Chrissy is a hard working member of the Winnipeg Blue Bomber Alumni over the past several years, serving as the representative for the Winnipeg Alumni Cheer teams, one of 3 non player positions on the board. Chrissy is active on several of the Alumni board subcommittees including the annual golf tournament, Whiskey, Wine and Chocolate night and the Riverview Cycle on Life. She is hardworking and passionate in her roles on the Board and is an energetic fundraiser for the Bomber Alumni and minor football in Manitoba. Chrissy loves football and the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. Chrissy also joined other sub committees. Riverview Health Centre Cycle On Life which raises funds for a local hospital. Chrissy is also on various sub committees at St.Mary Academy School. Chrissy & her husband own a successful flooring store in Winnipeg. Specializing in Insurance, Residential & Commercial. Chrissy currently acts as the Operations Manager on a daily basis. 2015 - Chrissy then along with Alumni Girls performed at the Grey Cup hosted in Winnipeg at various venues. Now she had the itch to be more involved with the Bomber Alumni. 2011 - Finding that void missing from the dancing world went on to do a reunion performance before the old stadium was torn down, The Blue & Golden girls: Original Bomberettes from 1950 all the way to cheerleader’s alumni from 2010 went back on the field to perform at halftime show during Oct 22, 2011 game with 129 former cheerleaders. Chrissy then went on to further her career and becoming partners at a flooring store as well as starting a family. 1999 – Was asked to help coach the dancers for the Opening and Closing Ceremonies at the Pan Am Games in Winnipeg Cheerleader for the Winnipeg Blue Lightning 1996 & 1997 while working full time at the Winnipeg Football Club then leaving to pursue her career at London Life Insurance. Chrissy first found the love of cheerleading in High School starting off as a flyer. She then went on to coaching at a high school, and then asked to join A.C.C. (Athletic Cheerleading Company) that would go around to various schools to teach safe stunting.