1 to 3 years
- Annual You Goal Girl Cup -tournament for one age level with participation from highest ranking teams across the United States
- Tuition support for a west coast elite spring travel teams
- Clinics –advanced training for western area elite girls
- Coaches -one or more You Goal Girl coaches to perform clinics and to support holistic elite girls hockey program needs
- Off-ice leadership develop and mentoring
- Special events to promote elite players and YGG program and awareness
2 to 5 years
Extend 1-3 year program support to additional qualifying west coast elite girls hockey clubs and birth years (regular season and spring travel).
Expand You Goal Girl Cup tournament to additional age levels.
YGG will fund additional programs to promote broader diversity - including but not limited to race - within the game or girls hockey.
5 + years
Longer termContinue to extend 3-5 year aspiration and, where feasible, create a new west coast elite girls hockey team in underserved geographies with sufficient supply and demand or extend program support beyond hockey (“art of the possible”).
CFO – Rebecca Warner has worked for the past 20 years in the Aerospace industry and is a Senior Engineer for Raytheon Technologies. She received her Master’s Degree in Computer Science from Michigan Technological University and her undergraduate degrees in Computational and Mathematical Science from Lake Superior State University. Often the lone female throughout her educational path and working in a male dominated field, Rebecca is a passionate supporter of gender equality and women’s rights. She was born and raised in Michigan and is the mother of three children.
Corporate Secretary – Debbie Doran is a mother and former marketing brand manager and research psychologist. Debbie received her MBA from USC with an emphasis in marketing. After graduation, she worked as a Marketing Manager for L’Oreal in New York and later as a Marketing Director for Freeman Cosmetics in Los Angeles. Prior to her career in marketing, Debbie graduated Summa Cum Laude with an undergraduate degree from UCLA in Psychology. She spent a number of years as a researcher working alongside UCLA research professors to develop and implement vocational training programs intended to rehabilitate and reincorporate Schizophrenic patients successfully back into the workforce.
Becki Winckler is an advocate for all things female. She has been a teacher in a low-income district for 20 years at the elementary level. She uses her background in education to help her efforts at shaping the future for young girls. She is the co-founder and Director of the LA Lions, an all-female hockey program under the LA Kings umbrella. She was born and raised in Southern California. Becki enjoys spending her free time with her family and continues to be very active in her community. She attended CSULB for her undergraduate degree and received her MAE from Chapman University.