Our Executive Board and Board of Directors
Joel will be entering his 6th year being involved with PTFC. He started off as an assistant coach with the Mighty Mites back in 2018. He has grown with that team all the way till present day, where he will be their coach on the Varsity Midget team. Joel has been on the PTFC Board for the past 3 years and loves being involved with the program. “I grew up playing and watching football and for the past 5 years, I have been able to watch my son up close while he plays and grows up with the same passion for the sport that I have. It has been a memorable experience.” When not coaching on the football field, Joel is always present supporting both of his kids, Jaxson (12) and Jaelyn (14), with baseball and softball. Joel enjoys anything and everything that involves spending time with his family
Rob has 2 sons Bobby (14) and Joe (12) who both love playing sports. Rob grew up playing football and currently coaches the JV Midget team. When not coaching, he is a regional manager for a medical device company. Rob and his two boys, enjoy fishing, the beach, traveling in the off season and also participate in Pembroke youth hockey, lacrosse, and soccer programs.
Katy has 3 athletes in the PTFC program. 2 daughters on the cheer side Sophie (Midget) and Delaney (Peewee) and Luke who is a football player (Mighty Mite). Katy has been coaching cheer for 6 years and has been part of the board and executive board overall for 5 years. She is very excited to kick off our 2024 season!
Katy grew up cheering herself for Hanson Youth Cheer and Whitman Hanson in High School. She currently splits up her time coaching between her 2 daughters. 2024s focus will be on coaching our Midget cheerleaders.
When not coaching cheer, she works in Human Resources Management for 3M. Katy, her husband Tom, and 3 kids when not at the field enjoy supporting each other on the hockey ice, at all star cheer and dance comps.
Jen is a mom of two children, Jaelyn (14) and Jaxson (12). Jaelyn is an avid softball player and Jaxson is entering his final season playing for PTFC this coming fall. This is Jen’s fourth and final year on the board of PTFC. Jen is employed by The Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Youth Services where she has worked for 23 years. Jen enjoys spending time with her family and in her free time, when not driving her children to and from activities, she can be found on the sidelines. Oftentimes behind her camera cheering on her children while capturing as many memories as possible.
Eric has been previously been involved with PTFC as a cheer dad. His two older daughters cheered for the program from Mighty Mites all the way through Midgets. His son is currently a football Mite and Eric coaches this team as well. Outside of PTFC, Eric and his family enjoy camping, winter trips up north, and being active outside. Eric is a huge Patriots football fan and has an unhealthy obsession with Tom Brady.
Board of Directors
Jon has been a resident of Pembroke since 2008. Jon and his wife Cody have enjoyed watching their 3 children Raelin (13), Daveigh (12) and Tiergan (11) grow through Pembroke youth sports. Jon currently coaches our Pee Wee football team.
Phil is passionate about the sport of football and has been involved with the game his entire life. He has competed as a player or coach at every level of football from youth to college. He is entering his third season coaching Pembroke Youth Football and this will be his first season as Football Coaching Coordinator. Phil has been a Pembroke resident for over 10 years and had also coached Pembroke Youth Baseball, Pembroke Youth Softball, and Pembroke Flag Football. His children participate in a variety of Pembroke youth sports including baseball, basketball, soccer, and figure skating.
Nikki has 2 sons who play football, Brody (9) Greyson (7). Nikki is the varsity softball coach at South Shore Tech in Hanover, where she also attended and played basketball, softball and cheered. If Nikki and her husband Allan aren’t coaching, they’re ubering their 2 boys around to football, wrestling and baseball and they wouldn’t have it any other way.
Stephanie is a lifelong Pembroke resident. She is married to her high school sweetheart Ahmed, and they have four sons, Adam (21), Alex (16), Aiden (14) and Aaron (13). She has been affiliated with PTFC since 2014 when her oldest son Adam started playing football in the 7th grade. She became an official board member in 2016 as the registrar and she has maintained that title for the past 8 years. This will be her final year as one of PTFC’s registrars. When she’s not helping with the youth football program she is busy taking her three younger sons back and forth to different sports. You can find her at the basketball courts, and the lacrosse and football fields. She usually never misses a game! Supporting her boys in all they do is her number one passion! Her three younger sons have all played football for PTFC since they were in the second grade. Her son Alex is going into his senior year in the fall, and has also played football for PHS, starting as a freshman. Aiden also played football for the high school freshman team this past fall. Her youngest son Aaron just finished his final season with PTFC and will be moving up as a freshman to also play football for PHS. When she volunteered for her first time 8 years ago, she never dreamed that she would be registrar for this long, or that she would see so many of your PTFC cheerleaders and football players grow up, have fun, and graduate out of the program (as well as graduate from high school!), but she has loved every single second of it.
George has been a Pembroke resident for 17 years and has been coaching in our town’s youth sports programs since 2014, most notably soccer, flag football, baseball, and tackle football. George is married to wife Tanis (ageless), has two children, daughter Cali (age 14), son and 2023 PeeWee SuperBowl Champion Nolan (age 11), and their beloved bulldog Bogey (age 5). The son of a Marine and a Counseling Psychologist, George brings both discipline and compassion to teach the great game of football to Nolan and his teammates and looks forward to continuing his assistant coaching duties in 2024 and beyond.
George grew up with a full head of hair and, when not on the football field, spends most of his time wondering where it went, as well as shuttling his kids and their friends around the Commonwealth to various school and sporting events. He also enjoys the game of golf and tries to work as little as possible in order to feed his obsession with becoming a member of the Senior PGA Tour. Given the mind-blowing impossibility of that dream, he’d settle on becoming a professional caddie.
Joe has played football for his whole life and can’t remember a minute with out it being a part of him. He grew up in Scituate where he played football, baseball and hockey. After high school, he got to serve this great country and started coaching while he was stationed over in Germany for the High School team they had on base. After he got out of the Army, he made his home in Pembroke with his wife Darcy and 4 sons. He immediately got involved with the community by coaching the freshman high school team but stepped away to move down to coach his boys coming into the PTFC program. Joe is now in his 2nd year of coaching our mites team.
Linsey has 2 daughters Payton (13) and Ashton (7) who both are cheering for Pembroke . She also has a son Jared (11) who plays football for Pembroke. She started cheering at 6 and hasn’t stopped yet. She has coached different levels throughout the years but now is coaching our Mighty Mite cheerleaders. When not coaching cheer, she works in our own Hobomock Elementary School in the special education department . Linsey and her husband Mike, who is a Pee Wee football coach, enjoy being involved in town sports. You can always find them at any field or rink cheering on their favorite players and teams!
Adam is married to Fundraising coordinator, Meg Murphy, and has two daughters - Eleanor (7) and Joanna (2). When he isn’t running the snack shack you can find him on the docks of Long Wharf as port director of operations for City Experiences, driving your athletes on a school bus to a competition, or driving buses for Yankee Line in Boston.
Jess has one daughter Gwyneth (11) and one son Otto (8) who both participate in the Pembroke football and cheer program. As a child growing up in Braintree, she herself took part in the dance team and softball programs in town.
In the 2023 season she coached our PeeWee sideline and competition cheerleaders winning first place in 3 out of 3 competitions! When not coaching cheer, you can find her in candy land as Chief Candy Officer at The Peppermint Twist Candy Shoppe in Marshfield, MA. With any remaining free time Jess, her husband Ben and kids enjoy traveling and visiting new places.
They also participate in the Pembroke flag football, basketball, baseball and youth lacrosse programs.
Meg has 2 daughters Eleanor (7) and Joanna (2) and is married to Snack Shack coordinator, Adam Murphy. Meg is a Mighty Mite cheer coach as well as a softball coach, dance and skate mom. She also is VP of Spring softball. When not coaching or traveling to competitions, she works in marketing operations for a local health insurance company.
Jeanette has 2 daughters Sofia (9) and Audrey (7) who both love to cheer. She grew up cheering herself and currently coaches our Mite cheerleaders. When not coaching cheer, she works in sales for a global fintech company headquartered in Hudson Yards in New York City. Jeanette, her husband Barry, and 2 girls enjoy skiing and all-star cheer in the offseason. They also participate in the Pembroke youth soccer and Pembroke youth softball programs!
Melissa has three children participating in the PTFC program. 1 Mite football player and 2 (Pee-Wee and Midget) cheerleaders who all love being a part of the Titans family! Melissa has coached for the last 5 years going back and forth between her two girls and loves it! Melissa’s husband Josh is also a football coach for our Mite football team! The Petersons love traveling to new places, when they are not at the fields and can’t wait to get this year started!
Katie has five kids that have been or are currently part of PTFC. Her oldest son, Michael (21) was part of the first Mighty Mite team in Pembroke and he played through Midgets. Nathan (17) played Mighty Mite football through Midgets, completing his youth career winning the OCYFL All Star Championship. This year Travis (13) will be a Varsity Midget and Zachary (9) will be a Varsity Mite! Cassidy (6) enjoyed her first year with PTFC as a Mighty Mite football player & Instructional Cheerleader; this year Cassidy is excited to compete as a Mighty Mite Cheerleader. The McPhails are active in Pembroke Baseball & Softball, Pembroke Basketball, Dance and Swim. Katie has coached softball and cheerleading, two of the activities she participated in from youth to adulthood. She has been a Nurse for 19 years and is currently taking online courses to future her education in the medical field. She is also the President of Hobomock Elementary’s PTO. Katie & her kids all love football, as does her husband, Josh, who has coached through the years. They look forward to many more years with PTFC!
Mike with his wife Mary-Kate have 3 sons Mikey (10) Sullivan (7) & John (4) who are all involved in multiple Pembroke Youth sports programs including Football, Hockey ,Lacrosse, Wrestling , and Baseball. If not at the fields , mats or rink, Mike works for Union civil & utility excavation contractor based out of Medford.
Pat is a father of 4 and parent to 3 kids in the PTFC program. Pat has been a football coach for 3 years and served on our board for 2 years. Growing up, Pat played football, wrestled, skateboarded and played drums in bands. Pat is plumber by trade and member of local 12 Boston plumbers and gas fitter’s union. Pat’s spare time is spent with his family and playing music.
Kim has a daughter Samantha (9) who has been a Titans Cheerleader since Mighty Mites! She also has a son Mark Jr (4) that absolutely can’t wait to join Titans Football!
When she is not driving to cheer practices, games, competitions, or spending time with her Husband Mark and children, she is the Chief Operating Officer for Alert Ambulance.