Stacy is the Club President. She joined the leadership group of the Arizona Hockey Clubs in 2009, heading up the newly created Arizona Heat youth program at Polar Ice Gilbert. Prior to that, she served as a Team Manager for five (5) years for her kids’ various Polar Bear teams. She also served Polar Ice Chandler, entering house game statistics for several years and was the Tournament Registrar for the Club’s hockey tournaments. She holds a BBA in Accounting, has a full time job and is married to John. They have 2 sons, Alexander and Evan who recently graduated from playing college hockey after both being AHU Mites to Midgets. They now coach in the program.
Melissa is the club Treasurer. She began with the Arizona Hockey Clubs in 2010 as a team manager for her sons AZ Heat Mite team and has continued to be a team manager for nine (10) seasons. Melissa has served on the Advisory Board as Director of Team Operations for six (7) seasons and has been a club tournament manager for 8 seasons. She has a BS in Social Work from ASU. Melissa works full-time at ASU as the Director of Operations for the School of Life Sciences. She is married to Jeremy and has one son Luke.
Vice President at Large
Shawn is a Vice President at Large.
Director at Large
Monique is a Board Member. Monique Morris was born and raised in Arizona. She is currently employed with a global medical/industrial device manufacturing company, on the sales team, where she has been working for the past 20 years. Monique and her husband Tim, currently live in Chandler with their beautiful daughter and crazy dog.
Monique has always been active in sports herself throughout her life and heavily involved in volunteering in the community. For the past 7.5 years, she has been involved in ice hockey, due to her own daughter becoming a hockey player, starting with local house for AZ Ice Gilbert, including the past 4.5 years volunteering with the Arizona Hockey Union. She loves kids and enjoys seeing each of them play up to their potential and she is excited in contributing to the growth of youth hockey in Arizona.