Vickie Miller has been serving for over 20 years in the non-profit sector. She is currently the proud mother of an NCAA fencing athlete and is heavily involved with the fencing community in Durham, NC.
Cathleen Ranndall is a veteran saber fencer and coach. She has been an active voice for women since long before the organization of WFencing. She currently serves MidSouth Fencing Club in multiple capacities.
Vinnie Bradford is a US Olympian, National Champion and pioneer in the discipline of Epee for women. She is a professor of Kinesiology and serves on the Professional Development Committee for the US Fencing Coaches Association. She has been working for the advancement of women in fencing for over 30 years.
A two-time Olympian and Brooklyn native, Prescod became the first African-American woman to win an individual medal at the Senior World Championships when she took bronze in 2015. Nzingha is one of the Wfencing founders. She serves as an athlete director serving on the USA Fencing Board of Directors beginning on Jan. 1, 2021.
Julie Seal is a multi-time US National Champion and PanAm Bronze medalist. She was a pioneer in women's saber fencing both nationally and internationally. She currently resides in Utah and owns Valkyrie Fencing Club.
Jennifer is a founding member of WFencing along side Vinnie Bradford and Iris Zimmerman. She is the Head Coach for MidSouth Fencing Club and the Chair of the Certification Accreditation Board for the US Fencing Coaches Association. Jennifer helped pioneer international women's saber fencing with the first USA Women's World Cup Saber Squad.
Founding member, Iris Zimmermann is a US Fencing Olympian and World Champion. She was a pioneer in USA women's fencing international success. In addition to serving on this board she is also the Vice President of US Olympians and Paralympians Association.