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Although this is my first season as club Director, I am both a parent of a volleyball player, and a coach, here at Adversity and understand the philosophy of the club.  I embrace the challenge to continue the tradition that started 10 years ago and look forward to leading the club.

I am committed to help the young athletes learn new skills and improve on the skills they already have, to help them accomplish goals and understand the work that needs to be put in to reach them.  I also want show them they can do more than they ever thought possible.  I truly believe that a great positive attitude is just as important as physical ability to be great at any sport. 

At Adversity we are committed to providing quality coaching, and great skills-based training to ensure that our teams are able to compete at a high level and have fun doing it.

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This is my 4th year working with the Adversity-Wisconsin VBC team, although I've been around and supporting it for the past 10 years.  I played volleyball throughout my 4 years of high school at MFHS.  I went on to play for Mount Mary University while pursuing a career in Nursing at the College.  I earned my Bachelors of Science and Nursing through the Mount Mary/Columbia College of Nursing program in 2006.  I am currently doing what I love, and working as a Registered Nurse at the Aurora Germantown Surgery Center. 


As well as Nursing, I am a full time mom to identical twin daughters, Peyton and Elly, and a son Jacob.  In addition to playing/watching volleyball, I enjoy, boating, swimming, campfires, and relaxing as a family.  I am excited to be helping out, and joining the team at Adversity-Wisconsin VBC and am looking forward to many years of success at this growing club!


Lexi Chopp is an experienced Marketing and PR professional and has been working with Adversity since late spring. She grew up in the area and is passionate about helping local youth organizations grow and serve the community, which made partnering with Adversity a natural fit.

Lexi graduated from Butler University with a degree in Strategic Communication. She enjoys spending time outdoors with family and friends, keeping up with Butler basketball, and sipping a hot cup of coffee to start off the day.

LeonHi there! I'm Leon Yu, owner of Dynamic Light Photography. Choosing a photographer is a very personal decision. Aside from the primary job of creating art, the most important aspect of photography is communication. I love working with people, especially listening to their vision for placing art in their homes. I would much rather have an in-person or phone conversation with you versus text or email. That's the best way to learn whether I'm the right photographer to carry out your vision for decorating your home and capturing your memories.


My photographic style is rooted in the technical aspects of lighting. I love enhancing natural light with studio strobes to create something special that can't be made with a smart phone, or even a DSLR with on-camera flash. I've been fascinated with photography and cameras since I was about six years old, but it wasn't until 2005 that I started using studio lighting techniques in my portrait photography. I immediately noticed an improvement in the quality of my work. My subjects' eyes came alive and I had much more control over the entire image. All of a sudden, I wasn't just "taking pictures," I was creating art! That revelation came more than a decade ago, and to this day I still marvel at what can be accomplished when one learns how to properly use light.

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