Meet Our All Star Line Up! 

Meet the 2024 Dancing for the Stars contestants! They are limbering up and perfecting their dance routines to raise money for local and global charities which support disadvantaged elderly, cancer patients, the homeless, local education and more. Help them win the coveted Champion Fundraiser trophy by voting for them!  To find out more about the organization benefiting, check out Our Causes page.
Jack Bradshaw has served as the President & CEO of the Northeast Tarrant Chamber for more than ten years and he loves helping others achieve more success and prosperity! He grew up in a small town with five siblings and very humble beginnings. He worked his way through college and came to Texas in 1983 with about $400 in his pocket and big hopes and dreams. He has been married for 26 years to his wife Janet and has three children – Jackson, 24, and recently graduated from OU; Olivia, 23, and attends UT; Luke, 21, and attends Tarrant County College; and their beloved dogs – Burl and Jericho.
Jack came of age during the height of the disco era and danced on many a lighted dance floor! He has heart for non-profit organizations and established his Chamber’s non-profit luncheon to shine an annual spotlight on their important missions. He has founded multiple networking and personal development groups and encourages everyone to develop their public speaking skills – and now dancing skills!

Trasa Cobern grew up as an Army brat living in Germany, and moved to Texas for college. She married Kyle, her Aggie sweetheart, 27 years ago, and they chose Hurst as their home, where they have raised their four sons. 

Trasa, a huge believer in volunteerism, has served in many local organizations, including the Hurst Parks and Recreation Board, Mid Cities Women’s Clinic Board and was elected to Hurst City Council. She taught history in HEB ISD for almost a decade. The Cobern family attends Good Shepherd Catholic Community in Colleyville, and Trasa is an alumni of Leadership Colleyville. She absolutely loves the Northeast Tarrant County area and is so glad she chose to plant her roots here.

Trasa currently serves as the new Chief Development Officer at 6 Stones Mission Network, a community-based nonprofit which serves people in the cities of Bedford, Euless, Hurst and Grapevine. 6 Stones fights poverty on multiple levels, and cares for our most vulnerable neighbors. Trasa has been involved in many roles there: as a donor and volunteer; Board Governance Chair; and now on the Executive Team. She is passionate about the life transformations she sees daily in her work.

Trasa’s creative outlet is writing. She has been published in the Dallas Morning News, Fox News Online, and won a Muse Creative Award in 2022 for social media writing for the Texas Veterans Land Board.

Isaac is the proud father of five amazing daughters.  He enjoys outdoor activities like hiking, spartan races, biking, and softball.  He is an active member of Argyle community church where he volunteers as an usher, guest services team, and leads a men's group.  
Isaac works for Insperity as a Business Performance Advisor where he enjoys helping small and medium size businesses succeed by helping them with their people strategies. 
Alan grew up in Grapevine and has lived there for 17 years, graduating from Grapevine High School in 2015, the same year he received his Eagle Scout with local Troop 7. In 2019 he graduated from Oklahoma State University with a degree in Finance.
Alan has worked in Southlake for more than 5 years and is now a Private Banker with Texas Regional Bank, helping clients achieve their financial dreams. With a passion for servant leadership, he serves as a volunteer at Metroport Meals on Wheels, a member of Center for Transforming Lives' Wings of Hope Society, and is an active Rotarian. In his downtime, he as an avid Formula 1 fan, enjoys rock climbing, and is an all-around adrenaline junkie.
All you really need to know about Matt Foust is that he’s got two happy, healthy, and well-fed young boys; and that his wife is (still) entirely out of his league.  He was born and raised in the Texas panhandle (on ye Harvesters!) by a single mom, who was also his 8th grade English teacher. 
Matt went to TCU where he met the love of his life and Colleyville Heritage graduate, the former Katie Williams. Matt and Katie were married one month before he started at Baylor Law School.  Katie put him through law school by teaching in the Waco area. Matt and Katie returned to North Texas where Katie continued teaching and Matt began a legal career.
The first decade-or-so of Matt’s career was spent as a trial lawyer, defending against personal injury lawsuits in Dallas, Tarrant, and the surrounding counties. Matt recently transitioned to the role of Regional Counsel for BNSF Railway, handling litigated claims across the northern portion of the system.  Matt is passionate about public education and the vital role that it serves. Matt and his family are members of White’s Chapel Methodist Church.  He and his wife both volunteer extensively for their sons’ school, GCISD, and the community.

Elizabeth Grace is the Executive Director of SOS (Serving Our Seniors).  Prior to this, Elizabeth worked in banking and trust for 6 years.  When her children were young, she was a proud stay-at-home mother while also volunteering and working part-time as a Marketing Director for an insurance office.  Elizabeth is currently involved in her church, as well as serving on several committees in local Chambers and civic groups.

During her time with SOS, Elizabeth has added to and improved the array of service offerings in order to greatly enhance the relationships with senior neighbors in the communities served by SOS. While directing programs, she has increased awareness of Serving Our Seniors in the community and has been integral in building relationships with local city leaders.

In addition to the seniors she serves, Elizabeth is passionate about her family, which includes her husband Michael of 31 years, two amazing sons Alexander and Christian and two beautiful granddaughters who are her absolute JOY.  Elizabeth enjoys outdoor sports and serving others as evidenced by her service-based professions and commitment to volunteerism.


Carolina Poche is the General Manager for the StretchLAB in Colleyville. She has a background in personal training, but was previously a preschool teacher which allowed her the flexibility to work and be a stay-at-home mom for her two boys when they were younger. She previously enjoyed serving as homeroom mom and serve on the PTA and volunteer when her children were in public school and now homeschools her boys. Prior to being part of the wellness boutique and being a preschool teacher she worked in the mortgage industry as a Mortgage Loan closer, Funder and Post Closing Specialist for about 10 years.

Carolina and her husband John have been married for 14 years and are blessed with 3 beautiful children, Jennifer, CJ and Matthew. Jennifer graduated from CHHS and was part of the CHHS band and went on to play the French Horn for the LSU Tiger Band. She is now in Hawaii running her own business and living the island life. CJ and Matthew both enjoy playing baseball. CJ plays for the MidCities Dallas Tigers and is a pitcher, plays outfield and occasionally infield as well. Matthew plays for the MidCities Bandits and is a catcher as well as infielder and outfielder. CJ enjoys anything math and history related. Matthew enjoys art, Latin and history. 

She enjoys outdoor adventures with her family, spending time on the ballfields cheering on her boys, learning new things and the challenges they can bring. She enjoys trying different cuisines and learning different languages and cultures. She loves to meet people and know more about their story. She feels everyone has a unique story in their book of life.

Her biggest passion is helping people feel better. She is thankful for the platform StretchLAB offers her to be able to fulfill her passion.

Scott Sharp and his wife Amanda just opened their first Volofit in Colleyville with plans to expand their unique fitness offering to 20 locations across the DFW Metroplex. Scott grew up in Amarillo and Dallas and has a background in finance, banking, and software development. A trip to Costa Rica in 2022 changed everything when he returned with a life-threatening case of typhus resulting in kidney and liver failure. The journey to health helped them find Volofit, which helped him make a full recovery. This inspired Scott and Amanda as a couple to bring Volofit to the DFW community.
Scott and Amanda have lived in the Colleyville area for most of their 20-year marriage.  They have two sons, Austin, and Parker, who attend Covenant Christian Academy (CCA).  They have been longtime supporters of local causes including CCA and the MS Walk Fort Worth, where Scott has been the #1 fundraiser since 2016.  After Typhus, Scott and Amanda were inspired to expand their support to the local community through the Rotary Club, and the Colleyville Chamber.
Megan Vollmer is the Office Supervisor and Mentor, as well as a Realtor® with Smart Realty where she represents clients who are selling or buying their dream homes in Northeast Tarrant County.

As an Army brat, Megan understands the stress that comes with the buying and selling of homes. She works tirelessly to ensure that each listing gets the most return on investment possible and each buyer is paired with a home that they will love for many years to come.

She is proud to specialize in the GCISD school district where she grew up and is also raising her children. She was a teacher for almost 10 years and thinks of being a Realtor® as an extension of that career. Megan serves on the Board of Directors for Serving our Seniors and the Colleyville Woman’s Club, winning Member of the Year for 2023 through the Colleyville Chamber.  She is also an alumni of Leadership Grapevine and Leadership Colleyville and volunteer with Colleyville Woman’s Club, 6 Stones, and other local non-profits. 

Megan and Brian have been married for 16 years and have two beautiful children. Jacob is 12 years old and loves soccer and Riley Grace is 10 years old and loves cheer. Megan is proud to live, work, serve, and play in Colleyville, TX. 

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Lynda and her husband, Robert, have lived in Southlake for 25 years where they raised their two beautiful daughters, Ana and Erica.

Now that they are #emptynesters, Lynda and Robert spend their time doing #emptynesting things.  You might see Lynda’s posts of failed selfies with Robert (grumpy man) and Zaky the dog going for breakfast to Lake Grapevine, attending Dallas Stars games, visiting their girls in NYC and Boston or doing what they do best: supporting their community.   Lynda loves being a part of Southlake Rotary and working with other Rotary Clubs to give back to the community and supporting the worthy non-profits that are at the very heart of the Rotary mission.

This year, Lynda will be dancing to represent her biggest passion, GRACE.  She and Robert were the 2018 GRACE Gala Chairs.  They have also chaired the Annual Poker Tournament which supports the Medical Clinic, and the Designer Handbags and Bingo event which supports Transitional Housing.