I’m Coach Whitney and my mission is to ignite the fire in our RTC athletes. To stand next to them in their journey to success while showing them the way! I promise to build them up; make them stronger, faster and more confident than ever before. Thank you for choosing our club and family to add to your village. We will GROW and WIN together.
My heart for coaching started when I was in high school helping my basketball coach run clinics for the youth of our community. Even at that young age, I was certain I wanted my future to include making a positive impact on kids’ lives. Since 2000, I have been coaching track & field at both high school and club levels. Throughout the years I have had the honor of guiding dozens of athletes to state and national championship levels.
I am an OSU Grad, a certified Personal trainer with an additional certification in Strength and Conditioning. I have had the privilege of watching kids transform their lives, become champions, epic collegiate athletes and pretty amazing humans. Many of these athletes, as grown adults, are still in my life! It’s a family we create and there is no end to that support. We love our athletes and want them to thrive on and off the track!
Calisa Reis is a Lake Oswego alumni and played Division 1 soccer at Santa Clara University from 2010-2014.
She is now a 500-hour Certified Yoga Instructor from PDX Power Yoga in Portland, OR. She is committed to connecting young athletes to the practices and techniques of Baptiste Yoga speaking and empowering from her experience as an athlete.
Her goal is to help young athletes build a foundation to live a balanced, bold and authentic life through the practice of yoga and inquiry on and off the track.
Now in my Junior year of college at the University of Oregon, I’m excited to apply all I’ve learned in Track and Field and help create a fantastic program for the Oregon youth. A little bit about me, I’ve run track since the 3rd grade.
I’m a 3 time State Champion, 2 time PAC-12 Champion, and I’m currently the team leader of Oregon's Sprint program. I have run Oregon’s youth camp’s which has been a great coaching headway. I’m excited to work with an elite program such as RTC and I will strive every day to make every member of this team better on and off the track
Rachelle is a recent grad of Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon where she double majored in Psychology and Hispanic Studies. While at Lewis & Clark, she competed in track and field as a horizontal jumper, sprinter and heptathlete. She also was on the Executive Board for the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), an NCAA sponsored committee that fosters communication between the NCAA administration and student-athletes.
Rachelle has been coaching horizontal jumps for four years, while also gaining valuable experience from her collegiate track career. She has a heart for mentoring and coaching young people. As a firm believer in the positive impact of athletics, Rachelle hopes to use her coaching abilities to encourage track athletes to stay active in the pursuit of their dreams.
Hi, I’m Stacee, or ‘Mom’ as many of the athletes call me. I am a professional Portrait Photographer and Graphic Designer (including all the RTC branding), and have spent literally thousands of hours volunteering as Team Mom for my own kids’ HS and Club track teams and HS choirs over the past four years.
I love investing in people and helping them see how valuable they are… while challenging them toward their potential. I take the role of Team MOM seriously: challenging, encouraging, listening to our athletes’ hearts, and, of course, giving lots of hugs. We are a family here at RTC. I hope you will join us!
My goal is to be at every practice and photograph every track meet. In being present and involved, my goal is to know the athletes well enough to ‘see’ when something isn’t ‘right’ with them. It's important to me to offer support to our kids as well as supporting the coaching staff with any additional needs so they spend more time coaching.
My name is Jake and I am currently working to finish my Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and Health Promotion at the University of Wyoming. With a focus in Strength and Conditioning and having ran track for 9 years, I am hoping to help contribute to the program being the best possible for the athletes.
I won state once and finished top 8 seven times during my high school career, having just now finished my last year of track and field for the University of Wyoming where I had seven top 8 finishes in the Mountain West Conference. My goal is to apply the knowledge that I have to help make a healthy and competitive environment for the athletes.