Board of Directors
Casey Jacox - President
As a former collegiate QB at Central Washington University, Casey has held leadership roles throughout his life. In his professional life, Casey spent 20 years at Kforce and now is the author of the book "Win The Relationship, Not The Deal." He also hosts a weekly podcast for dads called "The Quarterback DadCast" and runs his own consulting business as a Sales/Leadership coach. Casey has been coaching youth sports for over 15 years, including football, baseball, and basketball. He enters his year 3rd year as President for TBA and is excited to bring clarity, transparency, and communication to the board and also the basketball community. You will always find Casey smiling as he loves creating positive environments for the athletes within the TBA family!
Charlyn Sinclair - Tournament Director
Charlyn is a Maple Valley native and graduate of Tahoma. After nearly 10 years of working as a dental hygienist, she began to stay home to start raising her kids, Addelyn and Leith who attend the same Tahoma schools Charlyn grew up in. She and her husband, Doug enjoy watching their kids on the court, field, and track. When they have a rare weekend without sports, you can probably find them continuing to compete in a driveway game of basketball, on a family bike ride, or on a walk with their puppy, Charli.
Josh Miskar - Director of Basketball Operations
TBA welcomes one of our newest board members, Josh Miskar! Josh has been a coach for TBA for the last few seasons and also has helped raise funds to support our athletes! As a former Semi-Pro football player, Josh has been coaching youth sports for the past 14 years. Professionally, Josh owns his own successful electrical equipment business as he works with major contractors. We are excited to have Josh on board to manage league play for our association.
Jeni Berry - Treasurer
Jeni brings strong a strong accounting background and many years of experience working with small businesses from a financial reporting perspective. Jeni is very fiscally responsible and has many years managing successful budgets for other youth select programs.
Steve Meyer - Executive Board Member
Grew up in the area and attended Kentwood High School. Steve was a three sport athlete with a hyper focus on basketball. Steve went on to play basketball at Skagit Valley College and Pacific University where his 97-98 team sits in the Boxer Hall of Fame. Steve continues to play basketball when he’s not coaching or cheering on his 3 kids, who all attend school in the Tahoma District. Professionally, Steve works at Microsoft managing a team of Cloud Sales Specialists. Steve will add another passionate board member with basketball knowledge, vested interest in the community and kids, and a strong business background.
With a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Temple University, Courtney brings many years of basketball experience playing at the collegiate level (University of Puget Sound) and coaching youth basketball for the last 7 years. Courtney is currently the physical therapist for the Fife School District and coaches our 5th Grade Girls team. This is Courtney's third year as a TBA board member and this season she will take on League Director for our girls program, drive TBA's social media campaigns, help organize events as well as assist Carrie with operations. Courtney is a mom of three beautiful and talented daughters (Maryn, Masyn & Madyx) who will all go through the TBA program! Courtney's husband, Josh, is coaching the 8th Grade Girls team this season.
Carrie Jacox - Director of Communications & Events
Carrie brings over 20 years of business experience at Alaska Airlines, where she was responsible for coordinating large corporate events for thousands of attendees. She works for ClearEdge Marketing as a Project Manager and will begin her 6th year volunteering her talents and skills for our community. Tahoma is excited to leverage Carrie's strong work ethic and organizational skills to ensure we are always striving to keep the community up to speed with all of the latest and greatest information.