Brooke Sloan
  has been a resident singles coach at DSC for over 21 years. She has over 25 years of synchronized team skating coaching experience. Brooke skated  on one of the founding precision teams at DSC, The Detroit Capets. Before Brooke joined the Evolution coaching staff and becoming the Director of Evolution synchronized skating teams, she was the coach for the U of M synchronized skating teams. She also was one of the coaches that brought great success to Team Elan. Her teams have won several National Championships. Her junior teams were also two time Junior World team members. Her teams have been members of Team USA and competed internationally for many years,she has coached 2 junior world teams and has had teams win gold medal at the Spring Cup in Milan, Italy in 2003 and Silver in 2011. Brooke travels across the country yearly working with several teams across our Nation.


Courtney MacIntosh has been with DSC for 9 years. She previously skated on Team Elan and Evolution's Junior and Senior teams for many years. In that time she competed internationally as a member of Team U.S.A. 9 different times. While skating for Brooke she earned a National Championship and was also a member of 2 Junior World teams. Courtney coached Evolution Beginner during the 2009-2010 season and last season coached both the Little Evo and Beginner 2 teams, leading the Beginner 2 team to a gold medal at the Mid America Championships and a 1st place finished in the MidWestern Challenge Series. Courtney  has a B.S. Degree in Elementary Education from Oakland University and is currently pursuing her Master's Degree in Early Childhood Education. She teaches Kindergarten at Cheyenne Elementary in Chippewa Valley Schools.


Keiffer Hubbell
is an American Ice Dancer.  He competed with his sister Madison Hubbell from 2001 to 2011.  They are the 2010 Four Continents Bronze Medalists, two-time (2009, 2011) U.S. Pewter Medalists and 2006-2007 Junior Grand Prix Final champions.  2002-2003 Juvenile Dance U.S. Champions.  2003-2004 Intermediate Dance U.S. Champions.  2005-2006 Novice Dance U.S. Silver Medalists.  2006-2007 Junior Dance U.S. Silver Medalists and 2007-2008 Junior Dance U.S. Champions.
 




 Cindy Silk
is married with three children.  Cindy is a National and International Champion in the sport of Judo.  She trained in Japan for two years in Judo, as well as, ran her own club.  Cindy has worked in a physical therapy clinic for 10 years.  She has trained and coached athletes in several different sports; she has worked with all levels of athletes ranging from amateur to professional including Olympians and World Champions.






Ann Marine  Anne Marine graduated magna cum laude with a BFA in Dance. She danced professionally for 10 years, served on the Oakland University Dance Faculty, and has taught at DSC since 1995.  She has worked with National, International, and Olympic skaters (singles, pairs, dance, and syncro) on choreography, artistry, and off-ice dance training."