cheerleader at the University of Michigan from 2007 to 2011. She cheered all four years and was captain her senior year. She was a member of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, Michigan Leadership Academy, and Michigan From the Heart Volunteer. She graduated from U-M with a degree in communications.
After college, Leslie moved back home to Salt Lake City, Utah. She has worked at the local CBS affiliate, KUTV 2News, since graduation. She has filled several different roles during her time there and is currently the Sales Promotions Director.
Some of Leslie’s most fond memories are from her time as a cheerleader at the University of Michigan. Returning to Ann Arbor for Homecoming is one of Leslie’s favorite weekends of the year. Leslie is currently the Vice President of the University of Michigan Alumni Cheerleaders Association.
Jill has lived in Okemos, MI since her 1995 graduation from U-M. She is married to Dennis Green and has two terrific sons, Zach (a senior at MSU) and Nick (a junior at Okemos High School). She currently works as a Commercial Property Manager for TMN Commercial but also spent over 12 years working with Dennis at his advertising agency Fahrenheit Creative Group. Jill keeps busy volunteering for school organizations and general activities, and following her boys over the years in football, hockey and lacrosse. Just as it is now, meeting and enjoying friends met through her sons’ sports activities, Jill’s favorite element of cheerleading at Michigan is the friends gained during 3 years of practices, travel and related cheer events. She has fond and funny memories from the Rose, Sugar and Holiday Bowls, and the NIT in New York City. She has only missed 2 homecoming games since graduation.
Greg was an U-M cheerleader from 2000-2004. He graduated with an Economics major from the University. Just after college he moved to Bloomfield Hills, MI and now owns a home in Clinton Township, MI. Currently, Greg owns 1-888-JUNK-POT. For the past 6 seasons, he has been a member of the Detroit Pistons Cheer Team. He is a bachelor, and has been enjoying traveling around the world in his free time.