YMCA of Greater Nashua announces the addition of 3 to management staff
Friday, October 18, 2013
This fall the YMCA of Greater Nashua welcomed three new staff to its management team.
Danielle Goerlich is the new welcome center director at the Merrimack Y. She’s a familiar face at the Merrimack Y having been a personal trainer and group wellness class instructor for more than five years. She graduated from Westfield State College with a degree in psychology.
“I am excited about my new role because I get to continue to work closely with our members to create a great member experience,” she said.
Goerlich resides in Amherst.
Phil Schommer has been named aquatics coordinator for the Merrimack YMCA.
“Phil is a great swim instructor and attentive lifeguard, and most recently has served as head lifeguard at the Nashua YMCA. He has proven to be a great leader among the aquatics team,” said Katie Parker, YMCA senior program director.
Schommer moved to New Hampshire in November 2010 from Colorado Springs, Colo., to attend helicopter school (CR Helicopters) in Nashua. He is now a commercial certified helicopter pilot. He lives in Hollis.
What he likes about working at the Y is “meeting new people and building new friendships,” he said.
Nashua resident Erinn Kobisky is happy to relocate her Y career to her hometown.
Before joining the Nashua Y as welcome center director, she was a school age child care director for the North Suburban YMCA in Woburn, Mass., for seven years. She ran one of the after school programs in Burlington, Mass., as well as the summer camp during the summer months.
Kobisky went to Keene State College where she majored in elementary education and sociology.
“I am very excited about my new role at the Nashua Y. I am excited to be learning about a new department at the Y and happy to be serving the people from my own community,” she said.