Allison Phy is the Fundraiser Coordinator for the Panthers. She has been a Conshohocken resident since birth and takes great pride in the community and strive to see this organization blossom.  Allison is a mother of three, two boys, Michael 15 and Aaron 9, then my Taylor who is 7. Allison spent 16 years as a dancer and loved being part of a group of people trying to make her childhood memories great. Through those years she attended St. Matthew’s grade school and then on the PWHS. In these years fundraising was a big part of being a dancer, it helped the dancers get new costumes and pay for various competitions while showing the community what they were made of. In grade school she played every sport available and was always involved in the fundraising. It is a passion of Allison’s to put events together to make funds for these kids and we are grateful to have her leading our team!

Angela Trofa has 2 children ages 6 & 10! She grew up in Conshohocken but now resides in King of Prussia. She’s been a stay at home mom and nanny for the last 6 years. She cheered through bears youth org from ages 5-14 and  for PWHS from 10-12th grade. She volunteered to coach the jr jr competition team during her senior year 97-98, then came back in 2000 to coach the senior squad and hasn’t  stopped volunteering since! She’s coached every age group over the last 15 years from 4 yrs old to 14 yrs old! She enjoys teaching the girls and conditioning with them! She loves working with the girls and hopes she can help them grow in cheer knowledge and self confidence! She believes wholeheartedly in the sport and helping the girls achieve their goals both on and off the mat! She is excited to work with the girls, board, other coaches and parents for a successful season! Go Panthers!!!

Lisa Earl was born and raised in Conshohocken. She cheered for the Bears for 8 years, after which she moved on to Cheer for Archbishop Kennedy High School for 4 years. In addition to cheer she took gymnastics lessons for 4 years. Lisa resides in Plymouth Meeting with her husband and three children.  She returned to the Cheer world in 2011 when her daughters Samantha and Alexa started to cheer for the Bears sideline and competition program.

Athena Lehatto is no stranger to cheerleading and dance.  She cheered for her hometown Youth Football association for 5 years while in grade school, during which her father was President of the organization.  She also danced with the Gloria Dillion School of Dance for 8 years and was named Best Overall Dancer two years in a row.  She was invited to perform in several National competitions in Orlando, FL during that time.  She danced ballet, tap, and jazz and performed in many recitals. She is incredibly happy to be part of the Conshy Elite family, and looks forward to an amazing season!